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1  OC Super Sculpey figure in Polymer Clay: Completed Projects by Pauerkraut on: April 05, 2012 08:30:35 PM
I joined Craftster when I got the materials for this 3 months ago.. I finished it last month, but since I got the wrong sandpaper, it didn't get smooth and that ruined my morale so I lazy-finished everything after painting the pants. Tongue

Still, here's my first real super sculpey clay figure. This is Suta, a character of mine. She was supposed to be holding a keytar because she's a keytar playing pop star (of course) but that.. uh.. didn't work out. The hands are too close to the body to fit the keytar in between!

I did the hands and head out of Creative Paperpclay, which I covered in glue decoupage(? or something like that) and then painted with some cheap acrylics. It's not sealed cause I ran out of money for matte finish. Haha :'D

I made a lot of mistakes.. the hands are really messed up and the legs are too long (Suta is only supposed to be 5ft tall full sized) but.. it got finished and now I'm ready to start something new.

The lighting is pretty bad, which doesn't help the face at all.


The picture is smaller here, but if you drag it into the address bar, it should be full sized.. which isn't much bigger.
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