When I created that dragon I was working fast, in a hurry and on a budget. I also was not very good about taking pictures of the construction.
This year I was asked to make a parade dragon for a small part in the play Mulan at the children's summer camp I work for. (This dragon was actually cheaper than my first, costing under $25) I had 4 hrs to make this all happen, in good news building one before I knew I could do it, in bad news it's not nearly as cool as my first one.
One day perhaps I'll make a really killer one with super detailed instructions. In the mean time, let me see if I can't help so many of you who asked me how I made the first one get a better understanding of it's construction.
Let's get started
Step 1: Materials Needed
Hot Glue Gun
2 Cans Black spray paint (or base color of your choice)
1 Sky bouncy ball (or knock off version) Or any hollow ball, I just enjoy those I can see through so I can put glow sticks in them if I wish
Black Acrylic Paint
Other Acrylic paint colors of your choice
1 Twin bed sheet (color of your choice)
Lion Brand Fun Fur Yarn or Bernat Boa Yarn
Step 2: The Eyes Have It!
While not pictured I also painted the iris at this point as well.