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New model of an Archen that *ARTic-Weather challenged me to make.. stupid cow... I mean whut?


Challenging, but kinda fun to make. However with this one, I did draw the markings on top of his head with fineliner sharpie pen, buuuut when I put the gloss on, its dissapeared :( So really disappointed in that.. but again, these are practices, and so I shall continue to do so!

Archen (c) Nintendo/ The Pokemon Company
Model (c) :iconsonartic:


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Commission Information

Depending on how complex the model is and how big, the price ranges will vary quite a lot. I will give an estimated price on request.

Do not think that I will only be doing pokemon models. I will stretch to do anything such as Sonic fan character models, maybe even a little realism. Anything to help me improve. Price will also vary on how well the model is made. If I believe i've not done very well, or detail is missing, a discount will be offered. I am a very flexible person, please dont hesitate to ask ^^ ~

Estimated Price for above model: Ł10
Reason: Probably would have been more, but because details are missing due to lack of knowledge on my part on materials used, and painting could have been better.
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For :iconkamikaze-87: and her love of houndooms!

i like making houndooms. They're so shiny and strong looking. I wish dobermans do have horns and a pointy tail in real life; I'll get 6 of them. :la: Anyways, i hope you like them, Lizzie! ^^

Houndoom is by Gamefreak, Nintendo
Sculpture made by me ;)
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The Pokémon Espeon and Umbreon as humans.
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For :iconkamikaze-87:

Here it is! I'm so sorry it took half the year to get it sorted, ^^; life's just been turbulent, but turning ok nowadays. ^^

I plan to give you a few houndoom goodies ;) to go along with the sculpture hehe. Will post them soon! :D
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Progress photos and process explanation coming soon!

#059 : Arcanine The bottom right photo shows the piece in it's entirety. The rest of the photos have the support wire photoshopped out; I thought it looked really cool like that! I was originally going to make this a standing sculpture, but I found a picture online of him running and I just had to do it!

Dimensions : About 8" long on a 4" Base

Materials : Super Sculpey and Sculpey Firm Over a Wire and Foil Armature, Acrylics, Wood Base

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Lileep was fun because it's unique = P

Sculpey clay, roughly 2.5cm tall.


Commissioned piece, not for sale (:
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okay, here we go again xD i used whool and leather to create this little fellow. took me hours until i finished with it x.X hope you like it^^
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A commission of the Pokemon, Koffing! I put a solid wood ball in the center of the foil to help me keep the spherical shape (VERY hard to do with mushy clay). Took a break from Sculpey Firm and just used Super Sculpey; easier for the broad simple shapes.

Koffing stands about 7.5 inches tall on a 5 inch base. Painted with acrylics.

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This guy is up for sale - his price is 50$ + shipping (about 10$)

I didn't manage to sell him on eBay, but luckily I've just got the job, so now my Flynn can patiently wait for an interested person :)

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Oh gosh it is finally done.

It really took aaages to finish. It was my first fully made sculpture in Super Sculpey. I love this clay, although as it was my first time with it I made lots and lots of mistakes... I had to put like 10 layers of paint because I didn't sand it as I should, I though the paint would cover the scratches :I Well it didn't. Also I was surprised how all the irregularities went up after painting, I'll remember to fully smooth my sculptures before baking in the future.

Anyway generally I like it. Persian is my favorite Pokemon and I've always felt it is a little bit unappreciated. I've named him Flynn as you can read in the below's doodle description. I'm quite sure that I'll stick to Super Sculpey now, and leave that nasty air-drying clay FOR EVER. Soon I'll upload Rarity made with air-dry clay and you'll see why I am so angry about it ; /

I wanted to make it as cartoony and pokemon-like as possible at first, but eventually I made him a tiny bitty more realistic. I think I caught the cat-cougar mix quite well :)

Anyway tell me what you think in the comments if you want :)

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Time taken: Feels like whole eternity. But I guess it's because I was learning to work with this clay. Started in the end of March
Materials used: metal wires (3 types), aluminium foil, Super Sculpey, acrylic paints.
Dimensions: about 16 cm length and 6 cm height
 

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If you like it you can check out this quick doodle based on the sculpture sketch I made in breaks:

Also here are shots of different stages of making Flynn and of unpainted sculpture:


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Project and sculpt to me *Aakali
Painted by me with a little help and many many tips (seriously it would look much different without them) of ~TalaStrogg
Persian to Pokemon
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My 2011 snow sculpture. It took 2 hours to complete and 1 day to be totally ruined by another snow fall (so much for all that hard work...) That middle tail was torture as it kept breaking apart and took 3-4 tries to get it to stay up. For the colors, I litterally painted the snow. I had no idea that would actually work but I had to try.

This was made last weekend and still stands outside my house, however it is beyond reconization. It's now just a lumpy fox shape with no colors... *sob*
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