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Mint Lollipop by MaryBunnie Mint Lollipop by MaryBunnie
Mint Lollipop is a sassy dragon,
if you place her on your shelf, she might claim your belongings as your own, Beware!
Lollipop dragons aren't the nicest, but they still need a home!

Want your own?
A custom listing can be found here on my etsy!
[link] They are about 3 inches long and 2 inches high.


commissions are open! message me here, my etsy [link] or email me at maplebunnie@yahoo.com

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PenguinsPlunder Featured By Owner Dec 19, 2011
hahahah that's awesome
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Culu-Bluebeaver Featured By Owner Feb 25, 2011
He he :) She would be perfect to protect all my little treasures at home, while I'm working. I'm still afraid that goblins :yoda: could really exist and that they could steal my things while I'm gone :lmao: The tounge is a funny and cute details by the way Mary. Good work :clap:
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MaryBunnie Featured By Owner Feb 25, 2011  Professional Traditional Artist
hehehe! thank you that is such a lovely compliment :D those goblins are mischievous! :hug: If you would like I will happily make you a protecting dragon!
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Culu-Bluebeaver Featured By Owner Feb 26, 2011
Wow that would be very great Mary :) But didn't you tell me that you are working on a "Crunchy & Culu" sculpture too? I don't wanna overload you with wishes ^^;
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MaryBunnie Featured By Owner Feb 27, 2011  Professional Traditional Artist
oh yes i am! But unfortunately right now my art store does not have white sculpey which is what i use for painted sculptures :( It will be almost a week before they have more, until that time i cannot finish any sculptures that are painted, but i have colored sculpey that i use to make my dragons so i could very well make you one while i wait for more white sculpey :)
it is no trouble, youare a very dear friend to me, and it would make me happy to make something for you :D :hug:
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Culu-Bluebeaver Featured By Owner Feb 28, 2011
Oh and: I started to draw your wish-picture inside ILLUSTRATOR today :)
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MaryBunnie Featured By Owner Feb 28, 2011  Professional Traditional Artist
Yay!!! :glomp:
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Culu-Bluebeaver Featured By Owner Feb 28, 2011
Hmmm... well then I would love to get a protecting dragon from you Mary. :hug: Thanks in advance :) and also thank you for your friendship and words:glomp:

I'm sorry to read that you have to wait so long to get your material from your art-store. I wish you the best that you get soon all you want and need for your art-work. :handshake:

It must be hard to wait and that just now where you have so much inspiration :( But otherwise we live in very comfy times :) Think to the great, old masters like Leonardo or Michelangelo. They had to make their material by own hands. They had to look for pigments to mix them with oil to get a colour. We can go inside our art-store to buy a box with already finished colours.

By the way: Did you know that Michelangelo (which created the giant painting inside the sixtine chappel) felt more like a sculpturer then a painter?
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MaryBunnie Featured By Owner Feb 28, 2011  Professional Traditional Artist
I will make a very special one for you! :hug:
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Thank you! I might actually try to order clay online, maybe it will be better quality and it will be delivered to my house!
I am taking an art history class right now and we are studying the great artists like Leonardo and Michelangelo!
I cannot imagine making my own colors, can you? It must have been so much hard work before they could even start on their art!
I did notice that Michelangelo's paintings look very much like sculpture! I wrote a paper on him for my online class :) I think he enjoyed sculpture so much that it made his paintings even better and lifelike because of his sculpting practice! I wonder if sculpting has helped my drawings and paintings get better too? :O
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Culu-Bluebeaver Featured By Owner Mar 2, 2011
Awww thanks so much Mary :hug:

Ah yes ^^ We had art history too inside our art- and crafts school and I enjoyed it. I still do by reading inside art history books.

To answer your question: No ^^; I can not imagine to make own colours, I would even start to despair just about all the time it would take ^^; I read that this colour production inside the painter "studios" was similar to cooking, and good cooking needs much time (and good ingredients) too. But maybe I could learn to make own colours because (after many tries) I can at least a bit cooking :) But the point is: I would need one of the great, old masters here a now so he/she could teach me the secrets of colour making from the basics till the finished product. But that is impossible today I fear.

I can imagine that a good knowledge of the human boday (in 3D) could also be helpfully to draw- and paint the human body better. So it could be just right what you mean about Michelangelo. His knowledge and experience as a sculpturer could really have been a benefit for his paintings :nod: If this applies to your current drawings- and paintings too, I can't yet say because I didn't see some newest drawings or pics from you Mary ^^; But I bet, that you changed and learnt too. But I can tell you, that I still, really love some of your old fan-art-central drawings. I just looked on one yesterday and realized that you drew it in 06 O.o And thought: OMG time is running so fast.
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