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Дракон

d3aa59c54ad861119104cdd14f27f6a3Moscow-based artist Cuarto has created Darkhorn: a brilliant posable dragon figure with ball joints. See his blog post talking about it (in the original Russian) or the same page machine-translated to English. (The image to the right and all images after the break are from that site.)

As you can imagine, they're not cheap and there's (at the time of this writing) a long waiting list. Nonetheless, there is an English-language order page where you can join the queue.

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Netbook Décor

If this site has a topic at all, then it's technology and dragons. (It's right there in the tagline, after all.) Usually I have to make do with one or the other. This is the rare post where I can get both involved. Pictured right is my Acer Aspire One netbook. You might note ("Just look at it!", etc.) that it has gone from being plain and corporate and boring to being attractively decorated. The process involved a Sharpie permanent marker, and the considerable skill of an artist (not me) who made me swear to conceal his identity, on account of -- and I quote -- "not being able to draw dragons."

Much happiness. Your netbook is not as nice as mine. (If you believe otherwise, I want to see pictures.)

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In Soviet Russia, Dragon Uses eBay to Buy You

DSC00218I'm allergic to "cute", but the little fellow to the right doesn't read that way. (Not cute; much fierce!) He was a steal on eBay, and came to me all the way from the former Soviet Union. This is the kind of global economy I can get behind: buying a one-of-a-kind item from the opposite side of the globe. (Don't worry; I still support local dragon-sculptors whenever I can.)

He showed up in an actual, literal brown paper package tied up with string, too. More pictures after the cut.

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