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Never converted anything resin before, so I thought I'd better convert something resin.
This is Verlinden's SAS Desert Raider in 120mm.

And some added bits and pieces.
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Another papercraft diorama in a series... Space with Puddlejumper.
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TINY mouse in his aeroplane

This tiny mouse in plane measures 5/16 " inch high . This tiny miniature was hand sculpted using polymer clay .

"" NO MOULDS OR CUTTERS WERE USED ""

MANY MORE MINIATURES ARE FOR SALE ON EBAY NOW ..... JUST CLICK THE LINK IN MY JOURNAL

BY SCOTTISH ARTIST J.DUNN OF WEE OOAK MINIATURES
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i'm so pleased to say that I composed this scene in my head before I set out to make it!!! HA HA HA it's sort of abstract, I imagined snowflakes falling from the sky upon pine trees.....i wish everyone who celebrates Christmas in any and every way a happy and joyful celebration :)

Done for the Minitreasures Advent Calender 2011

minitreasures.pbworks.com/w/pa…

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1:12 polymer clay Christmas Cookies 2011

blogged about it here:snowfern-clover.blogspot.com/2…

Thanks so much for all the comments and faves, wow, i had no idea this was so popular and it's not even DD? how, what? and what's up with the mangaspammer eh????

*a little confuddled and befused* i'm panicking cos it's the deadline for the "I'm a Giant" challenge and i'm not even halfway done T-T but all your support has been keeping me smiling in spite of the mayhem in my head!! THANK YOU!!!

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behind-the-scenes shot:

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if -that- doesn't clear things up for the unbelievers....then ...uh ok....right......o.O it is whatever you believe it to be :)
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I take orders only from October.
You can see the finished figurines for sale here: www.etsy.com/ru/shop/Demiurgus…
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I recently made the larger of the airship's in this image as part of a commission for someone who was having a Steampunk birthday party. The smaller orange ship in the foreground was made during my final year at university.
Since I had plenty of stock photos to work with I decided to assemble an airship chase using my fleet of existing machines, which I intend to expand upon greatly in the future.
I assume the smaller personal ship is being flown by some heroic swashbuckling air pirate type while being pursued by the larger airships, presumably operated by some pseudo-Victorian British military institute of sorts.
One thing is certain though: this is the slowest chase scene in history, no doubt relying on a lot of quick cuts and clever camera angles to suggest speed and intensity!
The models are pretty decent and photograph wonderfully. I'm also very pleased with the compositing of the models into the shot but I'm always looking to improve so feel free to comment! ^_^
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