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The Male Dragon airbrushed in lavender. Everybody is getting painted lavender lately.
This guy is in our online shop, here: [link]
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This is the prototype Old Warrior dragon painted in the test color, Serpentine. This test paint has little spots of metallic light blue. This was the first of the Serpentine pieces I painted, he has been sitting around awhile. The color was inspired by a photo of an unusually colorful iguana.
The prototype Warrior was the first version of this sculpture we produced. He has more battle scars than the version we produce now.
This is a reproduction of my original sculpture produced by Windstone Editions. I airbrushed this gypsum casting with acrylic paint. He has glass eyes and gold plated pewter horns.He is almost 12 inches long.
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This dragon is one of a limited edition of 7 that I painted in this color.
She is big, about 32 pounds and 18 inches tall.

This is a gypsum reproduction of my original sculpture, produced by Windstone Editions.
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I have been painting things like koi lately. This is a koi "Sun Dragon" that was sold on ebay.
He is a gypsum casting of my original sculpture , produced by Windstone Editions.
He holds a real mineral sphere in his mouth and has glass eyes and gold plated pewter horns
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A Male dragon painted in "Black Glitter" He isn't really painted with glitter. He has a dusting of a special paint that I call "Magic invisible paint". It is beautiful,but only shows up well in direct sunlight, as flecks of rainbow glitter. In normal light this dragon appears to have a frost of silver on him.
This dragon is about 8 inches tall. He is a gypsum reproduction of my original sculpture produced by Windstone Editions
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An "Oriental Sun dragon" painted like an Asagi Koi. Asagi koi are a breed of koi that have white edged , blueish-grey scales on their backs and flame red or orange on the sides.
He holds a dichroic crystal globe in his mouth, and has gold plated pewter horns and glass eyes. He is about 10 inches long.
This is a gypsum reproduction of my original sculpture produced by Windstone editions. Photo by Pam Thompson.
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This is the Moon dragon painted like a silvery koi.
She is chomping on an "opalite" glass globe that represents the moon. The globe is a translucent, ghostly white color, not blue, like this photo makes it look. Her eyes are glass and she has pewter horns.
This is a gypsum reproduction of my original sculpture produced by Windstone editions.She is about 9 inches long.
There are more pics of this dragon in our online store:
[link]
Photo by Pam Thompson
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The Secret Keeper is a BIG dragon , she weighs 32 pounds,and is about 18 inches tall. This is the paint pattern we call "Black Gold" , basic black with gold, copper, russet and violet trim.

This is a gypsum reproduction original sculpture produced by Windstone Editions
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I airbrushed this female griffin like a silver-lace Sebright chicken. Silver Sebrights are a breed of bantam chicken that have pure white feathers, each individually decorated with an iridescent black edge.
They look like they have been painted... just like this griffin.
This griffin is in our online shop right now:
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We usually do a Windstone raffle every month.
This dragon is the raffle prize for September!
This is a "Spectral dragon" -a cast reproduction of my original sculpture, painted in a rainbow of pastel metallic colors. His eyes look dark in this photo but they are really crystal globes with dichroic mirrored backs that will reflect brightly in the right light.
Here is a link to the blog I just wrote about this months raffle , if you would like more info (To read the whole blog entry, click on the title of the blog ): [link]
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