How to assemble your dragon

How to assemble your dragon

2018 Nov 29th

Custom Made Dragon

Thank you for Ordering a Custom Made Dragon!

This Dragon is made entirely of polymer clay and wires. So its resistant but also its an elaborated piece of art so its better to treat it carefully.

The dragon comes un assembled for better shipping, so please follow this instructions to set him correctly.

I included a small package with Epoxy clay ( 2 part mix putty )

The Epoxy clay comes in 2 parts that will be mixed evenly and then separate 3 small balls that will be placed on the bottom where the joints go, then you can place the wings and tail in place and lean it over a corner or around some objects that could hold them while the epoxy dries and sets up properly. This process of drying could be fast but the clay will be stronger the next day. You dont have to use all the epoxy so only mix small amounts if you need to. You can always use it later in case you need it.

Let me know if you have any more doubts I can resolve. Thank you again and enjoy your dragon!

Thank you for Ordering a Custom Made Shoulder Dragon!

This Dragon is made entirely of polymer clay and wires. So its resistant but also its an elaborated piece of art you will be carrying around with you, so always be careful not to bump it or get it entangled somewhere while distracted.

The dragon comes un assembled for better shipping, so please follow this instructions to set him correctly.

This shoulder armor goes on the right shoulder.

I included a small package with Epoxy clay ( 2 part mix putty ) and a couple of screws that will help setting the dragon on his final position.

Lets start with the dragon on the shoulder pad. Its very important to know that the longest screw goes on the rear paw and the short one on the front one. I assemble the dragons prior shipping them to test them and take them pics so this is the way it works better for me: I start with the long screw on the rear paw, since is long I dont screw it all the way and I leave it half way to go set the front screw. Once that the front screw is just tight enough, I will continue tightening up a little more the one on the back, but not so much it could force too much the feet.

Once the dragon is on the shoulder pad you can put something on the bottom of the shoulder pad so it can hold the weight of the dragon while you work on it. I also recommend that the dragon when not used could be set apart of the armor or just place an object under the shoulder pad so the shoulder pad doesn't bend.

The Epoxy clay comes in 2 parts that will be mixed evenly and then separate 3 small balls that will be placed on the bottom where the joints go, then you can place the wings and tail in place and lean it over a corner or around some objects that could hold them while the epoxy dries and sets up properly. This process of drying could be fast but the clay will be stronger the next day. You dont have to use all the epoxy so only mix small amounts if you need to. You can always use it later in case you need it.

Let me know if you have any more doubts I can resolve. Thank you again and enjoy your shoulder dragon!

--Astrid Makosla

Makosla Creations