e Echo the gecko


18-gauge, 1/4", 7/32", and 3/16" stainless steel rings. Small anodized aluminum scales, some filed down

A chainmaille gecko named Echo.
October 06, 2019

A friend at work required a gecko, as a gift for their friend. They had known about my dragons through Darren, Simon, and Gloria, whom were donated to the care home where we worked. And so, a gecko needed to be born! Echo sitting on a leather book, on top of a grey carpet. She has bright orange scales that stand out, and is laying relaxed on the book.
Echo the gecko, she loves her name. She's a playful one, loves gettimg underfoot, jumping out to scare you, little tricks like that. She's pretty good at darting around, almost becoming an orange blur as she's zipping around the room. Also, she likes a good nap after mealtime. There's nothing she likes more than curling up with her owner after a good meal. Echo's adoption scroll, with Echo curving to make a small s at the bottom right of the page, and sitting on a grey carpet. There's swirly lines in the top right corner, a common theme in Kabutroid's adoption scrolls.

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