BLAZOR - 1999

In 1999, I struggled with a series of smaller Dragons that did not quite measure up to the success I had experienced in the previous year with the larger Dragons I had created then. There was a lot of trial and error involved in experimenting with ways to make the Dragons more lifelike and dynamic. I also wanted to do a series of Dragons that were guarding magical orbs, and working these large crystal spheres into the pieces without overpowering the Dragons that were the subjects of these pieces proved difficult for me at the time - I had yet to experience any formal training, and anatomy books were still foreign concepts to me at that point in time.

Still, there were some successes. Blazor, the offspring of the giant Red Dragon Flame, was the subject of this sculpture. This piece represents a step forward in the design and execution of wings, which can be the most difficult aspect of Dragon sculpting.

This piece is not available for purchase.


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