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Sample - Rasberry pie by Tariray Sample - Rasberry pie by Tariray
Meh, i liked the way the ice cream came out, but i wll never use lpc again to varnish, it has no effect and i have a sneaky feeling that those specks are actually air bubbles...

ah... this is an old production but the old photos were ugly so here are the new ones.

Polymer Clay
2 x 1 cm dimensions....
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grid-gunner Featured By Owner Aug 14, 2009
Cool! This stuff reminds me of a little keychain of a console game controller I had a long time ago. Very much done in a cutely shaped style and has a hook screwed in that kept coming off lol. Do you have to bake the clay to finish it? I would like to try to remake that lil controller if I get my hands on some clay. :)
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Tariray Featured By Owner Aug 14, 2009  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
yeah its polymer clay, bake it in my mini oven

I do not suggest liquid polymer clay for glaze i really dont.

if you dont ant that little hooky thing coming off, bake it into the clay with a little glaze around the part where they connect.

You ought to try and make it, stuff like this is cute!
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grid-gunner Featured By Owner Aug 15, 2009
Yes I would try, hmmm I don't have a mini oven though. I don't think I wanna use my "big" oven for a small lil piece lol. I'll see..... :D
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Tariray Featured By Owner Aug 15, 2009  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
no dont use a huge oven for one piece, i did that once and they all melted, and i wasted energy which is really bad.

try making many, i always bake in huge batches because my mini oven has no fan, hence the meltage, heat is not circulated properly, at leastwith a lot of pieces the heat is absorbed by more than one piece and you save electricity and energy, but the smell is horrendous.

good luck!
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:icongrid-gunner:
grid-gunner Featured By Owner Aug 25, 2009
The last clay sculpture I made was in high school and my teacher had a special oven that looked like a barrel to bake finished pieces.
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