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Ten Leather Phoenix Feather Pendants

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A bunch of leather phoenix feather pendants I made for a client. Lots of reds, oranges and golds!

These are all taken, but if you'd like a custom feather of your own, you can order them here - www.etsy.com/listing/100092446…
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svqn's avatar
Setting aside how incredible these are for being crafted from leather, yet so clearly representing something far gentler and more frail, I love the colours you've used on these, specifically the variation between feathers, while all of them still evoke "phoenix" very clearly.
LovelyLadyGray's avatar
Really beautiful job on these Phoenix feathers crafted out-of-leather.  I do put on base coats of neutral colors for my own acrylic paintings. Truly amazing artwork as always.  Love your artwork a ton. =)
LeoDragonsWorks's avatar
Leather feathers are a great idea, and I also love the colors of those ones!
Iggy-design's avatar
So freaking awesome! :)
snow-phantom's avatar
:heart: I realy Love these :)
Hannahlovespainting's avatar
these colors are so pretty together. Love it
Icewingmoontigress's avatar
I like the variety of feather shapes, color, and patterns. Delightful!
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Kansasjeeper's avatar
Wow, outstanding!
rhunel's avatar
Annqueru's avatar
What a beautiful array they make :heart:
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CSart97's avatar
omg soo beautiful
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squanpie's avatar
I love the variation in shape and colour here, is it paint or a kind of dye/stain?

I like how you've done the bindings and beads in matching colours too, a really nice touch!
windfalcon's avatar
Mostly paint. I do dye the feathers but I paint them as well. The dye is meant mainly as an undercoat (it's easier to paint a feather yellow if it's been dyed yellow first, for example).
squanpie's avatar
Hmm, thanks for answering!

I'm half heartedly looking at getting into leatherwork (once I've cleared all the other things on the to-do list - so probably never!) and it's interesting to hear little tricks like that.
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