A bit of this and a bit of that so that family and friends can keep in touch with some of the small things which happen in my world.
Oh but you MUST name him. We have dragons in our household (as I'm sure you know but just in case you can meet a couple of them here)We have two green dragons called Dexter and Dewi, but we also have an Idris, and a Ginger, and a Welton, and a Pinky, and a Rhys, all in different colours. I think your young man looks like a Donald.
Ahh yes! I do occasionally visit Eldritch's blog to see what he's been upto. I think I may make some friends for 'Dragon' in different colours.I've put Donald on the shortlist of possible names for him.
He is lovely. I would call him Dagonet.
Kath,I like the name Dagonet, but I'm not sure that it fits Dragon's personality. I'll have to live with him a bit longer to see if he turns into a jester. ( I had to do some research to find out who Dagonet was) :o)
Years and years and years ago, I made a dragon.The only dragon name I knew at the time was Smaug, so I called him that. He was of course not an attractive dragon like yours. Drop the 'D' and call him Ragan!
Bernard'Dragon' is only young and somehow doesn't seem fierce enough to be a 'Smaug'.Ragan sounds too much like Ronnie and I wouldn't want to name 'Dragon' after him. Smaug may be good for one of his pals, but they haven't hatched yet, so we'll have to wait and see. :o)
He is lovely! I agree with MorningAJ, he definitely needs a name!
Anne, I'm working on it. When I find something which suits him I will let you know. :o)
I must say he's a very nice looking dragon. And since he's yours, I think you should name him or not -- as you wish. He's yours and he's beautiful.
Chris,I'm glad you like him. He was fun to make. :o)
HiIn answer to the toilet rolls, no, I think I'll leave that to someone else, it looks a bit to fiddly. lolBrionyx
Yes, that's what I thought, Briony. :o)