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 Post Posted: Thu Sep 13, 2007 11:01 am 
 
Thanks, pum'kinpye! I'm glad you like my stuff. I just can't wait til I can get all settled in my new place so I can start working on stuff seriously again.


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I can't wait til you start again...you do great work.


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OEJ... I am new here and just checking out off the threads. WOW... You are quite the artist! Your pieces are just amazing!!

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 Post Posted: Fri Sep 28, 2007 11:56 am 
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It would be great to paint the tip of the cigar with orange flourecent paint, and a few light strokes of gray or charcoal. I'll look like it's glowing under UV.

What would you charge for a wolfman, about action figure size? 6" to 8" tall?
Just Curious.

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 Post Posted: Fri Sep 28, 2007 11:53 pm 
 
Charge, IB?? I've never thought about that kind of thing.... But just the suggestion gives me ideas! A WOLFman, eh???? Let me work on some ideas. :D

BTW.... That's a GREAT idea about the cigar tip! thanks!


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If I were you, I would make the werewolf body just a bit heavier/thicker, so that carving the hair, (maybe with a mustache comb) would make the figure seem like a layer of hair had grown.

Also, forcing the clay through a kitchen strainer would produce super-thin strands. Don't forget to really tatter up the clothes, so you don't have to cover the figure with so much hair.

Yeah, I did a bit of skulping before. I just might join you and start up with it again!

That would be a blast! Feeding each other ideas.

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 Post Posted: Sat Sep 29, 2007 7:36 am 
 
IB, Sounds like what you're talking about should be your first project... Why not? :) Get to it!


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One Eye'd Jack wrote:
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Well,.... HERE IT IS!!!!!
TA-DAAAAAAA!!!!!!
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This is just too cool! I can see how I can pleasurably waste the rest of my life working on this sort of thing. I ALWAYS liked your avatar. It's even MORE cool that you made it yourself, rather than pluck some image off the internet.

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 Post Posted: Sat Sep 29, 2007 4:39 pm 
 
Now, Dammit, IB.... yer makin me blush! :wink:

no, really.... Go for it! It's really fun and that was my first try. You never know what you can do til you just DO it! For me it started with.... "Scullpey, huh?...... I wonder if I could......."


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I gave sculpty a try a few years back, but never tried the "layers" idea. If it wasn't so close to the party, I might have the extra $$$ to buy a few bricks of the stuff. (But I'm pretty sure I still have my tools in the art bin.) I'll have to look.

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Hello everyone,
Here are some femo or sculpey creations my best friend gave to me,
I love them!!! It was a town at one time, that a friend of mine made a long time ago & it got destroyed in the flood of 1993, in Mo. this is all that is left, so I thought I would share it with you . I am sure yours will turn out just as cool as hers or even better.Good luck!!!
Witchy

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Those are pretty cute & imaginative.
(Rusty gears turning in Wolfie's head.)

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