He is about 7 or 8 inches tall to the tip of his horn. He was made from scratch from polymer clay over wire and foil, painted in acrylics and haired with tibetan lamb fur. He has blue inset resin eyes, and his horn, legs, tail, and ears are made from a flexible clay to prevent breaking.
He is one of the furriest sculptures I have done- the mane goes all around his neck and between his front legs. He was a lot of fun to make.
He is not for sale- he was a commission/ trade with someone on another forum.
This is from my current comission, and since this is halloween time i thought it'll be cool to release it so anyone can benefit from it. You can find the pepakura file at [link] , and the original skull model at [link]
Skulls are useful for cosplay, and this is so versatile that you can choose to build it for a mask by ignoring the Nape, or use it as a prop by ignoring the jaw.
WARNING: although it's anatomically right, since the eyes are deformed don't use it for a science project.
UPDATE: This is part of Guilty Gears' Dizzy costume, check it out at [link]
The larger side was painted with teal engobe, the smaller with black engobe before firing. Then covered with a custom glaze we call "MGMG" at the studio....which stands for Magnificent Green Mystery Glaze and refired. haha. it turned out multi colored, and has an opalescent sheen!
I know this piece isnt anything spectacular. This was my very first combination pot. very simplistic.
yes, you CAN eat out of it, you CAN drink out of it, it IS oven safe, and IS dishwasher safe.
Here's just a small sample of my very first ceramics works!! I will be uploading some individual shots later.
I know they suck, but i hope to document my improvement over the course of this semester.
Bottle Form: terracotta clay, formed from an orb and a tube. bisqued naked, fired a second time with glaze. White glaze was dipped, then blue clear and green clear brushed on. the green turned out a light blue color. so pretty!
Double Pinch Pot: white clay, larger side painted with teal engobe, the smaller with black engobe before firing. Then covered with a custom glaze we call "MGMG" which stands for Magnificent Green Mystery Glaze and refired. haha. Look for the individual shots of this pot, the glaze is awesome! its multi colored, and has an opalescent sheen.
Little Pinch Pot: covered in teal engobe (save for the detals), then fired. clear glaze brushed over the entire pot, blue clear dipped rim. then refired.