I've been following the forum for a while then I though I must share my own works with you guys, too
I discovered polymer clay last summer but I could only play with it for like a month and then I had to put all my clay in a dark corner of my closet due to school and some personal stuff going on. Then after semester is finished, I took 'em out and tried to make it up to them for neglecting them for so long. So these are some of the stuff I made out of polymer clay during the summer and winter break (total 2 months I guess). Any comments and advices are more than welcome!
The first thing I made was this blue octopus tealight holder. It was hard, and I made so many mistakes (I can still see some aluminium foil left uncovered) but I like how it looks, especially when I turn the lights off and light the candle, it looks really spooky
And later, this tealight holder came, as I love anime, especially Miyazaki's work. It took like forever, but here is my Spirited Away tealight holder, with Haku, Chihiro, transformed baby and bird:
And these are my little Susuwatari earrings:
I also made some weirdo rabbits and owls:
And hedgehogs, as they are one of my favorites:
I have experimented with different textures and acrylics with those above. And this one is an anarchist!
I also experimented with baked clay, silicone, acrylics and small metal studs and made these dangerous rings for myself. They are very strong and didn't turned out so bad but it will be really great if I can find a way to dye silicone or find colored ones. Because I mess it up once I take a brush and some paint at hand
For more stuff and pictures, please check my blog: http://kilpidesign.blogspot.com/
(My blog is in Turkish for now, but there aren't many descriptions, as pictures already speak for themselves. I will add more English posts as I improve myself and post tutorials and so on, though. But for now I am merely trying to sell the stuff I made on my blog, so I can buy more clay and do more stuff
P.S. Sorry for any grammar mistakes I've possibly done. I have checked twice, but well, you never know