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1  Even Dr. Frankenstein must've had a rough draft in Polymer Clay: Completed Projects by Shubette on: February 21, 2011 12:30:44 AM
Hi everyone! Here I've got my newly completed projects in polymer clay. I've only recently started using it, so comments, critique and advice are most definitely encouraged! Here's what I've come up with:

(Please forgive the picture quality; my camera is really a phone right now)

The brain is one of my earliest sculptures. I may have baked him too long; he's a lot darker than when I carved him.


This is a necklace I've made for a LARP costume. I'm definitely going to be adding more beads to this.


I haven't yet decided what to name this piece. For the time being I'm calling it my "Feminist Pendant."

Thanks for looking!
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