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Some of the more decent stuff from my sketchbook. This is mainly stuff I drew at school :D

Ammy, Link, Wheatley, and the creeper don't belong to me!

Also, please excuse the atrocious coloring job on Spooky. I don't like coloring. :c
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A special order commission piece that was hand-built using polymer clay and wire supports in the legs, neck and tail.  Tail can be gently posed at will.  Coat was permanently applied (layer by layer) using alpaca, tweezers, scissors and glue.  This dog was fashioned after client supplied artwork in order to replicate a miniature scale vignette after a specific vintage painting. 
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I don't know usernames pfffffffffft
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boop because yes
practicing making badges
if possible i may send these out uvu
expect more like these, i have a list
of my friends and two or three idols

i also have a comission to do i may end up
doing next but its getting late and ugu
anyways have these yaaah

:iconnaughtyd0g::iconibeeo:
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Here's Sappheiros, one of the first Hippocamp to be painted! His coloration might look familiar, this is because one of the dragons was based off of him: fav.me/d5fvv7e The idea is that he's literally a -blue- roan. Last year Sappheiros travelled all the way to Oklahoma to compete in Spookie Oakie. He and his brother, Pyrrhos, placed quite well in the fantasy class. Sappheiros was in second, so whoever takes this guy home will also take home a nice shiny ribbon!


SOLD

Blank and custom casts sold here

Figurine Info:
*Scale/Size: 3" tall x 5.5" long
*Sculpted in Sculpey, cast in a sturdy urethane resin.
*Edition: Currently undetermined. Most likely I'll keep it to one mold (30-50 casts).
*Hand painted with acrylic.
*Custom Painted slots and blank casts are open!
*More info is located on the store page.
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Collage I made at my grandmother's house with sticky paper.

(By "sticky paper" I mean label paper. You know, the papers with stickers on them and you can print stuff out on them and peel off the labels? If you don't know what I'm talking about it's these: [link] Basically we printed out random shapes on them, cut them out, and stuck them together to make collages!)
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Hi :)

He won't say much, in fact he only mutters three words over and over but he's so charming and can grow back from just a twig, inspired by this character, his tiny size is sure to melt your heart :)

This little twiggy character measures about 2'' tall, so small but very detailed. He is hand sculpted without the use of any molds and is finely detailed from the wood texture to the little green vines climbing up the torso. Some green reindeer moss and a tiny terra cotta flower pot finish the touch.

I didn't glaze him because I wanted to retain a realistic look to him, he has however been secured down inside the flower pot and a metal pin runs on the inside of the body to add extra sturdiness to him.

This little shelf ornament comes in a pretty gift box and is bubble wrapped for extra precaution.

FIND THIS ITEM HERE :)

www.bottledupcreations.com/pro…

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really old conbadge design that i laminated this evening
actually drew this early in 2012 or possibly late 2011

but i didn't have time to design a new con badge for tomorrow so i just decided to laminate this old one.

used pink card because I couldn't find my red card at the time
(alas I have found it now)

I'm aware the spanner is crooked, it is the reason I didn't use this originally
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DO NOT USE WITHOUT MY PERMISSION AND DON'T YOU PUT THIS ON TUMBLR EITHER!
my scanner hates me :cry:
the colors are so terribly butchered... the black was darker, and blended in with the blue... it had such a lovely gradient... and the tongue and paw pads were so much pinker... and the stars, much brighter... everything looked much better... well, except the eyes, which look just as off as they do in person. ah well... not much can be done about it. next time, better scans.


yay for binturongs :heart:

mediums used:
watercolors
white acrylics

artwork (c) darkfoxdemonx
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This pic shows one of my original 1:12 scale miniature Great Dane sculptures (handbuilt from a blended polymer clay with wire armature).  It shows both before and after the paint and applied powder-fine alpaca flock was added.  Details were added by hand using a fine 10/0 brush and permanent professional fabric inks.  After the inks were dried, the piece was sealed to prevent shedding. This dog was created as a companion dog to the reclining Harli dane.  This dog is sold.  
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