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1  Little Piece of Fan Art Based on PS3 Game "Journey" in Polymer Clay: Completed Projects by geekycrafter on: May 10, 2012 05:12:27 PM
Journey is such an incredible game that I had to make a little polymer clay figurine out of the character you play. The pink part is supposed to be a part of a sand dune since the game takes place partly in a desert. The figure is around 2.5 or 3 inches tall, made with Sculpey, and painted with acrylic paint. Smiley

Here's a back view...

...and a side view.

Has anyone else played this? I highly recommend it to anyone with a PS3. It's gorgeous, short, and a great experience. Smiley
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2  Re: One Tiny Doctor Who Thing Gallery in The Swap Gallery by geekycrafter on: January 28, 2012 09:45:42 AM
A couple of days ago, I was surprised with this lovely coaster set from mandymo13. It's full of awesomeness! Thank you so much! Cheesy

Here's a close-up of the box:

And along the sides of the box:

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3  Re: OTDWT: One Tiny Doctor Who Thing Round 3 (SIGNUPS CLOSED, MAILOUT: 2/1) in ARCHIVE OF SWAPS THAT ARE TOTALLY FINISHED by geekycrafter on: January 28, 2012 09:35:15 AM
I received my swap item a couple of days ago, but didn't have good lighting outside until this morning for pictures. Look for them in the gallery later today! Cheesy

Just finished what I'm sending out today, too, and will try to get it out before the last mail pickup. Smiley Here's a teaser picture:

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4  Doctor Who TARDIS jewelry box in Polymer Clay: Completed Projects by geekycrafter on: December 22, 2011 11:20:35 PM
A while back, I decided that I really wanted a TARDIS jewelry box. Since I was determined to make it that very day, I somehow got it into my head that I should use polymer clay. (That was the only reasonably sturdy material available to me without leaving the house, anyway.) I made the base, sides, door, top, and lid as separate pieces and glued them together. After painting and using spray on gloss to make it shiny, I glued a picture of the 10th Doctor's control room on the inside and added some plastic hooks for necklaces.

One of my favorite parts is the little blue light on the top. I bought a set of press-to-turn-on lights and velcroed the blue one to the top so I can always see inside my TARDIS box. I need to do a TARDIS jewelry box 2.0 and actually build it with wood sometime, but I felt pretty good about this one. Cheesy

The finished product was about 10 inches tall with the lid on. If I make a wooden one, it will probably be about 20 inches tall, because when I make myself necklaces the chains always end up being right around 19 inches long.

First, the outside:

With the door open...

The top comes off to reveal a felt-lined earring storage area, complete with little round mirror! Cheesy

This one shows the box with the light on, in a dark room.

If you'd like to see a video slide show of these images with a little recording of the blue light flashing (it can just be a steady light or a blinking one depending on how many times you press it), I did post one to YouTube.

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5  Re: Rubber Ducky Necklace Charm in Polymer Clay: Completed Projects by geekycrafter on: December 22, 2011 09:26:41 AM
chaz: The yellow paint was FolkArt, the orange was craft smart, and the white and black were Americana. I used a thin layer of Judikins glaze to make him shiny, though.

wendiek: I'd guess he's between 1 and 2 inches (closer to 1) from bill to tail. I don't have a ruler handy, but here's a picture of me wearing the necklace. Hopefully that gives you an idea of the size. Smiley

Thanks so much for the compliments! Glad you both like him. Grin
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6  Rubber Ducky Necklace Charm in Polymer Clay: Completed Projects by geekycrafter on: December 21, 2011 11:05:05 PM
I love this little guy! He was one of the first charms I made this summer when I really got into polymer clay. I was on a cute animal charm kick at the time. I started with white clay to make the charm, then I painted it with acrylic paint. Hope you like him! Cheesy

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7  Stuffed dalek toy (Doctor Who) in Toys, Dolls and Playthings: Completed Projects by geekycrafter on: July 31, 2011 11:48:19 AM
Exterminate! Exterminate!

I just finished this guy this morning. I'm surprised by how cute it turned out, especially for an evil alien bent on destroying everything non-dalek.  Smiley

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