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~Paperface
Hey everyone,

I'm sorry I haven't done a tutorial in a while. School leaves little time for anything else. 

But! What I can do is show you some of the tutorials I have found elsewhere on the internet. 

This is my pinterest board for polymer clay tutorials and such: www.pinterest.com/carolinefox8…

I have only one of my tutorials on that board. I can't take credit for any of the other ones, but they are all wonderful. 

Check it out, follow me, etc. if you'd like and hopefully it helps and inspires you!


In no particular order. 

Benny & Joon (1993)

In Benny and Joon, there is this scene where Joon is in a mental hospital and she and her brother and the doctors are having trouble communicating and they're all pretty upset, Joon being more so than the others. Benny, Joon's brother, has banned Sam (Johnny Depp) from seeing Joon, since he attempted to run away with her. But Joon misses Sam—she needs him. Sam, eccentric and passionate individual he is, scales the wall of the building and swings outside of Joon's window for her to see. And it is the most adorable thing I have ever seen.

Sound of Music (1965)

I have some of my earliest childhood memories of watching this scene—the scene where Rolf and Liesl are dancing in the gazebo. The soft light, the music, the rain. I dreamed of the day when I would be sixteen and I would have a boyfriend who was seventeen, and he would sing this song to me, and we would dance in the rain in a gazebo. Until I turned sixteen and realized that it took actual strength and skill to dance like that, and also that the actors in the move were much older than sixteen and seventeen and it was very unlikely that such a seventeen year old boy was to be found.

Star Wars: Empire Strikes Back (1980)

 "Stop that. My hands are dirty."

"My hands are dirty, too. What are you afraid of?"

"Afraid?"

"You're trembling."

"I'm not trembling.

Cheesy, quotable, ends in a kiss—everything we love about a good romantic movie scene.

Tangled (2010)

Do not try to tell me that you did not swoon the first time you saw the lantern scene in this movie. It was pure Disney magic.

Stranger than Fiction (2006)

"I brought you flours."

'Nuff said.

The Village (2004)

So, a lot of people hated The Village. And I can understand why, and I can sum it up in two words: False. Advertising. This movie was marketed as a horror movie that would leave you with chills, nightmares, etc. Instead, it was more like a romantic drama with a creepy twist. However, if you accept this movie for what it is (a romantic drama with a creepy twist), you might come to love it as I have, mostly for the following dialogue exchanged between Ivy and Lucius.

Ivy Walker: When we are married, will you dance with me? I find dancing very agreeable. Why can you not say what is in your head?

Lucius Hunt: Why can you not stop saying what is in yours? Why must you lead, when I want to lead? If I want to dance I will ask you to dance. If I want to speak I will open my mouth and speak. Everyone is forever plaguing me to speak further. Why? What good is it to tell you you are in my every thought from the time I wake? What good can come from my saying that I sometimes cannot think clearly or do my work properly? What gain can rise of my telling you the only time I feel fear as others do is when I think of you in harm? That is why I am on this porch, Ivy Walker. I fear for your safety before all others. And yes, I will dance with you on our wedding night.

*fangirl squeal/tear*

Sense and Sensibility (1995)

Marianne (Kate Winslet) is a flighty, hopeless romantic who falls in love with a gold-digging womanizer, who might have really liked her, but still went for the chick who had more money. Still, he sweeps her off of her feet (literally—he carries her "as if she were no more than a dried leaf"). Colonel Brandon (Alan Rickman) is much older, and though he is wealthy, he is not as spontaneous and passionate and extroverted as the young and dashing Willoughby. Marianne is heartbroken when Willoughby leaves her, and she goes on a walk to see his house. She is already in poor spirits, and then it begins to get cold and rain, very hard. Everyone notices that she has gone missing, and Colonel Brandon goes searching for her. He finds her, unconscious, and carries her back to the house. When he gets to the house, he passes Marianne off to another man and falls to his knees, exhausted. Ladies and gentlemen, this is true love.

Enchanted (2007)

Ok, I have a like/dislike relationship with this movie. I don't like that it seems to be almost a direct response to parents who don't let their kids watch Disney movies because it develops unrealistic expectations (Honey, life develops unrealistic expectations). I had parents who let me watch Disney princesses, but kept me in the real world by talking to me and spending time with me. Yes, if a kid has no other human interaction besides Disney movies, they will be fairly maladjusted adults. Also, I realized that the girls in these movies were princesses, they were royalty, which I knew full well I was not. That being said, I love the scene at the end of this movie where Edward puts the slipper on Nancy's foot. The two jilted lovers, the hopeless romantics who fell in love with a cynic (not that he didn't have any reason to be a little cynical) and a daydreamer who swung a little too far in the other direction. 


What are some of your favorite romantic movie scenes?

For both those who have and have not seen my FAQ section, I did some updating today. If you have any poly-clay questions, or just want to know more about it, check it out and let me know if you still have any questions after reading it. :)

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A compendium of paperface's tutorials:

Avocado Cane (Skinner Blend): paperfaceparade.deviantart.com…
Cake: paperfaceparade.deviantart.com…
Carrot: paperfaceparade.deviantart.com…
Corn on the Cob: paperfaceparade.deviantart.com…
Dumbledore: paperfaceparade.deviantart.com…
Human Feet: paperfaceparade.deviantart.com…
Human Hands: paperfaceparade.deviantart.com…
Key Lime Pie: paperfaceparade.deviantart.com…
Kiwi Cane: paperfaceparade.deviantart.com…
Milkshake (TLS): paperfaceparade.deviantart.com…
Orange Cane (Citrus Cane): paperfaceparade.deviantart.com…
Pea Pod: paperfaceparade.deviantart.com…
Peanut Butter and Jelly Sandwich (TLS): paperfaceparade.deviantart.com…
Pepperoni Pizza: paperfaceparade.deviantart.com…
TLS (Translucent Liquid Sculpey): paperfaceparade.deviantart.com…
Tomato: paperfaceparade.deviantart.com…
Treble Clef: paperfaceparade.deviantart.com…
Vanilla Bean Ice Cream: paperfaceparade.deviantart.com…
You know what's totally trippy is browsing through the popular pins on Pinterest and coming across something that you made and did not post on Pinterest.

It's been far too long since I've posted anything on dA. I'd love to make more tutorials.

Any requests?
Ok, so I've been meaning to do this for a while, but there are some dA artists out there that I think deserve to be featured, however, I'd just like to feature a few that you might not know about, meaning, they have fewer than 1,000 pageviews and/or less than 20 watchers.

If you'd like to be featured here, or if you know someone who should be featured here, please comment with a link and a short description of your/their art!

Check them out! They're AMAZING!

lovegreenlemonade
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277 pageviews and 8 watchers

lolitasncream
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687 pageviews and 18 watchers

i-really-love-green
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123 pageviews and 5 watchers

monsterkookies
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402 pageviews and 15 watchers