It was alot of trial and error but now I feel like I have made some huge progress. He's so much fun to bend around and pose! My art class loved him (I turned him in for my last free choice project.)
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Made of wire armature, original sculpey, quilt batting, and fake fur. Painted with acrylic paint, and eyes glossed for realism. Fully hand made no machines. Gently posable into various poses.
Total time spent round 24 hours.
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im still learning, do you have any tips on creating these little guys?
Just to take your time and take notes on every little thing, that way its easy to keep try of what works and what fails.
Like just recently I tried making a huge one, but my wire was too weak to hold it. So I wrote down the size of the too big creature with that wire so now I know my limit with the wire ^^
Most of this still you just learn as you go~ So don't be discouraged to start your first one!
This guy is a tad smaller since he was my first doll.
I scuplted the clay right onto the wire and backed the wire with the clay. Theres also a ball of foil under the clay on the head to minimize weight and for better baking. Hope that helps!
Good job, can't believe it's your first one, it looks very professional.