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Silver arctic dawn dragon

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The first lights of the sky on the snow..

Size: 6cm from the horns to the tail.
Made of polymer clay. Covered by a glossy lacquer.

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Image size
560x799px 229.64 KB
Make
LG Electronics
Model
LG-D802
Shutter Speed
1/100 second
Aperture
F/2.4
Focal Length
4 mm
ISO Speed
50
Date Taken
Dec 4, 2014, 10:24:44 PM
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KalitheaAlternative's avatar
This is so f*****g perfect!!
Volkadin's avatar
These are so gorgeous!!
theyoungestbrony's avatar
oooooooooooooooooooooooooooooh pretty pretty
Beautiful. Would love to purchase some of your jewelry.
ClaycraftDecor's avatar
Beautiful! Could you tell me what you use as a lacquer? Everything I've tried just makes it sticky...forever.
EleventhChosenOne's avatar
I had exactly the same problem! Sculpey glaze doesn't stay tacky and is nice and shiny, but it does crack or leave bubble marks on occasion. Not too bad of a problem. Deco-Art (I think) is nice and smooth if you paint it on with a damp brush. I use the matte version of that, but I can't remember if there's a glossy version as well. Have you tried those two? I've also heard that tackiness is more of a problem if you live in a humid area, so there's that....Anyway, I hope this helps. I know questions get buried in the comments a lot. XD Been there, done that. 
ClaycraftDecor's avatar
Oh...the humidity thing might explain my problem. It's rather humid here almost all year round (except for winter). Thanks for the suggestions! I haven't tried those, and I don't think they sell them in my town (I've pretty much bought all the different kinds of lacquer that are sold here. One did technically work, but it is required to be done outdoors since it is a spray and you CANNOT touch it until it dries or else it will burn your skin...and it is always windy here). I do live next to a larger town that has way more stores, so I'll check there! Thanks again!
EleventhChosenOne's avatar
I've also heard that DragonsAndBeasties uses some kind of floor lacquer, and it seems to work fine for her. (shrug) Fumes, though. I know Sculpey has a website you could probably order the glaze from, but it may not travel well, since it tends to stick to the sides if you bump it around too much. Try this stuff: www.amazon.com/DecoArt-16-Ounc…
It can be matte or a little shiny depending on how much water you add to it, and looks quite nice either way.
Ugh, yeah, I totally get not wanting to deal with spray stuff. Way too much trouble. I didn't even go there.
ClaycraftDecor's avatar
Floor lacquer? I came REALLY close to actually using that, but my dad told me not to (I can't remember why, though. I'm gonna say fumes?). I've forgotten about it since then. Thanks for the website. I'll bookmark that in case the city close by doesn't have Sculpey or DecoArt.
EleventhChosenOne's avatar
Yeah it does have some really toxic fumes. But I bet it's durable, lol. Good luck; hope you find something that works!
MUFINZ-YAYZ's avatar
i. want. to. buy. out. your. esty. shop.........
flety007's avatar
You're work is so beautiful
NatashaRead's avatar
It's so pretty!!! Love it! 
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RebeccaM-Art's avatar
This ones absolutely beautiful :)
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77th-Role-Player's avatar
Very nice! The oversized black eye devoid of color is a little weird though...:o (Eek) 
IsaiahParker's avatar
Such a lovely piece!
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