This dragon tail has a custom pattern based on a diamondback rattlesnake. I was really happy with the design. I think I may push it as a standard option for the future.
The blue scales are a “bright anodized” aluminum. I had never made much using them before, and they are pretty fun. They’re super shiny. But they’re also an order of magnitude more expensive as the normal aluminum scales I use, so I don’t think I’ll stock them unless other people ask for them.
Summing up: 33 inches from tip to top of belt line, 3 pounds 5 ounces. Royal Blue bright anodized aluminum in a diamondback pattern over a standard black anodized aluminum background, with a standard aluminum underbelly. Full line of spikes down the spine.
I have a convention I’ll be vending at next weekend, but after that I’m planning on opening up for accepting new commissions again. Keep your eyes peeled, your ears perked, and your nose primed for that announcement. In the meantime, you can check out my tail ordering guide, though be forewarned that I may be adjusting the prices a bit before I take more orders.
A few posts back, I posted up some Bright Aluminum Helmchain that I was thinking of making into a Circlet. This is the completed circlet. Despite it being on a necklace form. It would have looked ridiculous on my head, trust me. It is about 22in in circumference with no closure, it is a continuous run of Helmchain.
Decided to try a twist on an old favorite. Elfweave has a sheet variant called, coincidentally enough, Elfsheet. It’s made from 20ga 1/8" Bright Aluminum. The single ring is there for scale: it’s 16ga 3/8" Bright Aluminum.