I'd wanted to get a few group shots of the mini-figs made last year, both finished and the naked hot-glue/FIMO embryos, for quite a while now and today I've started to get around to that
If you like the look of these 3-inch little dudes then have a look at my gallery to see 'em all in action!
And a reminder that if anyone reaaaally likes the look of them or would like to commission any in particular, these CAN be for sale, so please feel free and encouraged to just give me a message or a comment and we can work something out These are all currently OOAK's, so if you like 'em, get 'em!
This was a fun one! It's always fun when someone commissions characters that I love it makes the work so much easier
Used Sculpey III for this and blended the colors myself to get these results. For his nails I used a soft wire, I can't remember exactly what I used. Anyway, I painted his nails after baking. I don't use the Triple Thick Glaze anymore, it has come to my attention that it doesn't last and that makes me sad because I trusted this product to make my figures last. Live and learn I found a new product that works better and cuts my time waaaay down when working on these pieces.
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EDIT:Ok, I'm finally happy with this! I changed the kaoss pad, and it now glows in the dark! I also sanded the neck, and it now fits the body better... not to mention it's so smooth! haha Anyways, thank you guys for all the comments and favs! Cheers _____
R.I.P. The Glitterati
Mini form of the original Glitterati... the one that recently got destroyed.
I told myself I wasnít going to make one of these, because Iíd seen other people had made them too, but I couldnít resist. I found some of my old oven-bake clay that was a few years old, but it still was perfectly fine, and in all the right colors!
Itís not the greatest, and Iím a bit disappointed with some of it. Like the kaoss pad... itís too thick, and the transparent clay turned out too dark. I wish I could put strings on it, but itís a bit too small for that. Itís about 4 inches long.
Hope you like it.
Time: about 2 hours Tools: Oven-bake clay
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