St. George and the Dragon as rendered in Ferrero Rocher tinfoil

Legend By Legend, 12th Dec 2013 | Follow this author | RSS Feed
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With a knight on horseback out of Ferrero Rocher, i couldn't resist converting it into a far more dramatic scene

Making a dragon

Having made a knight, I couldn't resist trying my hand at a dragon. Since the material I had to work with was limited in size, I knew I would have to construct the dragon out of several separate pieces. One whole wrapper was utilized in making the legs, On for the arms and part of the tale. One piece (a torn one) was used to construct the head and neck, another for the wings and finally, a small scrap was added to the tail to increase its size.

Putting it all together

With a knight and a dragon, the whole creation was begging for a dramatic scene along the lines of St. George and the Dragon. Having positioned them, I realized that I should find a way to keep the scene intact. Fortunately, I was able to maintain the Ferrero Rocher theme by recycling the, by now empty chocolate box, transforming it into a display case.

More creations by me

Tinfoil creations:
A dog
An elephant
A warrior with spear
A horse
A mounted knight

Other creations by me:
Origami crane
Picnic basket for "Little Red Riding Hood" play
A bike made of recycled wire


Chocolate, Dragon, Ferrero Rocher, Horse, Horseback, Knight, Recycled Art, Recycling, Sculpting, Sculpture, Tinfoil

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I am a practicing physician. I have spent 5 years in Yeshiva studying religion. I published a card game on wikinut and I am in a process of getting divorced

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