This piece of black walnut was found on a beach on Seneca Lake and had been quite bleached by the sun and water. A passenger mushroom is attached at one end. Both were treated to teak oil and the resulting piece is quite striking. The mushroom turned a rich black and the wood returned to a medium brown. At 5.25 inches long you can easily add a nature spirit and a nymph to the piece or a forest dragon. The piece is 1.5 inches wide along the wood and the mushroom measures 2 inches at its widest and 1.5 inches at its narrowest. At just under an inch in height it will look great with some grippli sitting atop it. (133mm x 60mm x 22mm)
This long piece of black walnut was found on a beach on Seneca Lake and had been quite bleached by the sun and water. It was finished with teak oil and the resulting piece is quite striking. At 9.25 inches long you can easily add a larger forest dragon or a group of companions marching along the ridge. The piece is 2.375 inches wide and 1.25 inches tall. (235mm x 60mm x 32mm)
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.