Unfortunately, I don't take any other commisions at the moment. I don't do custom sculptures, custom brooches and custom dreamcatchers, sorry.
Still, some of my works can be repeated. Please, note me, if you're interested.
Most of the stuff from my gallery I sell at my or Hontor's Etsy shop. I am the member of Hontor's studio so you can find some of my works there.
My Etsy shop: www.etsy.com/shop/CatAndSerpen…
's Etsy shop: www.etsy.com/shop/DemiurgusDre…
Shipping and payment: I accept Paypal only. I ship worldwide. I ship in 3-5 business days after I receive payment. You will receive the track number after your order is shipped.
If you buy more than one miniature animal from my Etsy shop, you don't have to pay the shipping cost for each of them - the sum will be the same as if you bought just one, as I put them into the same parcel.
F.A.Q. on velvet clay figurines:
1) What material I use:
It's Amos I-Clay, the air-dry clay which is very soft and light-weighted.
2) How I make ornaments and other decor on the figurines:
Larger ornament details are done by hand, piece by piece. Smaller details are usually made with texture mold brushes by Hontor, and these ones can be bought in his Etsy shop: www.etsy.com/shop/DemiurgusDre…
Besides, you can also buy Amos I-Clay from him, 50 g in a pack.
3) Some tips on handling the sculptures:
The figurines are not too fragile and will not probably suffer any damage if dropped on the floor. However, it's better not to try to test their breakability on purpose, especially when it comes to smaller details such as horns, feathers or decor. Avoid contact with water, that's even more important if the figurine is not covered with any polish.
You can get rid of dust with a dry napkin or piece of cloth.
P. S. You can find the most professional works from velvet clay at 's gallery. Please, check them. They are amazing!
If you dont mind me asking, what kind of paints do u use for these, i find paint on clay to be kinda difficult sometimes, atleast with some paints ive used
I'll be the first in line when you open up commissions!