The second photo is my favorite; this little fellow has a very mischievous face.
The dragon is made from polymer clay, painted with acrylic. The horns and the edges of his dorsal scales are done in a shimmery gold paint. The egg’s interior is resin, which is quite shiny and liquid-looking, though it is actually solid and dry. The egg is actually the shell of a gourd, colored with leather dye and flecks of shimmery paint. The base is wood, rocks, and moss. I half expected this little one to spring to life at any moment!
This hatchling was adopted on 3/26/2012!