September32013
Raikou, one of the three legendary dog pokemon. This one is about five centimetres long and four centimetres tall, so he won’t be terrorising anyone much, but he’s still as proud as the real thing.
 https://www.etsy.com/uk/listing/161552183/ooak-3d-beaded-raikou?ref=pr_shop

Raikou, one of the three legendary dog pokemon. This one is about five centimetres long and four centimetres tall, so he won’t be terrorising anyone much, but he’s still as proud as the real thing.

August212013
Entei, one of the three legendary dog pokemon. This one is about five centimetres long and four centimetres tall, so he won’t be terrorising anyone much, but he’s still as proud as the real thing.
https://www.etsy.com/uk/listing/160286039/ooak-3d-beaded-entei?ref=related-2

Entei, one of the three legendary dog pokemon. This one is about five centimetres long and four centimetres tall, so he won’t be terrorising anyone much, but he’s still as proud as the real thing.

https://www.etsy.com/uk/listing/160286039/ooak-3d-beaded-entei?ref=related-2

August102013
This dragon is longer than most, with quite a slender build. Build for flight, his long wide wings make up most of his size. He’s flexible enough to be positioned into a variety of poses, but his large wings mean there are only a few in which he can stably stand up on his own.
https://www.etsy.com/uk/listing/159143981/ooak-red-and-cream-pterosaur-dragon?ref=shop_home_active

This dragon is longer than most, with quite a slender build. Build for flight, his long wide wings make up most of his size. He’s flexible enough to be positioned into a variety of poses, but his large wings mean there are only a few in which he can stably stand up on his own.

https://www.etsy.com/uk/listing/159143981/ooak-red-and-cream-pterosaur-dragon?ref=shop_home_active

August92013
This little drake is lionish in character, proud and self assure despite his small stature. His wings are a lot like the European swallowtail butterfly, and although they’re far too small for him to fly with they are just large enough for him to trip over them.
https://www.etsy.com/uk/listing/159129702/brown-and-gold-beaded-swallowtail

This little drake is lionish in character, proud and self assure despite his small stature. His wings are a lot like the European swallowtail butterfly, and although they’re far too small for him to fly with they are just large enough for him to trip over them.

https://www.etsy.com/uk/listing/159129702/brown-and-gold-beaded-swallowtail

September112012

Cephalaspis (pronounced SEFF-ah-LASS-pis) means “head shield”, which fits this genus of fish quite well. Although their heads was covered in armour these fish were jawless, and are assumed to have played a role similar to the modern catfish, feeding on small organisms on the bottom of freshwater streams. The head plate had three indentations, which could have housed sensory organs sensitive to vibrations or even primitive electric organs. They lived in Devonian Europe, and it is believed their head shield served to protect them from the carnivorous placoderms around at the time.

https://www.etsy.com/listing/109084473/earth-toned-beaded-cephalaspis-keychain

September72012

A straight shelled nautiloid of the genus Endoceras. Living in the Ordovician sea they were most probably ambush predators, growing to three and a half metres long.

https://www.etsy.com/listing/107576191/green-beaded-orthoconic-nautiloid

September62012
Crinoids first originated in the Ordovician, and are Echinoderms, meaning they are part of the same phylum as sea urchins and starfish. Crinoids come in stalked and unstalked varieties, the stalked ones being referred to as sea lilies and the unstalked ones being known as feather stars. Some species are still alive today, but they are now found mostly in deep ocean. They were most diverse in the Paleozoic, when they formed huge reefs where they existed in large enough numbers for limestone beds to be made mostly out of their stalks.

Crinoids first originated in the Ordovician, and are Echinoderms, meaning they are part of the same phylum as sea urchins and starfish. Crinoids come in stalked and unstalked varieties, the stalked ones being referred to as sea lilies and the unstalked ones being known as feather stars. Some species are still alive today, but they are now found mostly in deep ocean. They were most diverse in the Paleozoic, when they formed huge reefs where they existed in large enough numbers for limestone beds to be made mostly out of their stalks.

September42012

Beaded beasts blog

This is my art/ writing blog where I’ll post all my bead animals, wips, stories and occasionally run contests and the like.

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