Fantasy art, costumes,
crafts, and creative endeavors.

Welcome to Red Nebula Studios, home to the creative works and general musings of Sarrah and Robbie Wilkinson. Love fantasy artwork? Artisan crafts? Costuming geekery? You're in the right place! Find out more about us or explore the site.

Featured work:

Resin-cast Dragon Skulls by Sarrah Wilkinson - Dragon skull sculpture cast in both cold-cast bronze and tinted resin painted to look like bone.

Resin-cast Dragon Skulls

Dragon skull sculptures in cold-cast bronze, tinted resin painted to look like bone, and glow-in-the-dark.

Bards Against Nonhumanity - MaricopaCon ExclusiveView Comments

Posted by Sarrah Wilkinson | Jul 21st, 2014

Bards Against Nonhumanity - MaricopaCon Exclusive by Sarrah Wilkinson - Several fantasy creatures have gotten together to play a rowdy few rounds of their favorite game, Bards Against Nonhumanity.

I'm doing a very short-run exclusive for the upcoming show, MaricopaCon 2014!

Ataraxia - Lizard mask sculpture in progressView Comments

Posted by Sarrah Wilkinson | Jul 17th, 2014 | Linked to: Ataraxia (Male Argonian)

It's been a while since I posted an update on the argonian mask I'm working on for Robbie, so here are some photos of the sculpt-in-progress!

Work in progress sculpture of a male argonian mask from the Elder Scrolls series. Work in progress sculpture of a male argonian mask from the Elder Scrolls series.

I made several spikes as separate pieces, for the back of the jaw and under the chin. This way, I can sculpt around them without them becoming deformed.

Work in progress sculpture of a male argonian mask from the Elder Scrolls series. Work in progress sculpture of a male argonian mask from the Elder Scrolls series.

As I started adding scale details, I also realized it'd make this mask far easier to mold and cast if I removed the spikes and cast them as separate pieces.

Work in progress sculpture of a male argonian mask from the Elder Scrolls series. Work in progress sculpture of a male argonian mask from the Elder Scrolls series. Work in progress sculpture of a male argonian mask from the Elder Scrolls series.

More scales! I'm getting there. This guy has a ton of detail on him, and I'm loving it - even if my wrist isn't! I was pointed to the following tutorial by a friend, a great resource for techniques on how to sculpt reptilian skin.

Also, while the spikes appear to be reattached in the mask sculpt photos above, they're just set in temporarily so I can correctly size the holes they will fit into.

Work in progress horns for the male argonian mask.

One last thing, a couple of horn sculptures, nearly ready for molding. The larger one will be used for the argonian's horns, while the smaller one is for another, secret project I'm working on. Shh. :)

Turian masks - Discounted MiscastsView Comments

Posted by Sarrah Wilkinson | Jul 16th, 2014

A photo showing several individual parts of turian mask kits.

I've got several glitched and test casts hanging around from my turian molds which, for one reason or another, are not suitable to be part of a normal kit. So I'm offering them at discounted prices! Take a look at the Miscast and Discounted Pieces page for further details.

Additionally, I put together a price list for getting individual turian kit pieces. For example, if you get one of the discounted faceplates and would like to put together a turian mask as a display piece, you can pick up the mandibles, crest, lower jaw, and eyes, and save a little more by leaving out the teeth which wouldn't show on a display anyway!

Glow-in-the-dark Dragon SkullsView Comments

Posted by Sarrah Wilkinson | Jul 14th, 2014

A glow-in-the-dark casting of my dragon skull sculpture.

I got some glow-in-the-dark powder additive, so naturally I decided to make a glowing version of my dragon skulls! The glue-green glow powder embedded in the resin gives off a very impressive luminescence, especially for about the first 10 minutes, when it's bright enough to light the area around it. It can be charged up in sunlight or under a UV lamp, and the glow slowly fades but continues giving off light for several hours.

This new glow-y skull is available from our Etsy store!

Print now available: A New FriendView Comments

Posted by Sarrah Wilkinson | Jun 19th, 2014

A photo of the print for my artwork called A New Friend, featuring a tribal-looking girl with a tiny white dragon.

My latest artwork, "A New Friend", is now available as an 8.5" x 11" print in our Etsy store!

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