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Four Sculpture Comparison by WildSpiritWolf Four Sculpture Comparison by WildSpiritWolf
Another size comparison! Mytola, the largest stands at just over 4". Heh, she makes my Shen look rather small. If you'd like a sculpture of your character, fursona, or pet, see my journal for information.
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KakuraAzukieMiarra Featured By Owner Mar 30, 2008  Hobbyist General Artist
lol I never noticed that Koji was in the front XDD
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KeechakVarg Featured By Owner Mar 2, 2008  Hobbyist General Artist
just was looking at you old stuff in your gallery and I must say you have gotten a LOT better. I mean these are "cute" but your newer works are beautiful
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InuShinobi Featured By Owner Aug 18, 2007
Your work is simply beautiful. I haven't done anything with clay for 6 years, and that was class related. This may seem silly to ask, but you say that you 'bake' them.... How exactly is that? Do you put them in the oven, or must it be at some art place with speacial 'ovens'?
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WildSpiritWolf Featured By Owner Aug 18, 2007
Super-Sculpey is an oven-bake clay. It means you don't need a special oven or kiln to bake it, just the oven in your house works fine.

--WildSpirit
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InuShinobi Featured By Owner Aug 19, 2007
Thank you, I appreciate the information. I didn't want to burn my house down.... again. Hehe..
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kehroscene Featured By Owner Aug 14, 2007
What kind of clay do you use to make your sculptures? I mean... do they have different kinds? I'm trying to find some good clay to buy. (:
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WildSpiritWolf Featured By Owner Aug 14, 2007
Please check out the FAQ section of my current journal entry. I have a lot of art tips and stuff in there for anyone who's interested. :)

--WildSpirit
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kehroscene Featured By Owner Aug 16, 2007
Ooh, okay. Thanks!
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nihtemoon Featured By Owner Nov 19, 2006
O houw do you make thos thar so beautifol!
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WildSpiritWolf Featured By Owner Nov 20, 2006
Check out the FAQ section of my current journal entry for info. ^_^

--WildSpirit
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JenniferEasley Featured By Owner Aug 8, 2006  Professional Digital Artist
Wow they're really good! And i know this isn't overly relevent but those paintings in the bg which i assume are yours, really make me want to paint!
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WildSpiritWolf Featured By Owner Aug 8, 2006
Well, I painted the tiger cub, but the other two are cards. ^_^

--WildSpirit
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JenniferEasley Featured By Owner Aug 8, 2006  Professional Digital Artist
Ah yes i just found the tiger in your gallery, it's very nice!
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OpalSkye Featured By Owner Jul 1, 2005  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
:D Yush she is rather large isnt she! I wanted a big ol' sculpture tho and yours has blown me away. I'm truly inspired to get out the Fimo and carry on with the sculpture I started...its nothing in comparison to these though. Gifted. With patience and talent. Again thank you and well done!! :heart:
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WildSpiritWolf Featured By Owner Jul 2, 2005
Your welcome! I saw some of the sculptures in your gallery and thought they were very good! :nod: More of a cartoon-like style and very cute. ^_^

--WildSpirit
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OpalSkye Featured By Owner Jul 3, 2005  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
:D Thank you again, I can't wait to get her in the post now! Did I mention Thank you?! :heart:
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SantheHiraishin Featured By Owner Jul 1, 2005
cool
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lifeofgeek Featured By Owner Jul 1, 2005
Aw, so cool! I wish my sculptures would turn out HALF as good as yours!

One question...how do you get them so...SMOOTH? Mine always havve finger dents >.<

Okay, two questions...what do you use as like.....filler? If that makes sense...like, as a base for the body (like, foil, wire?) to put the clay on?
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WildSpiritWolf Featured By Owner Jul 1, 2005
To get them smooth...lots of frustration and patience. And after they've cooled after baking, I sometimes smooth down some areas with a light nail file (emery board).

And yes, I use armature wire and tin foil to fill out the body shape before I begin adding clay. Hope this helps. :)

--WildSpirit
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rideaseeker629 Featured By Owner Jun 9, 2009  Hobbyist Artist
I tried using wire once but it kets slipping around and such when I tried to put the super sculpey on it.
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WildSpiritWolf Featured By Owner Jun 15, 2009
That's what the aluminum foil is for.

--WildSpirit
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rideaseeker629 Featured By Owner Jun 15, 2009  Hobbyist Artist
I've tried that too, I just can't seem to get it rite. Which is which I only make small animals and charms. I would love to reach the level you are on though. I'll just have to keep trying.
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lifeofgeek Featured By Owner Jul 1, 2005
Yes, it really does! Thank you!
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Wolfhaku Featured By Owner Jul 1, 2005
oooh I lloooove all your sculptures :D Oh Mytola is very big :D
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