I'm not sure how Flying Spaghetti Monsters reproduce but if they did, I think the spawn of FSM would start off as a cute little baby.
Big Flying Spaghetti Monster:
The noodles are made of arctic fleece. The meatballs are made of crushed velboa.
The 2 eye-stalks and one noodly appendage are poseable in gravity-defying positions via a wire skeleton. The rest of the noodles are not poseable (for maximum cuddliness) but may be rearranged to a certain extent to suit your taste.
The packaging for the googly eyes state that they are not suitable for children under 6 years of age.
Small Flying Spaghetti Monster:
This is a miniature version of the bigger plush. It was constructed using 5 feet of "Lion Suede" Ecru coloured chenille yarn, brown 10 mm pom poms, 4 mm wiggly eyes, and 5.25 inch long handmade "pipecleaners" (made using 26 gauge white jewellery wire.) Due to the size of this plush, I wouldn't give it to a child, either.
really wanted to keep it dark and monochrome like in the game where the prince is in trouble and about to die before the ever-so-reliable Elika comes and saves his ass again for the hundredth time couldn't resist adding a little colour though...
I made this for Halloween and certain contests on dA. I knew I wanted to make something with body parts and the sushi stuff in my gallery seems to be the most popular so here is the result of that idea!
It is all entirely made with polymer clay, except I painted the nails with actual nail varnish and the seaweed that wraps them is tissue paper. Each finger is about 1 cm long and the entire plate is about 3 cm long.
Though it may seem masochistic, my favorite memories of fall are watching horror movies and paranormal shows that are aired especially during Ghost Month and around Halloween. Then I will suffer from post horror movie paranoia and believe that everything is out to get me.
A long time ago... my father took me camping for the very first time. I was all of 8 and a fairly adventurous child with a vivid memory. I will always remember it clearly - the fire he fire looked like it was made of tall towers of crystals that seemed to dance in harmony with the trees and with every gust of wind that swept past the clearing where our tent was set up. It was ethereal and as you can see - quite unforgettable
This was the first time I've made a diaorama, and it's SO much FUN! Almost everything was made by hand using clay, wire, glue, acrylic paint, thermocol, cardboard, paper, canvas, gel wax, jute rope. The fire was made using plastic decorative beads. I wanted to give it the look and feel of the glimmering crystal like flames I remembered it to be. Besides the fire only the pebbles, dry moss, stones and a few of the plastic plants in the extreme background (which can't actually be seen) were not made by me.
The Fire also has a LED light beneath it that gives it that awesome glow!
This is my entry to the Merrell Diorama Contest: [link]
One day, when I was a kid, my family and I were going for a hike in Colorado. I remember snow on the ground, and all around us were beautiful aspen trees. We had been noticing different kinds of animal tracks in the snow, and my parents explained which were that of deer, bears, etc. Well, my aunt suddenly showed me some other tracks, and said to me, "Do you know what those tracks belong to? Monkeys." I looked for monkeys for the rest of the hike, hoping I might spot one.
Later, my aunt showed me how she had in fact made these "monkey prints" in the snow with her own fists. I hope one day I can show these my own daughter while she is still young enough; we don't get much snow where we live, though.
This diorama is of my memory of envisioning monkeys in the snow in Colorado, and what I think it would have been like to have found one.
The little girl and monkey are both completely sculpted, painted, wigged/furred by hand. The entire diorama is made from scratch.
You can see more photography of this diorama by looking at my deviant page! The characters are fully detailed sculptures. To see them as they were still works in progress, you can check back in my deviant page, as I will be adding more photographs of this piece.
Thanks so much for checking out my contest entry! Good luck to every one submitting!