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Some new uglies! Each one anywhere from 2-5 inches tall.

Made with sculpey and acrylics.

Meant just for fun, Pokemon is property of it's respective owners.

Also on my tumblr, so reblog instead of repost please. [link]
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Monster Money Banks! Each one is made with Sculpey and acrylics over a vinyl bunny bank. They're all made with a unique look and personality. They're super fun to make. These will be for sale at the Maryland Sheep and Wool Festival the first weekend of May.

Tumblr link here: [link]

You can see the rest of the album on my facebook page: [link]
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A newer Tenth Doctor Whooooo.

His head moves 360 degrees, and he is about 8 inches tall.

Made with Sculpey, acrylic, and a blank owl vinyl toy.

Time lapse video here! [link]
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Tiny Sheep toys for the Sheep and Wool festival, first weekend in May.

Each one is about the 2"x2" (you can see the coin for reference in the first little sheep photo) Made with Sculpey, acrylics and nails.

Different breeds are as follows, from top left to right:
Norfolk Horn, Hill Radnor, Herdwick,
Lonk, Black Welsh Mountain, Merino,
Hampshire, Lincoln Longwool, Blue faced Leicester, Lincoln Longwool,
Merino, Kerry Hill, Norfolk Horn, Blue Texel,
Border Leicester, Suffolk, Cheviot, Manx,
Swedale, Jacob, Scottish Blackface, Cotswold
Kerrin, Hill Radnor, Clun Forest, and Ninja sheep.

Tumblr Link: [link]
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Hulk Pony!

This one was just weird to make.

Oddly enough, he was the smallest pony out of all of them. I didn't even realize that the ponies varied in size so much.

Made with sculpey, and acrylic paint.

Also on the Tumblrs: [link]
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I swear this is the last batch of sheep toys I'll be putting up for a while (maybe)

These are bigger sheep toys for the MD Sheep and Wool festival! Each one of these are anywhere from 3-4" tall, and have a body about the size of a large chicken egg. These are all different kinds of breeds, though I may make a few more kinds before the show.

From left to right, top to bottom, we have

Manx, Lincoln Longwool (they come in all colors), Leicester Longwool, Lincoln Longwool
Southdown, Lincoln Longwool, Oxford Down, Jacob
Lincoln Longwool, Scottish Blackface, Dorset Down, Ninja
Black Welsh Mountain, Clun Forest, Dartmoor, Lincoln Longwool
Merino, Herdwick, Teeswater, Hampshire Down,
Cheviot, Suffolk, Swedale, Border Liecester,
Hill Radnor, Kerry Hill, Norfolk Horn (ewe), Cheviot

Each one is made with Sculpey, nails and acrylics.

Tumblr link: [link]
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Started playing around with Munny blanks, so I made a Cybermunny. They're a great toy to work with, I feel like I'll be making a lot more Munny toys.

Sculpey and acrylic paint

Also on my Tumblr, so reborg, not repost please. [link]
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Some nerdy sheep! Made over micro Raffy toys, these sheep have head that move 360 degrees. Made with Sculpey and acrylic paints. Each one is about 3" x 3". They will be available at the Maryland Sheep and Wool Festival first weekend of May.

I'm getting some more Raffy blanks in the mail soon, so there will be more nerdy sheep showing up soon!

Tumbr link: [link]
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My Little Hawkeye!

He looks really smug here.

Made with Sculpey, acrylics, and a bit of leather over an existing pony.

Also on the Tumblrs: [link]
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This tiny Chikorita seems to be having a stroke. Or some medical emergency.

He's about the size of a coin, and is one of about 600 tiny miscellaneous ugly pokemon I'll have for this year's cons starting with Katsucon next weekend! If you can make it, stop by and visit me!

Katsucon.org feb. 17-19!!

Made with Sculpey and painted with acrylic.
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