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Dragoness Tail Modeled 2 by Red-Dragon-Lord Dragoness Tail Modeled 2 by Red-Dragon-Lord
Dragoness Tail Modeled for real this time. The clips seem to work well holding the spine in place on the corset. The tail has a nice movement when she walks. Hopefully I can get some pics with the whole costume. This was just a trial run. I am currently working on her wings. They are looking pretty good and go well with the rest of her ensemble. Hope you all enjoyed the evolution of her dragoness tail.
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Kiscien Featured By Owner May 9, 2011
Great! Simply Great!
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Red-Dragon-Lord Featured By Owner May 9, 2011
Thank you kind sir. :)
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jan3ll3 Featured By Owner Apr 29, 2011
(: fabulous <3
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Red-Dragon-Lord Featured By Owner Apr 30, 2011
Thank you. The lady dragon has a fine tail, at least I always thought so. lol.
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Angelic-Artisan Featured By Owner Apr 26, 2011  Professional Traditional Artist
PS Can't wait to see these wings!:D
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Red-Dragon-Lord Featured By Owner Apr 26, 2011
Just Dyed them tonight! Maybe I can have them done by this weekend and gets some pics. I appreciat your keen interest and insight in this project. :)
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Angelic-Artisan Featured By Owner Apr 27, 2011  Professional Traditional Artist
The pleasure is all mine, of course!:) Your project reminds me of the potential of leather every time I see it. It's been a great learning experience to see your pieces before they're shaped too. Thanks for taking the time to share with us and answer my questions!
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Red-Dragon-Lord Featured By Owner Apr 28, 2011
I think you give me too much credit but thank you. I think I have learned more from DA artist like you than I could ever give back.
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Angelic-Artisan Featured By Owner Apr 26, 2011  Professional Traditional Artist
Hee so cool having a tail addition! It looks AWESOME. Are these bits riveted together or just held together by the way they interlock so perfectly?
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Red-Dragon-Lord Featured By Owner Apr 26, 2011
Thank you. That is an excellent question. Her tail is a slight modification of my tail. I habe a rope running through mine and in addition to each vertebrae interlocking, they were also sewn to the nylon rope. I think that was over kill. I made the holes smaller where each piece interlocks. When, I wet molded each piece, I assemble them in place and let them dry so they fit perfectly. I took them back apart to dye them and then reassembled them. They are quit difficult to pull apart. I was going to rivet each one to each other but I fear that the tail movement won't be as fluid. Since it is pretty strong as is, I may leave it as is.
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