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Emo Penguin Toast
« on: May 16, 2011 01:56:41 AM »

So I got a proposal from two friends wanting to have tables in artist alley at a convention being held in my hometown in July.
So I started getting ideas to make charms to sell. Need to perfect some things but it's going well. Cheesy
I made the display case as well..no I made the backgrounds and punched the hooks in, the display case is from work to display Passion of the Christ DVD's for Easter....we had quite a few left over.
Top group shot

Bottom group shot

close ups:

The Mario Luigi Hats

The Wario Waluigi Hats


Double Edged lightsaber

working on trying to keep them straight and nice. Its haaarrdd. I also glazed them with Sculpey Glaze.
Which oddly smells sweet.

Thanks for looking!
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« Reply #1 on: May 16, 2011 05:27:44 PM »

As far as keeping the sabers straight have you tried a piece of wire then mold clay around it? Could help there.

I LOVE the tentacle >w< The color, the curl, and the suction pads, my favorite! Are the charms in the middle L4D health packs? Those are too cute as well! I love what you've done here, all of them, good luck with the convention! Hope everyone snags them all up!

Always looking for something to keep me busy.
Emo Penguin Toast
« Reply #2 on: May 16, 2011 10:47:05 PM »

there is a wire through em but not all the way, I guess I need to do that. I had thought of baking them with foil bunched up to keep em straight but i'll try wire all the way through.

thanks! Cheesy
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