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« on: March 25, 2011 09:24:35 AM »



I cannot for the life of me remember where the tutorial is for this project.  I know its somewhere on the internet for a stubby looking chicken.  I just altered it so its in pen form.  This was an xmas gift to a friend.
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« Reply #1 on: March 26, 2011 09:07:02 AM »

Cute! Cute!

The face looks like the ones done by Dinko Tilov (from Bulgaria).  The original lesson for his "boids" long ago was at Polymer Clay Central:
http://www.polymerclaycentral.com/castle/lesdinkobird.html
He also has a copy of that lesson at his site:
http://www.funclay.com/How-to%20Projects/bird%20with%20teeth/index.html

...After his lesson at PCC, there was a big swap there for "Birds With Teeth"--definitely check all those variations out!:
http://www.polymerclaycentral.com/swap_bwt1.html

I've listed more links for all his impressive critters and figures, plus his two books, in the Discussions and Questions board for anyone interested:
http://www.craftster.org/forum/index.php?topic=376534.0




 
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kiera-oona
« Reply #2 on: March 26, 2011 04:46:23 PM »

Cute! Cute!

The face looks like the ones done by Dinko Tilov (from Bulgaria).  The original lesson for his "boids" long ago was at Polymer Clay Central:
http://www.polymerclaycentral.com/castle/lesdinkobird.html
He also has a copy of that lesson at his site:
http://www.funclay.com/How-to%20Projects/bird%20with%20teeth/index.html

...After his lesson at PCC, there was a big swap there for "Birds With Teeth"--definitely check all those variations out!:
http://www.polymerclaycentral.com/swap_bwt1.html

I've listed more links for all his impressive critters and figures, plus his two books, in the Discussions and Questions board for anyone interested:
http://www.craftster.org/forum/index.php?topic=376534.0



Thanks for the link...and yes It was Boids that I did get the idea from.  My friend has a fascination with chickens for some odd reason....but thats not going to stop me from comming up with ideas :-)
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imera
« Reply #3 on: April 08, 2011 01:13:22 AM »

That is amazingly crazy, really funny Cheesy
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