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Blue-Green Dragon by CMWyvern Blue-Green Dragon by CMWyvern
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This guy is now sold!!! I'm so excited, this is the first posable I have sold!! (No, the etsy store isn't up yet, I sold this dragon to somebody I met irl)
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Here is another dragon very similar in design to Fire Dragon fav.me/d678ft7. I liked my Fire Dragon's face so much I decided to make another one... he's a slight bit different, mainly because I did not actaully have Fire Dragon with me at the time I was sculpting this one.

This time, however, I have found a paint for the fur that actually sticks!!!!!!!! This paint is a joy to use and does not gum up or stiffen the fur at all, even if I forget to brush it out while it's drying. I did not have any real plan for his coloration and markings, I just started painting and this is what I got! (And no, I do not use an airbrush)

Blue-Green Dragon is about 25" long, including his tail. He is fully posable, with polymer clay head, feet, and spikes, and a body of wire, quilt batting, and faux fur. He has spikes along his back, but none on his tail as does Fire Dragon. (They where a pain to put on, a pain to paint around, used a lot of clay, and I wasn't sure I even liked them, that is why.)
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Leothomas1 Featured By Owner Aug 29, 2014
The colors and exotic appearance of the creature instantly reminded me of fauna that would live on Pandora in the movie 'Avatar". 
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CMWyvern Featured By Owner Aug 30, 2014  Student Artisan Crafter
Well, that is one of my favorite movies!
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Leothomas1 Featured By Owner Aug 31, 2014
I was just thinking about the 'Avatar' idea. The creatures in that movie had bio luminescence. If you were able to add LED lights as a component to your dolls it would give them a dramatic effect at night. I could see where children would get a kick out of that you might even have a blazing new toy line that could be marketed.
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CMWyvern Featured By Owner Sep 7, 2014  Student Artisan Crafter
That would indeed be very cool! There is something innately fascinating about things that glow.
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griffinthewolf Featured By Owner Aug 4, 2014
Do you sculpt it out clay and then cut the clay into a pattern then sew the piece together and then stuff and paint it.
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CMWyvern Featured By Owner Aug 5, 2014  Student Artisan Crafter
No, I haven't done pattern-making that way, but I've heard of it.
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griffinthewolf Featured By Owner Aug 5, 2014
I had my try at a head
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CMWyvern Featured By Owner Aug 6, 2014  Student Artisan Crafter
Did it work well?
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griffinthewolf Featured By Owner Aug 6, 2014
Yes i think very good I can try to get a link in
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flynn-braveheart Featured By Owner Aug 2, 2014
Wow, I am really impressed by your work! Just amazing! Wonder how you managed to dye the fur of the dragon, so may I ask what kind of paint you used for it? I have been looking for the right method to dye faux fur, but with no reliable results...
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