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I can't help to think that when I look to his face...

Didn't really like how he came out. Well, whatever, focusing on One Piece now...= )
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I think it's now safe to post this guy. A commission for :iconuvnote: for my good friend :iconaleksanderzee:. This was my first time making a wire base, and despite how plain it looks the base took about as long as the sculpture! I needed to find a way to make this disjointed little guy look dynamic and like himself and I think I was successful. I think it might be possible to do a chibi-ish stylized version of him. but I wanted to go for making it like his sprite. I think I did that.

It was a great pleasure to work on this and I really am thankful to have so many friends that spend their hard earned money on my work. Thank you!
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Yes I made another one. Shhhh.

A more realistic styled Ninetales~! Without Vulpix this time. I don't know what I'm going to do with this one yet. I just...wanted to make one.

ENJOY.
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Steelix: "If i eat this, I won't have to be inside anymore"




I've built the Steelix papercraft from Paperpokes using some stones inside the base. I love the pose, but was very tough to built.

After that, I painted it with metallic grey and many coats of varnish. last, I built the rock/sand terrain base.

Steelix and pokeball is property of Nintendo.
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CROWNASTER, the Star Shape Pokémon. CROWNASTER can regenerate limbs that are torn from its body. CROWNASTER's bright colors warn off its predators, the venomous thorns around its body serve as protection from persistent enemies.

Name Origin: CROWN-of-thorns starfish, NASTy, and ASTERoideae [a class of echinoderms where starfishes belong] or acanthASTER planci [scientific name for crown-of-thorns starfish], ASTER being Greek for 'star'
Type: Water
Ability: Poison Point or Natural Cure or AdaptabilityPDW
Evolution: Crownaster ---Water Stone---> Thornaster
Moves Learned: Hydro Pump, Night Slash, Poison Jab, Pin Missile, Brine, Acupressure, Slash, Minimize, BubbleBeam, Swift, Toxic Spikes, Recover, Rapid Spin, Water Gun, and starting moves Spikes and Tackle

Base Stats:
HP: 35
ATK: 90
DEF: 45
SP ATK: 60
SP DEF: 45
SPD: 65
TOTAL: 340

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For a very critical reason, I would like to take this opportunity to thank all future :+fav:ers and :+devwatch:ers of my works. :D :D :D

For the nth time, I am back. :blush: Believe me, I am trying my best to insert Fakemon creation in between job hunting and interviews and other stuff. And here's a testament to that, my theoretical region's starfish, Crownaster, the Star Shape Fakemon! :P

So yeah, Crownaster is based on a starfish, the Crown-of-thorns starfish to be exact. ;) It is my counterpart to Staryu, but still has prominent differences. While both Staryu and Crownaster has Natural Cure as Ability, Crownaster has "venomous thorns around its body" instead of Staryu's central core, justifying Poison Point [inspired by Qwilfish and the non-Poison-typed Seadra weilding poisonous fins] over Illuminate as the other Ability. Lastly, while Staryu is Analytic, and because the Crown-of-thorns starfish is an overpopulated threat to coral reef ecosystem with its ability to adapt and spread, I went for Adaptability as Hidden Ability, as inspired by Corphish. :D

Being counterpart to Staryu, Crownaster gets the same 340 stat total. :P Crownaster, being more spongy, has five more HP points than Staryu's 30, giving it 35, while both defensive stats drop by 10 from Staryu's 55, giving my Star Shape Fakemon 45 each in Defense and Special Defense. Crownaster's 60 Special Attack is five less than Carvanha's 65 and 10 less than Staryu's 70. On the other hand, Crownaster's 90 Attack is the same as Carvanha's, which is twice of Staryu's measly 45. Similarly, Crownaster's 65 Speed is that of Carvanha's, but this time, it is lesser than Staryu's 85 by 20 points. ;)

Crownaster's movepool, as is its stats, is also heavily influenced by Staryu, from Hydro Pump, Brine, Minimize, BubbleBeam, Swift, Recover, Rapid Spin, Water Gun, up to the Starting Move, Tackle. :) With thorn all over its body, Crownaster can't help but be influenced also by Qwilfish, the Balloon Pokémon sharing Starting Move Spikes [over Staryu's Starting Move Harden], Toxic Spikes [over Staryu's Camouflage, can't really blend in if you are this brightly colored :P], Pin Missile [over Staryu's Reflect Type], and Poison Jab [over Staryu's Power Gem]. With Crownaster as the Physically offensive counterpart of Staryu, I went for slashing moves for it: for Staryu's Gyro Ball is Slash from Sharpedo and Cryogonal [another shapely Pokémon that learns a great variety of moves], and for Staryu's Cosmic Power is Night Slash, again from Sharpedo, Cryogonal, and Corphish/Crawdaunt as well. Lastly, over Staryu's Light Screen, Crownaster gets Maractus' Acupressure, a straightforward move that raises a random stat twice, which is somewhat an answer to Cosmic Power being able to raise each defensive stat by one level. :P

I've always wanted to create some faceless Fakemon as it proves to be very challenging, and it feels like I've succeeded with this one! I hope you think so, too. :P Oh, and interestingly, though Crownaster is a Staryu counterpart, its other great influences were Corphish and Carvanha [and their evolutions]. I wonder why... :P

Crownaster is mine!
Pokémon © Nintendo
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heeheeheehee
Mew was my first favorite pokemon :)
He's so fun to make! xD

like 5 minutes on each lol

No paint used, only multiple colors of SculpeyIII clay.
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Omg it's so cute! :love:
I made one before this, but it failed big time ;)
This is so much freaking better! :heart:

No paint used, only multiple colors of SculpeyIII clay.
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If someone will do a sculpture of this Pokemon better than mine,
I'll literally bow before that person.

I wanted to test my new modelling clay, so I made a stand for pencils- I really have a problem with them on my desk, because on my right side I have also colored pencils; It's a little mess...

Then I got an idea to make it like a mound with an Excadrill :meow:
Maybe Excadrill is shading a bit pencils, but it's not as bad as it looks :)

Another thing that I wanted to test is making a base from metal- a bit difficult at the beginnig, pretty boring(making it with many layers), but succesfull and unlike with Haxorus claws I haven't got any unpleasant surprises(like broking while building)
For now the stand and Excadril are separated, but I'll buy a good glue and make it as one piece.

I think that Steelix is no longer my #1 favourite....I realised it one week ago; I have the same feeling like when I changed my fav Lugia to Steelix....meh. It's not the most important thing.
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self hardering clay ASTRA and Terracota
acrylic paint
acrylic paste-aluminium
three parts of metal(a base for claws and helmet)
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Excadrill as Pokemon belongs to Nintendo, Game Freak and Satoshi Tajiri
Sculpture made by Marta Kłeczek
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I looked at my t-shirt website recently and realized it is-- how you say?-- the suck. So I'm going to start adding some new shirt prints to spruce things up a bit.

Predatory tunicates are sedentary predators found in the deep sea. While your average tunicate is a passive filter-feeder that looks like a vase, Megalodicopia has developed a large hood-trap around its inhalant siphon which it uses to grab little critters out of the water.

I'm rather shocked that no one-- NO ONE-- else on Deviantart has drawn a predatory tunicate (except for that cartoony nar-walrus yelling at a few). I mean, come on guys! Aren't these, like, every marine biology nerd's favorite animal? What gives?
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Because everyone really does love Scolipede! :D



EDIT: I put a clearer picture up. :D
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