I promised I'd put up some more pictures of this guy, so here they are! I decided to stick a bunch together in a collage instead of spamming my gallery with multiple deviations (I know, I'm not so good at making collages. Shush.). So here's some new angles of him, showing how he sits on my hand.
Info: This is a little green needle felted dragon that I made for my mom. Needle felting, for those unfamiliar with it, is a technique that uses special barbed needles to essentially create a 'wool sculpture'. It's the same way they make the felt you buy in stores, except that by only using one needle at a time and adding wool as you go, you can control the shape of the felt. I'm still a beginner, but I'm working at it!
He is made out of natural wools from the Iron Horse Farm, a local fiber farm, and the Flying Ewe, a fiber arts website. He has a wire understructure through most of his body that makes his wings, legs, and tail moderately poseable--the tail is extra long so that it can curl around the finger its sitting on. He's got glass eyes held in by glue and wires, and his horns are made out of wire covered in apoxie sculpt, topped with acrylic paint and matte varnish. The wing membranes are actually white store-bought felt, which I then added a thin layer of pale green wool to.
Materials: Colored wools, glass eyes, wire, felt, apoxie sculpt, acrylic, varnish, and needle felting supplies.