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Cast in resin and hand painted and fitted with a very strong magnet now available in my shop...let me know what ya think.
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New from studiojsculpts this is a polymer sculpt I like to call "Ned" let me know what ya think.......He is for sale here [link]
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My version of frankensteins monster polymer clay over a glass jar let me know what ya think...........
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Tim Burton FREAK GHOST Deluxe Mug OOAK fandom

Size: 4" tall x 3 1/2" wide opening

As a Tim Burton fan I knew I should make some more mugs! This one is a Freak Ghost in purples, white and black! The Inside has not been converted so the mug can have hot or cold beverages inside. I recommend not washing this mug in the dishwasher. Wash the inside like any mug by hand but use a wet paper towel or soft cloth to carefully clean the outside. This mug is a work of art so use with caution and enjoy!


Comes with a certificate of authenticity

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Munny Style Whamblamoo Alien Figure ooak HEAD TURNS!

Size: 5 1/2" High 3 1/2" Wide

I found these vinyl figures at a local store. Being they are in the Munny, Dunny and Kid Robot style I wanted to make various different creations! I have always loved aliens so I went ahead and converted this triangle head figure into a Whamblamoo! These are small aliens that love to watch...everything.


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Necronomicon Cigarette Case OOAK

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One of my most recent series. So much carving, so much time, and that's after I made it all fit together. The madness. A good seventy cm or so tall.
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This was my teacher example when I had my seventh graders sculpt fish. Its not done of course. Just got inspired by some amazing fish sculptures I found on Deviant.
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I have no explanation for this.
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ceramic

I made these fellows for the upcoming Christmas market.
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Ceramic mini monsters

Fülzsírevő szörnyek!
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Actually it will be an incense holder, and the smoke comes out from the dragon's nose! :)
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The base is made with clay and painted with glaze. The glass was from an actual wine glass that I broke the stem off of. This won a gold medal in the Scholastic Arts and Writing awards last year and was used for the invitation for this years Scholastic Art Award Exhibition :)
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Who doesn't lub nibbler...? I wondered what he'd look like in real life. now I know.

Influences come from looking up pictures of chimpanzees,
gorilla sagital crests, meerkat ears, babies, lollypops and other cute stuff.


Sculpted in sculpey approx 6 inches. Work done over a span of 5 days.


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Don't forget to check out

Good News! Professor Farnsworth sculpt

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Leela...

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and everyone's favorite Lobster Doctor, Dr Zoidberg!

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Matt Groening ©
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Cuff made with polymer clay and painted with acrylics.

Available here [link]
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I made this one a while back and I just made some slight improvements to the paint job (IMO) and added drool. The photo kinda sucks though.
For sale here [link]
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Polymer clay, acrylic paint.
Available here [link]
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Needle felted Goblin using kool aid dyed wool, merino and bamboo fiber.
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