North Mymms, Hertfordshire, UK
“A very impressive sculpture showing good technical skills and a wonderful color palette.”
– Peter Brooke
Daeydoims are humble desert dwellers. Their large dorsal scales are full of blood vessels that dilate to expell heat and their broad hooves enable them to traverse sandy terrain with relative ease. They most commonly live on the outskirts of deserts, scraping leaves and bark off branches with their long insisors. Daeydoims also maintain short fighting tusks for settling quarrels and catching river creatures. They can travel for miles and are often used for carrying supplies between fertile lands. In villages they are commonly seen pulling carts as their large stature and long legs give them great towing strength.