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Blue and Gray OOAK Polymer Clay Scrap Dragon by MiniMythicalMonsters Blue and Gray OOAK Polymer Clay Scrap Dragon by MiniMythicalMonsters
This little beauty has a deep blue sparkly body that gently fades from a deep dark head to a frosty white tail. The wings are a light gray with some simple accents! Just look at the wonderful little green eyes and nails as she proudly sits atop her favorite gem!

This dragon stands proudly at 3.5 inches tall by 3 inches wide and 2.5 inches deep.

Handmade from premium polymer clay, with a large glass marble, coated with matte glaze for added protection!

Find this wonderful little gem in my Esty Shop, Mini Mythical Monsters:

www.etsy.com/listing/193487231…?
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bombblaster89 Featured By Owner Oct 28, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
While I don't have the black, cobalt, or green(or gray) I do recognize the colors as Premo. And considering how soft it can get, the gradients done here are pretty nice.
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libratinninja Featured By Owner Oct 1, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
woah! so cute < 3
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treeman1 Featured By Owner Sep 26, 2014  New member Hobbyist General Artist
wow i mean wow
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Kitrei-Sirto Featured By Owner Sep 8, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
this is amazing, i've recently thought of switching to a polymer clay. all my clays, made with crayola air dry are crumbling and stuff :(. is polymer easier to work with than air dry clay?
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Bilongui Featured By Owner Oct 28, 2014
Well I don't know exacty what that crayola clay is, but It depends a lot of which air dry clay you use, I think there is some special-air dry-clay which is superdupergood quality, made for sculpting, but for air dry I cannot help you very much.Anyways I'm not pretty sure of which the name is...(fimo air¿?)In all case, If that crayola thing is what I think, definitively you are using the worst materialXD I reccomend you to try baking clay,It's a bit annoying that you have to bake, but the result comes out really nice with a bit practice.Hope I helped you at least a bit;) (Wink) 
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Kitrei-Sirto Featured By Owner Oct 28, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
yeah, i've looked into polymer/sculpey clay, i just have yet to use it, but its getting to the stores( like Hobby Lobby) and having the money. my grandma suggested that that the reason they crumbling so much some quicker than others is temperature in my room. :)
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Bilongui Featured By Owner Oct 30, 2014
Well,I'm gonna try soon with play-dough, which is a clay that gets hard(maybe what you used?), but mine is extreme shit quality:D (Big Grin)
What I want to know is how easy/difficult it is to work with it:) (Smile) And anyways, try with others if you want, but continue having fun with it;and don't desperate,you will soon see It's just find the right matherial;) (Wink) About Hobby Lobby...sincerely I have no idea what it is, since I am spanishSweating a little... Well, good luck!Wink/Razz 
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Kitrei-Sirto Featured By Owner Oct 30, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
hobby lobby is a store with crafts things and home decor stuff. i love it but its not open on Sundays. 
this is Crayola Air dry clay:ecx.images-amazon.com/images/I…
I still use the crayola, havent really used play-dough, but ill have to look around for other types of clay to experiment with.
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Bilongui Featured By Owner Nov 2, 2014
Oh cool, good luck with that experimenting!XD
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Kitrei-Sirto Featured By Owner Nov 2, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
thanks :) 
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