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Tyler Dawn Keychain by ChibiSilverWings Tyler Dawn Keychain by ChibiSilverWings
Tyler Dawn is from morphE, mine and my friend's visual novel webcomic here: (Mature Content WARNING) morphe.thewebcomic.com/

This is tiny Tyler, he was a prize for :iconpurplechaos: from my sculpture contest. That wolf shirt was insanely hard to make. I was using clay the size of half a grain of sand to sorta paint the little image. I think it turned out really awesome! Next time I need to make tiny Billy for myself XD

Tyler the character belongs to :iconstkbayfield:
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PurpleChaos Featured By Owner Edited Sep 25, 2014
He's safely on my cell case. Every time I look at that little smile it cheers me up. :)
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ChibiSilverWings Featured By Owner Sep 25, 2014  Professional Artisan Crafter
Aww, I'm glad he makes you smile!
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shylarah Featured By Owner Aug 28, 2014  Hobbyist
He is so adorable.
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ChibiSilverWings Featured By Owner Aug 29, 2014  Professional Artisan Crafter
The cutest Tyler has ever been haha
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PurpleChaos Featured By Owner Edited Aug 31, 2014
 I showed him to my parents and my dad wondered if you used a magnifying glass to help you; he was really impressed by the level of detail including the shirt and tiny freckles.  :D (Big Grin) 
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ChibiSilverWings Featured By Owner Sep 1, 2014  Professional Artisan Crafter
No magnifying glass, just practice, bright lights, a small toothpick tool, a thin brush and some keen eyesight :) I work pretty small, but I admire the folks who can work on even smaller figurine type stuff, with paintbrushes! Like on Warhammer figs. I can't even believe how fine the detailing is on those things!
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PurpleChaos Featured By Owner Sep 1, 2014
I painted a Space Marine figure once and actually picked out a lot of  the details pretty well.
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ChibiSilverWings Featured By Owner Sep 2, 2014  Professional Artisan Crafter
I helped my friend paint some of hers, I was doing belt buckles or something. Though really, the detail work I'm thinking about is the awesome ones in the glass cases at Gencon winning prizes. Those things are incredible. I took did a short painting workshop with one of the "pro painters", like she paints figurines as her job, when I was there and DANG, there's so many neat tricks so they can implement for not just detail painting, but shading! Highlights, shadows, all that. On something that's less than an inch tall! It baffles me.
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PurpleChaos Featured By Owner Edited Sep 2, 2014
I expect it take practice and skill like anything else. *Ack!* Runs over to get the charm from his parent's house before the storm hits* I know better than to put him on my keychain in my pocket again; part of the hair cracked off  when I did so. Luckily my dad and I were able to glue it back on with Elmer's and it's not glaringly obvious. He's safe here now.
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ChibiSilverWings Featured By Owner Sep 2, 2014  Professional Artisan Crafter
Krazy glue works best for me, it has a really great bond with polymer.
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