Preferred element: earth
Current favorite food: flowers (violets in particular)
Size: 2 inches long, 1.5 inch wingspan
Jewel dragon mothers are the most notorious for gathering a pile of shiny stones with which to circle their nest. Once their clutch starts to hatch, the babies naturally gravitate toward one stone in particular, partially "feeding" from it for the next several months. Here you'll find all you need to care for a baby jewel dragon, should you choose to take one into your home.
Accidentally made an EVA dragon. 2/10 completed. I sure don't want to say this little guy was any easier than the last one, but at least I've kind of developed a little muscle memory for them now. Enough.
Funny/tragic: while I was coating the stone with clear enamel, some green dye started to come off on my brush. (That hadn't happened with the previous stone.) I was close to being enormously frustrated until I realized that the dye was mixing beautifully with the enamel and of course the effect is impossible to properly photograph, but the green is so very, very GREEN everywhere rather than in just certain places. It worked out beautifully. And thanks to the fully cured enamel, there's no worry about the dye running ever again.