Hours so far: 25
Next, I had to select the glass for the flame away from the torch. This is when you google a lit torch and look at the colors. Why? Because you need to know how fire do.
Fire burns white/yellow close to the combustible material, then gradients to orange and then red. Now we know how fire do :)
Reference pictures of lit torches
So I needed to find glass pieces that transitioned from yellow to orange, then orange to red…
Flames in transition
More flames in transition
Our dragon's little nostrils are still rather irritated and glowy, so I needed to find something fiery to help convey the steamy smoke.
The birth of flame
That'll do pig…
Now, I needed to find the perfect eye glass. This glass needed to be shiny and really draw the eye, so what better than this venomous glass with flecks of copper in it to add that little something something? It also looks excellent backlit.
Checking backlit colors
And would you just look at that streak of green? Let's just grab that…
The eyes have it
Stay tuned for the next portion of “Light My Fire”
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