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Dragon Pendant with Jasper by LeeAnneKortus Dragon Pendant with Jasper by LeeAnneKortus
You asked for it! Another dragon pendant :-)

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Made with polymer clay, and a small green jasper stone. He is reversible, you can wear him front or back...details on both sides. He has a small green swarovski crystal embedded on his tail curl in the front.
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DameOdessaStock Featured By Owner Sep 29, 2011
:wow:
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LeeAnneKortus Featured By Owner Sep 30, 2011  Professional Digital Artist
:love:
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BloodyVoodoo Featured By Owner Dec 6, 2010  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Awwwww! I love it! So cute! Fantastic that you made him reversible as well. My necklaces often get turned over by accident. :clap:
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LeeAnneKortus Featured By Owner Dec 8, 2010  Professional Digital Artist
Thanks, Hunny!! :bow: Yeah, mine do that too! :lol:
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AmberCrystalElf Featured By Owner Dec 3, 2010  Professional Digital Artist
He's gorgeous!
Dont you just love working in polymer clay!
:hug:
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LeeAnneKortus Featured By Owner Dec 3, 2010  Professional Digital Artist
Thank you, Hunny!! :tighthug: Girl, I am sooooo addicted! :lol: it's like being a kid and playing with Play Dough!! :dummy: Except better!!
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AmberCrystalElf Featured By Owner Dec 3, 2010  Professional Digital Artist
Hehe :D I know exactly what you mean. There are a lot of tutorials online that I check out.
Also have found that when doing detailed items. It is easier to do them in stages so I don't end up distorting the finer bits of squashing areas.
I do part of a piece, then bake it and then add detail onto baked piece, using liquid polyclay as a glue to bond the new detail to the baked piece. One can create very elaborate pieces this way!
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LeeAnneKortus Featured By Owner Dec 3, 2010  Professional Digital Artist
OOOOoooOOOOoo!...I had never thought about doing it that way!! I want to investigate that liquid polyclay!
I am also so very intrigued by the metal clays...but that will have to come later...after I either get a job or make enough money doing contract work to support such a habit! :slow:
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AmberCrystalElf Featured By Owner Dec 4, 2010  Professional Digital Artist
I have found that polymer clay is very forgiving and versatile. You can bake it as many times you want, carve it once it's baked, mix acrylic paint in it - just about anything your imagination can think of. Just have fun with it!
I am dying to try the metal clays. Make a pendant at a class in the city a few months ago, but can't afford to get the clay and tools yet for my own studio. Hopefully in the new year!
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SilentPlea Featured By Owner Dec 1, 2010   Digital Artist
Exquisite!!!
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