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Large Burgundy Dragon Mask by merimask Large Burgundy Dragon Mask by merimask
Here is another really elaborate mask, commissioned from my Etsy shop [link] ... a Burgundy Dragon.

It's basically the same design as my Frost Dragon, but in a new color scheme I've never done before; burgundy with silver accents and pewter horns.

I usually pair red masks with gold accents, but I have to say this was a nice surprise.

Made from several pieces of 8oz tooling leather, hand carved and shaped without a mold. Painted with Liquitex acrylics.
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:iconroogna:
my hubby's mask! it's absolutely amazing in person!
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:iconmerimask:
merimask Apr 8, 2010  Professional Artisan Crafter
I'm so glad you were happy with it. :-) I'd never done one in those colors before but I have to say, you came up with a stunning color combination. Burgundy + pewter was very pretty.
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:iconguenr:
Perfection!
I want it.. >_>
imma run off to your site and look (and possibly buy) this thing!!
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:iconmerimask:
merimask Sep 22, 2009  Professional Artisan Crafter
Already sold, but I can always make a similar one. :-)
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:iconguenr:
Ahh!
Yes, yes..
I'm plotting evil things already.
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:iconmurderrose:
Absolutely beautiful!! I recently came across your gallery and your pieces are wonderful! Great work!
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merimask Sep 22, 2009  Professional Artisan Crafter
Thank you. :-)
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:icononemoredisease:
Wow! That is beautiful! :clap:
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merimask Sep 22, 2009  Professional Artisan Crafter
Thank you. :-)
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Agorphia Sep 19, 2009  Hobbyist General Artist
Beautiful rich colors and intricacy!
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