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Creeper Critter Jenny by Si3art Creeper Critter Jenny by Si3art
:bulletblack:Materials: Fimo air dry modelling clay, copper wire, folium, fake fur, acrylics, varnish, plastic beads and stones
:bulletblack:Size: in a sitting position: height to horns ~19cm, width: ~17x20cm

Woosh~ Finally finished this lil' creepah~ :la:

Hah... Actually... I don't really have the time right now to draw/paint...
*been sewing like crazy my damn costume collection, I dare call "fashion"* D:

So, finished this for the sake of offering her for an auction. A real one, not the online ebay. :|
That means, it will be judged first if its good enough to put up for bidding. :s

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*update 26.03.13*
Great news~ At least for me... For now... Jenny and the green lil' Baby Dragon were accepted to the auction~ :iconlawooplz:
Now I'd really like to see if they will get sold or not, cuz as much as I've understood, estonians don't exactly value stuff like these. Hah.:dummy:


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Creeper Critter Jenny by *BlackButterfly007 ( Suggested by Astralseed and Featured by maytel )
:iconsearleit:
Wow, and I always thought that fimo air cracks when it dryes (well it always does it to me).
Very interesting design and I like the contrast between its weirdness (like the number of eyes and ears) 
and the obvious cuteness QQQQQQ.
And forgive me but I just can't stop myself from asking - what did you do to it that it didn't crack when drying?
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Si3art Jul 25, 2013  Student Traditional Artist
Oh?... It usually cracks, you say?... :s
Ehmm, okay, first time hearing it, but I constantly moistured the clay when worked on it and kept it inside a plastic bag whenever I took a small break and... that's it. :shrug:

I have noticed now with my newer critter heads, that if I wait too long with making the lil' details/horns/carv something in and forget to spray water on it (the clay is more than half dry and it's harder to get it moist enough again) then it has started to break... Just some chunks of clay details dont want to stick anymore and/or break off.  But that's what all clays do if you let it get half dry. :|

 I dunno, I haven't had a cracking problem with it. I do know that clay shrinks in size, so maybe if you should mold around something, a folium ball perhaps, then if the clay layer is too thin, maybe then it cracks with drying because it doesnt have room for shrikage?... :s
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:iconsearleit:
Thank you very much, you helped me already thou 
thinks I do in clay are like 10-15 milimeters large
so there's no way I could put anything inside xD
Adding water might help althou my clay is kind
of hard to knid or whatever os the word. Will need
to try adding water, thanks for reply.
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Si3art Jul 27, 2013  Student Traditional Artist
Welcome~ ^^
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GNGTNT105 May 10, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
Stand aside that it has 6 eyes... I see a beautiful creature! Even with the eyes!
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Si3art May 10, 2013  Student Traditional Artist
Hey, that rhymes! 8D

Hahaha~ Thank you! :giggle:
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GNGTNT105 May 10, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
:giggle: hey I'm a poet and I didn't know it! Your welcome! :)
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AceOfClubs May 7, 2013  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
beautiful creature
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Si3art May 9, 2013  Student Traditional Artist
Thanks! ^^
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HexxMondette Apr 28, 2013  Student General Artist
SO CUTE! :3
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