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This was an alternative layered design on a glass coaster that was created for an interior designer's project. It holds closer to the more mechanical side by also having the front surface etching as a gear and not the Greek key pattern image.

All the cogs and sprockets continue to look like some of the inner clockwork mechanisms. Everything comes together to give the glass coaster that 3d image layered effect.

It is a design that may be purchased by following this link, Imagined Glass, or it can be customized or personalized.

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It's not entirely finished... I still need to glaze the eyes, add the topknot, and the leather stitches, but the painting is done, so I thought I'd put it up. Yey for Halloween!

Technical details: the first layers are plaster gauze, with paper mache on top, then self-drying clay. I put two layers of acrylic paint on top of that.

Oddworld is copywrite OWI, of course.
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I finally decided to join the "make cute things with polymer clay" craze. I do so love tiny polymer clay charms. :)

I followed :iconchat-noir: 's tutorials for the cupcakes and the lollipops. My cupcakes are a tad lopsided, but it's not too bad for a first try, I hope. ^^

Photo taken by my brother :iconvw85:
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This rose is for: :iconmossstar:

It's made completely with polymer clay. A mix of Sculpey and Fimo.

I felt that it was missing something and added 2 little green leaves.

This isn't baked yet. I'm waiting for the okay, and I'll finish it. :)

I hope you like it! :D
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These Tiny polymer clay meals are barely bigger than a quarter. Even the plates are made of clay. I used paints and sealers to accent and detail but over all this is all clay.
These were made for a personal swap of crafster.org for Writer78. I hope she likes them.

EDIT:
[link] To round 2
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This is a closeup view of an alteration done to my steampunk gear paperweight. The additional elements create another dynamic to the image. It was done on a clearer glass rather than the normal clear jade glass I use.

www.imaginedglass.com to purchase.

There is only one of these. I only have one other extra clear glass left to use if another is commissioned or else it can be on the clear jade glass. Each one done may have slight variants and I can personalize the paperweight image, as well.
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........ yep.
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Hand thrown clay vessel, raku fired with red-gold crackle glaze and geometric patterns. The lid handle is looks like three tree branches. 14.5"W x 18"T $350 USD retail.
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Virgin Huntress, stained glass window by Dawn Lee Thompson, Indeestudios.
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^^^^ This is a photograph and NOT digital art ^^^^

This was a one off print that sold for $800. I think it is my most successful piece to date. Anywho there will not be subsequent prints available for this.

The IRL size of this is 46"x25"

Just to remind people, this is a macro photograph of flame-worked borosilicate glass.

HOLY SHAT first DD!!!!! Thanks to all the people who like this. I have a policy where I look at everyone's gallery who looks at mine. Time to get crackin'!!
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