I am very interested in your ideas and will try to make an extraordinary stunning piece after your imagination. Please keep in mind that something outstanding need a bit more time and extra work. I will gladly do this, whenever all my other orders allows it.
This is my second pony! She is made with cardstock, which is printed black and white, then cut and glued together. She is stuffed with polyfil, painted by hand with acrylic, has a chop stick in her rump to keep her tail very sturdy. She stands about 16 inches tall. This took a massive amount of time.
She will be at Everfree NW 2013.
My next pony i am currently working on will be Fluttershy! And with her i will record the process and see how long it actually takes me to make one of these.
She is SOLD along with the first one I made!!! This is a custom order for a mother dragon sculpture based off of another I made: [link]
The commissioner wanted wings that were a bit larger on this sculpture. This one features larger wings and darker color. The amethyst is one big crystal instead of a cluster because I could not find another amethyst cluster that small. But it still looks very nice and catches the light in a unique way Even when making the same sculpture I really want everyone to have one that is just their own
Mother and baby dragon are made from hand mixed polymer clay. Mother has hematite colored glass eyes, and holds a chunk of amethyst crystals in her paws as her baby climbs it. Mother has swarovski crystal details on her head and tail, baby is detailed with acrylic paint. Whole sculpture has been glazed with a pearlizing wash, then a few coats of high gloss varnish.
I am so happy to have two of these sculptures going to good homes! If you would like a commission of your own, check out my gallery and my shop! [link] And of course, message me
THE LION KING Sculptures by Sandra Brue #LK03 ADULT SIMBA AND NALA
This scupture of Adult Simba and Nala was was designed by Sandra Brue and made by Sandicast Inc. It is 5 3/4" tall, 4 1/2" deep and 4" wide. It was hand casted and hand painted in San Diago, CA according to the tag on the bottom. This was made as part of a set of Lion King sculptures featuring; Adult Simba, Adult Simba and Nala, Mufasa and Simba, Cub Simba, Cub Nala, and a Rock base that they all sit on. These were sold back in 1994 when the Lion King was originally released. They are quite beautiful, and feature glass eyes and texture for the fur.
Redemption is about 8 or 9 inches tall to the tip of her horn. She was made from polymer clay over wire and foil. She has light purple resin eyes, and was painted in acrylics and pastel. She was supposed to be a chestnut or buckskin of some sort. Her body is very redish but she looks more like a silver bay roan or something. She took like 4 hours to paint, I really like how she turned out.
The hair is a blend of mohair, viscose, and tibetan lamb fur. She has gold hooves and horn. Her horn, tail, and legs are slightly flexible so they are more durable.
She will be for sale on etsy. See my journal footer for the link
edit: I should mention that I hate how the shoulder muscles turned out, and want to improve that for next time. I like how the stifle ended up, and the arch in the neck looks way cooler in person than here. The head and neck look too small but I always make them too big so this is likely more accurate. Any anatomical critique of any type is welcomed. It's summer now and I'm hoping to work on that area over the next few months.