The Great Book of Dragon Patterns

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Fox Chapel, 2001 - House & Home - 138 pages
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A guide to creating your own fantastic renderings of man's favourite foe - the dragon! Use the author's patterns or apply her techniques to create your own. The 72 dragon patterns included in this guide cover all of the major types and traditions and can be used in a wide variety of media, including woodworking, quilting, painting, illustration, and computer graphics. The basics of dragon anatomy are covered, as are the details of dragon design, such as fire, scales, and fins.

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No mythical animal has inspired as much legend around the world as the dragon. This book includes dragon lore from many countries as well as a structural analysis of dragon anatomy as it has ... Read full review

About the author (2001)

Lora S. Irish is the author of "Great Book of Dragon Patterns," "Landscapes in Relief," and "North American Wildlife Patterns for the Scroll Saw," She lives in Mt. Airy, Maryland. Chris Pye writes for "Woodcarving Magazine" and is the author of "Elements of Woodcarving" and "Relief Carving in Wood," Shawn Cipa is a professional woodcarver whose work has been featured in "Wood Carving Illustrated," He is the author of "Carving Folk Art Figures," He lives in Burgettstown, Pennsylvania.

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