I am Sraah the Arcanist and I bid you welcome to my website! I’m dedicated to make unique, custom, hand-made dragon trophy heads with a variety of materials that include wood, paper, fabric, polymer clay, PVA glue, glass and more. Fret not, for my faux taxidermy is always 100% cruelty free and materials come from ethical sources! I can assure you that having a magnificent wall-mounted dragon head will impress much more than any dead beast!
If you’re interested in the creation process and/or you’d like to see the projects I’m currently working on, then feel free to visit my project page. There you will also find loads of free instructions/tutorials on how to make the things I make (with pictures!). Visit the gallery to see available trophies for sale, or contact me if you have any inquiries or you want to commission me to make a custom one for you. You will find lots of information regarding prices, waiting times, postage, returns, etc. in the info and FAQ sections. If you like my site, feel free to follow me on your favourite social media!
You will probably enjoy browsing my website if you like Game of Thrones, the Hobbit (Smaug), Dragonheart, World of Warcraft, Skyrim, Shrek, Guild Wars, How to train your Dragon, any of those good old isometric RPGs (Icewind Dale, Baldur’s Gate, Neverwinter Nights, Planescape: Torment, Ultima, etc), Dragonlance, Dungeons & Dragons (or any other fantasy RPG -roleplaying game-), Anne McCaffrey, Earthsea, Divinity II, Robin Hobb, Dragon Age, Reign of Fire, Monster Hunter, Eragon, Dragon’s Dogma, The Chronicles of Narnia, Maleficent, Harry Potter, Naomi Novik, Drakan, Spyro, Minecraft (I guess the Enderdragon counts, right?!), Dragon’s Lair, etc. Oh, in case you were wondering, yes, I wrote this paragraph just for you to find me! And I’m glad you’re here.
An old steel dragon hailing from another plane. She's been living among humans for a while now, learning about them and using her artistic talent to make recreations of relevant draconic figures from her homeland. Her aim is to teach humans about her kin and learn about them in return.
I’ve just recently begun this dragon trophy venture, so even though I’m a highly qualified professional, I’m still learning the specific techniques of this niche art form. This is why,
Some time ago someone requested a bit more detail when making horns for a trophy, especially big ones that are hard to make. Even though I explained myself as best
Questions? Don’t worry, I don’t bite! Would you like me to help you put that cool sketch you made into a real 3D thing? I can help with that! Or