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1  Re: My first post- a Rasta Man Ashtray in Polymer Clay: Completed Projects by Houndkeeper on: June 26, 2009 04:03:24 PM
Wow, only 5 hours?  This would have taken me twice that and no where near as good!  His eyes are outstanding.
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2  Re: Revolutionary Girl Utena Coffin Box in Polymer Clay: Completed Projects by Houndkeeper on: June 26, 2009 03:32:04 PM
That is a very nice box.....nice work!!  I am unfamiliar with the story line but it sounds way cool and you did it justice!
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3  Re: Amaterasu Machine Age Maya in Pottery, Ceramics, etc: Completed Projects by Houndkeeper on: June 21, 2009 12:26:45 PM
Oh my goodness!  That is crazy good!! Very, very impressive.
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4  Re: Garden Tags - my first attempt at polymer clay!! in Polymer Clay: Completed Projects by Houndkeeper on: June 21, 2009 12:21:21 PM
Again, Diane B. you have been a source of great and in depth information!!  Thank you!   
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5  Super Boo.....a few pieces I made last autumns craft shows. in Polymer Clay: Completed Projects by Houndkeeper on: June 20, 2009 05:52:15 AM
Thought I would share a few misc photos I have of some pieces I made for last falls craft shows.  This first little guy I call Super Boo (actually, hubby named him).......I have made him in all kinds of different colored costumes.

Double double toil and trouble......these little Boos are brewing up something mischeivious!  I used a large, flat piece of glass (the kind you would likely see in a floral arragment) as the cauldren contents.

A little brook with wild strange mushrooms growing along the bank.

A snowman with sled.

Red bird on top of his house.

A bunny skating on an icy pond.  I used a mirror for the pond.

Penguins in an igloo

As you can see my polymer clay pieces are pretty simple.  I can't cane to save my life so I keep it simple.  I am soooo amazed and in awe at the intricate detail and depth of some of your'alls projects!
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6  A Day At The Beach in Polymer Clay: Completed Projects by Houndkeeper on: June 16, 2009 07:48:45 PM
Hello all......why didn't I find this forum 2 years ago when I 1st picked up polymer clay?!  Eeeeek, I have learn so much in the 1/2 day I have been logged on.  There are some incredibly talented folks on here.  Nice crafting folks!

Thought I would share the last thing a made just a few weeks ago.  It was something my mother in law wanted as a retirement gift for a co-worker.  The lady was retiring to the shore.........

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As usual my photography doesn't pick up well on details but there is a lady under the sand, a naughty crab pinching her foot, a sand dollar, sea star, sea gull (complete with foot steps in the sand), dune grass and some real shells.  In the surf there are two pilings and I used "snow" paint (waddayacallit?) thinned out for the breakers.  I used a trimmed down cheap bristle paint brush to stiple the sand to make it look more sandy but again, that detail is lost in the photo
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