This took me ages, and I'm not particularly happy with it, but i still think he's cute. and he's sturdy, wasn't sure he would make it out the oven in one piece. Made out of glittery fimo and sculpey, He's only a couple of inches tall I do hope you like him despite his faults
I'm not sure whether to sell him or not, if someone wants him let me know, but please check my etsy shop for my other handmade creatures [link]
or if nothing takes your fancy, commission me for any cutesy animal, ill take on most things
Part of the large commission of food charms [link]
My most favourite part of this commission was hands down the pomegranate. from first thinking it I knew I wanted the little white seeds to be seen in through the bright pinky red jewels. I'll gladly do a tutorial if anyone's interested, fiddily to make but the outcome is fantastic! Super happy!
I made Emily, the Corpse Bride, from a great tim burton film, inside a coffin made entirely by HAND:
The coffin was built piece by piece, hand painted with a distressed look. The brambles and the skull are shaped by me, without use of molds. The inside of the coffin is lined with foam and bordeaux satin, and decorated with purple flowers.
Inside the coffin there is Emily! She is crafted, without molds, and is completely HANDMADE!
Lorisnail's best friend, Beetlebird now in 3D! It was really fun to make this little guy. The legs and antennae are pipe cleaner that I trimmed with scissors to get the right shape and thickness. The body and head are needle felted wool, but the wing case, eyes, and beak are paper clay. Holding this little one in my hand was quite satisfying, 'cause of the squishy wool part contrasting with the hard case on the back. Very bug-like, heehee! To my amazement, it can kind of stand on its own, but for the display it's tied to the plant.
I love making tiny goldfish in bowls and bottles! This bowl is about 1 1/4" tall and was handmade by my mother out of lampworked glass. Inside is a hand-sculpted polymer clay goldfish, sealed in with resin. In the bottom of the bowl are agate beads for decoration. Available in my Etsy shop: [link]
I made a pair of these, but one of them burnt. I'm not really sure what happened because everything else in the batch was fine, and the burnt one was smack dab in the middle of the bunch.
Anyway, this obviously isn't done. I'm going to paint it and give it a few layers of... something to make it look glossy and slimy. I'm also going to make a few more for the craft fair because I fucking love cuttle fish. I might have to keep this one.