Oddity, Ornamental Cherry, “Zag”

“Zag” and it’s brother, “Zig” are cut along the branch of ornamental cherry creating a Z-shape from the former branch points.  “Zag” would love to be the home for a dragon, griffin or other large winged creature standing rampant.  The piece is 5.75 inches long and 4 inches wide and a half inch thick (146mm x 102mm x 13mm).

Oddity, Ornamental Cherry, “Zig”

“Zig” and it’s brother “Zag” are cut along the branch of ornamental cherry creating a Z-shape from the former branch points.  “Zig” would love to be the home for a dragon, griffin or other large winged creature standing rampant.  The piece is 5.5 inches long and 4 inches wide and a half inch thick (140mm x 102mm x 13mm).

Oddity, Ornamental Cherry, “Keyhole”

The “Keyhole” piece looks like a place for a titan to insert a giant key.  Perhaps a pair of elves guard the opening against the return of the titan.  The piece is 5.5 inches long and 3 inches wide and a half inch thick (140mm x 76mm x 13mm).

Oddity, Ornamental Cherry, “Fallen Giant”

This “Fallen Giant” might be the perfect refuge for a forest dragon or a group of gnomes sitting on it.  The piece is 4.5 inches long and 3.125 inches wide and a tall 2.25 inches in height (114mm x 79mm x 57mm).

Burl, Oddity, Red Maple

This kidney shaped piece has a wavy, water-like surface and would be perfect for a lizardman, a hippocampus or some other aquatic creature.  This classic stand shape is 3 inches long, 2.4 inches wide and 3/4 inches tall (76mm x 61mm x 19mm).

Oddity, Spalted, Maple, Tree Trunk

This spalted maple piece looks like a tree trunk.  Add it to a larger base as a tree trunk or use it by itself for leaping black tree puma of the Southern Forest or your best stalking ranger.  The piece is 3 inches long by 2.0 inches wide and 0.75 inches tall. (76mm x 51mm x 19mm)  The top of the trunk is roughly 1.75 inches around. (44mm)  It’s finished in Teak Oil to allow for a darker overall look.

 

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Oddity, Spalted, Maple, Fireball

This compact fireball of oranges, tans and dark lines is perfect for your 54mm mage striking a pose of fearsome power.  Or it can house your malicious crimson dragon.  At 3.75 inches long,  2.75 inches wide and a half-an-inch tall this piece has plenty of room for whichever elemental fire-based being you want on it.  (95mm x 70mm x 12mm).

Oddity, Spalted, Maple, Fireball

This streaking fireball of oranges, tans and dark lines is perfect for your 54mm mage striking a pose of fearsome power.  Or it can house your malicious crimson dragon.  At 5.5 inches long,  2.5 inches wide and a half-an-inch tall this piece has plenty of room for whichever elemental fire-based being you want on it.  (140mm x 65mm x 12mm).

Flames, Oak, Set of 3

This set of oak pieces are all cut from the same piece of seasoned wood, finished with teak oil and the sides of these have been painted with Reaper Black Ink which has a semi-gloss finish to it that makes the edges look like they are made from anthracite.  I originally was going to make a larger display piece out of these but I decided to leave them separated and sell them as a set.  Perhaps you want them for a multi-tier display base or to just place them in a dish with some other interesting baubles on your mantle.

The flames are sized in order from the top then clockwise are:

A.  2 in x 2 in x 0.4 in (51mm x 51mm x 10mm)

B.  2.5 in x 1.75 x 0.4 in (64mm x 45mm x 10mm)

C.  2.75 in x 2 in x 0.4 in (70mm x 51mm x 10mm)

The Dragon Eye

The Dragon Eye is a wonderful piece of Oak driftwood found on a beach of Seneca Lake in New York.  And yes, it was shaped just like it is.  The “lash” was broken but a little E6000 fixed that solid.  The lash is painted in Reaper Black Ink.

I hand-painted a layered iris with a base of Reaper Carnage Red with some Reaper Fireball Orange, then some Realistic Water, some Vallejo Bronze flecks, another layer Realistic Water, then some Metallic Amethyst flecks, then more Realistic Water.  The scales are a mix of Vallejo Dark Sand and Cork Brown.  They are hand painted from the cracks in the wood.

Use it for a conquering barbarian leaning on his axe or mount it to a plaque.

Or just put it on your desk like I have for the last week or so.