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Topic: Incogni-cthulhu, a yeti and a Jack-o-teddy  (Read 617 times)
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flyingmerlin
« on: January 05, 2011 02:04:35 PM »

So I was invited to the monster-themed birthday party of a friend I barely know. Crazy, isn't it? I had a week to make a costume and get her a present, and literally no idea what she would like. So I used what I knew and a whole lot of FIMO and hey, presto!


An Incogni-cthulhu fridge magnet



A yeti pendant



.... and a Jack-o-Teddy Pencil Topper.

So I am reasonably sure that everybody knows what a yeti is and the cthulhu is wearing  Groucho glasses so the investigators won't find him. The Jack-o-teddy is actually based of a fantasy creature called a "Jack-o-Bear" which looks like a bear with a Jack-o-Lantern instead of a head. Its from an amazing fantasy world called "Glorantha" which is featured in some fantasy role playing games that we both enjoy. But because I couldn't make it as scary as it was supposed to be, I ended up making a cuter "teddy version".

Right, this was not only my first ever attempt at polymer clay, this is also my first ever posted project on craftster! And sorry about the pics, I took them at four in the morning before the party  Tongue
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momcuellar
« Reply #1 on: January 19, 2011 07:49:59 AM »

I like the jackobear!  Thanks for the idea.  I have a coworker that likes pumpkins and bears!! 

Isn't clay fun?   
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