Here There Be Dragons
– Needle Felting a Dragon with Wet Felted Wings –
with Joyce Hazlerig
Getting Started: Info & Resources
Building the Dragon
Wings & Wet Felting
Further Body Work
Felting the Belly
Felting the Tail
Certificate of Completion
About this Course
Skills Focus: Needle Felting, Some Wet Felting
Video Lessons: Videos are divided in to easy to digest & easy to reference segments
Difficulty Level: Intermediate / Advanced
Helpful Experience to Have: Needle felting, Basic Wet Felting
Course Length: This course is equivalent to a 3-day in person workshop
Create your very own fantasy dragon from start to finish!
Skills you will Learn:
- How to create dragon armature
- How to create wing armature and incorporate with the body
- Needle felting your dragon body, head, face, tail, legs and feet
- Creating dragon “skin”
- Felting poseable wings that open and close
- Creating the scaled dragon chest plate
- How to create interesting additions like spines and spikes
- Sculpting and attaching claws and horns
- Incorporating glass eyes
Needle Felt Dragon Online Workshop
Included in this course:
- 24/7, 365 Instant access to the course streamed directly to your computer, tablet or phone
- High quality video instruction divided into short, digestible lessons
- Learn at your own pace and refer back to lessons at any time
- Complete materials list with links to recommended supplies
Join Free and start taking classes!
Membership in the school is free!
- Enroll (in free membership)
- Visit your Dashboard for quick links
- Enroll in the class of your choice!
Meet the Instructor:
Joyce has been creating art all her life. Felting wool is her current passion. There’s something about wool and fiber; and shaping it to create something new and different. She loves making whimsical creatures or magical characters.
Joyce is inspired by myth, fairy tales, history and nature. She has embraced felting as a way to highlight colors, and show off the wonderful textures of wool. Her creations all have their own voice. It is wonderful to see them taking shape, morphing, changing, and coming to life. She hopes people fall in love with her work, just as she falls in love creating them.
Joyce began this journey 8 years ago; her desire is to see how far down the rabbit hole she will go. Wool is universal and ancient, it’s old and new, its organic and surpasses cultural barriers. The wider world of fiber is ever expanding.