Dragon Models

Jason made some amazing dragon models out of InstaMorph.

“As much as I enjoy using Instamorph for practical household applications, I love making toys & figurines out of it even more! This dragon is made entirely from Instamorph; the black portion was colored with iron oxide, and the other metallic colors were done with cosmetic mica powders (my personal favorite coloring agents…a lot less messy than dyes).

Thanks Jason! Great tip about the mica powders as well, we’ll have to check those out.

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