Well, I thought about breaking this sequence up with another jewelry project, but hey, this little fellow just looked at me and begged to be posted, so here's another one of my lizard drawings.
This one is a Bearded Dragon (pogona vitticeps) which is an Australian desert creature, though there's been an export ban on them for quite some time, and any animal on the market these days is captive-bred. They are named Bearded Dragons, because of their long thorny scales under their chins which can become pitch black in an angry or excited male.
Normally they are very friendly lizards, though, that will get quite tame and form a strong bond with their owners. If I ever graduate from my two geckos, I'd definitely settle for one of these... maybe a lovely red or gold phase - and I'd have my very own personal dragon.
This drawing was based on a magnificent shot by His gallery is very much worth checking out!
Wow.. Just... Fucking WOW!
If you can't live up to your dreams, let's dream about them.
"Boże, pomóż mi być takim człowiekiem, za jakiego bierze mnie mój pies" J.L. Wiśniewski
Kocham ciemność. Tylko tu, z osoby którą widzą inni mogę się stać osobą, którą jestem.
"Wyobraźnia jest ważniejsza od wiedzy" A.Einstein
This is a very good drawing.
And put your dragons in it, so it's warm and deep on one end, just deep enough for the dragons to float,and shallow on the other.
They get really light in coloration, I have a lemon head, so she gets bright yellow.
I've actually trained my dragon to poopie in the tub only, it's much easier to clean up, and makes the cages remain clear longer!
Dragons are truly special creatures, I tend to spoil mine (Lola) Baths are the best way to get them moving and help them poop!
Yeah, I also need to get Lola outside a little more, though she seems to dislike the insecurity of the outdoors, she's got such a dark beard on her!