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11  Spiral Tree in Polymer Clay: Completed Projects by Think on: April 24, 2011 10:01:14 AM
Hi everyone!

Just a little item I created aptly called spiral tree. It was my first time working with somewhat of a wire armature and let me tell you it was difficult with something so small!

Hope you enjoy it!

Top view:

It's a lot shinier in real life, I think the gloss changes the look in pictures.

Thanks for looking Smiley
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12  Sir Gear in Completed Projects by Think on: April 24, 2011 09:39:32 AM
This guy was made using a base provided by Rose Art. They make these little characters called color blanks http://www.colorblanks.com/ and you design what they look like and such. I thought, hey why not give it a try, sounds crafty enough! He's made using watch parts, screws, polymer clay and acrylic paint.



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13  More Little Projects [img heavy] in Polymer Clay: Completed Projects by Think on: April 05, 2011 09:07:32 PM
A few more little projects I had worked on recently.

My attempt at an anatomically correct heart:

My Totoro, I have an obsession with my new mica powders as you can tell!

Generic mushroom

Another steampunk mushroom

Stitch mushroom

Enjoy! Thanks for looking!

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14  Project steampunk in Polymer Clay: Completed Projects by Think on: April 03, 2011 04:44:47 PM
This is a project I was working on. It is very hard to photograph because the container produces too much glare. I call it steampunk in a container.

It's inspired by the idea that the world had progressed into what we know know but those who decided not progress with times were forced into a world of their own. They survive by scavenging for scraps of metal and anything that could be useful in rebuilding the world as they know it, without micro chips and super computers.

A few pictures of the container itself:

And these are some clearer pictures of the figures inside:

Gnome dude



Flower/Mushroom (started out as a mushroom but kinda looks more like a flower)

Thank you for taking the time to look.

All feedback is very welcome!
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15  Mushroom! IMG heavy in Polymer Clay: Completed Projects by Think on: April 03, 2011 11:22:08 AM
Hi everyone,

Long time on-looker, first time poster. I've been a huge fan of all the projects here on craftster, especially this board. There are so many incredibly talented artists here! I personally have been trying out a variety of art mediums over the past few years and have just recently begun trying my hand at the art of polymer clay.

Christi Friesen, monsterkookies and azreno have been huge inspirations for my projects and I thank them wholeheartedly for sharing their amazing talent. I hope to one day reach their level of awesomeness!

Here are some mushrooms I have made (I'm new at this so they need a lot of work). I will be posting my steampunk project soon.

Enjoy, thanks for looking.




Mushroom house

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