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Tokenekie
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Published: November 20, 2012
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Commissioned by :icontokenekie: of their dragon character. The big green guy had reference [link] [link] but I got to create his mate. [link] :D

Commissions are currently closed, but pricing can be found here: [link] for future reference

Hand-sculpted from Premo Sculpey clay, 3.25 inches tall, small details painted in acrylics

QUESTIONS???
Please visit my FAQ page [link] before asking questions about techniques and materials. Just about every question I get is covered there. I’m not trying to be rude, I just get tired of answering the same questions over and over ^^;
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SuddenGoods's avatar
SuddenGoods|Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
amazing couple! true love!
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Elphaba-Kim-Cullen's avatar
Oh! They're such a perfect match ~ their colors go so well together! :dance:
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xandraclay|Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
Wow they look so in love Love  You got to design the female, she is beautiful! They're a perfect matchClap 
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samurai-jirafu|Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Great dragons!
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NyteFyreWolf|Hobbyist General Artist
This is EPIC
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leapardess's avatar
they're so freakin' adorable Love 
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dragonkiss114|Hobbyist General Artist
So pretty!La la la la 
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LackingFear|Student Traditional Artist
This is beautifully sculpted! All the little details-- it's amazing.
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PCamenzind's avatar
So awesomeee!
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Leo-Pheonix's avatar
Such lovely manes! That must have taken a LOT of time. I admire your patience! 
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manga-cat-22's avatar
so cute, detailed and intricate, I always love your art
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batosai7921|Hobbyist General Artist
Have you ever tried making Haku from Spirited Away?
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DragonsAndBeasties|Professional Artisan Crafter
I try not to make licensed characters >w<
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MartianRaindrop42|Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
WOW!
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icedragonsheart's avatar
so complex! this looks like it took forever
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LatiLove|Hobbyist General Artist
EERRRRMEERRRRGERRRRD this is amazing! you should do a tutorial on the hair/fur, i cannot get it right on my dragons!
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ToffifeeKat's avatar
wow, these are so incredibly cute! I especially love the colors and their manes... this must have been so much work! Wonderful <3
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ImmaCoolKid's avatar
nice =3
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equigoyle|Hobbyist Traditional Artist
That is so cute!

These are ... sculpy, right? I still have a goal of doing stuff like this. I've never tried though so the first one's might be a little . . . awkward.

Still, these are adorable. Their expressions are so serene!
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MyClayWhimsy|Hobbyist General Artist
She makes her sculptures out of Sculpey Premo polymer clay... Where I live Premo is a bit too hard for me to work with, (which is weird because I live in a very hot climate) so I use Sculpey III, but I've heard that it really depends on the climate of where you live. Sculpey Premo for warm climates and Sculpey III for cooler climates. Really Sculpey III is just softer, but it holds fingerprints well so be careful. Oh, and check for cracks on the edges of your brick of clay before you buy it, that could mean that it got too hot in the truck it was shipped in and it is partially baked. It will be harder and sometimes even crack or shatter while you are working on the piece. Good luck!! And you really just need to keep making things, you won't believe how much better you get!! You can look through the galleries of Deviants who have been here a long time, the most recent Deviations are always so much better than the first ones!
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equigoyle|Hobbyist Traditional Artist
That's very true. Once I've gotten enough of an income going I can probably start buying the clay. One thing I'll need to figure out is which clay type would work best for where I live. It gets hot in summer and cold and snowy in winter.
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MyClayWhimsy|Hobbyist General Artist
And sorry for making such an info-filled post... I mean it's great if you got anything out of it, but seeing as you want to do polymer clay you have probably done some research yourself. I'm pretty presumptuous sometimes:/
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MyClayWhimsy|Hobbyist General Artist
That is difficult... Maybe you can just get Premo in the summer and Sculpey III in the winter? Those are the only ones I have experience with. Sorry, not much help in that department!!
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