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11  Baba Yaga in Polymer Clay: Completed Projects by zooooom on: September 21, 2011 10:45:57 PM
Polymer clay and fabric 
 

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12  Re: puppen fimo miniature tutorial in Polymer Clay: Completed Projects by zooooom on: June 24, 2011 03:09:13 PM
This is absolutely beautiful! I want a family of fungus in my yard Smiley
here you go! 
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13  Re: FIMO marionette in Polymer Clay: Completed Projects by zooooom on: May 21, 2011 09:27:25 AM
seriously good. Are you doing all the Alice in Wonderland creatures?
Thanks!!! Not all so far,I'd like to but don't have time,I'm planning to make Alice ,anyway, some characters are made ,here a few pics :
Humpty Dumpty 

another one


The Queen


of course Mad Hatter,I've made several dolls of this character,here a couple :




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14  FIMO marionette in Polymer Clay: Completed Projects by zooooom on: May 20, 2011 04:36:36 PM
Made of FIMO ,primered and painted with acrylic paints







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15  Re: guns in Polymer Clay: Completed Projects by zooooom on: May 19, 2011 09:45:54 PM
Thanks a lot!!!!!!
I've got this photo today,my little movie stars LOL
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16  troll & dragon in Polymer Clay: Completed Projects by zooooom on: May 18, 2011 07:11:24 AM
Made of Fimo Puppen Miniature,some photos of the process



























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17  monsters (marionettes) in Polymer Clay: Completed Projects by zooooom on: May 16, 2011 08:42:19 PM
made of prosculpt,painted with acrylic paint



























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18  Re: cat marionette FIMO in Polymer Clay: Completed Projects by zooooom on: May 15, 2011 01:54:13 PM
This is awesome. I'd love to see a short video of him in action!
unfortunatelly I don't have any  of this one . So far I have only video of this my first automaton 


http://youtu.be/Qh52tUWcM30
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19  cat marionette FIMO in Polymer Clay: Completed Projects by zooooom on: May 15, 2011 01:16:49 PM
this marionette was made of Fimo Puppen miniature, primered and painted with acrylic paints











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20  Re: pinocchio tutorial in Polymer Clay: Completed Projects by zooooom on: May 15, 2011 01:05:44 PM
This is absolutely incredible! I'm curious as to how the controls work, do you have any pictures you could post that show how the the strings on the doll connect to the handle? (I'm not sure what the controls are actually called heh...)
Thanks!!! More or less like on this picture  



That is so fantastic!

A few questions if you don't mind. Is the Fimo Puppen difficult to condition? What type of paints do you use on your characters?

Thanks Cheesy

It's usually a bit hard when you start to warm it but it's not difficult at all. I use different kind of acrylic paints
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