Monday, January 14, 2013

Chibis in clay


So I've recently discovered the joys of polymer clay.  I remember I used to play with Sculpy a lot when I was younger, and I've re-discovered how fun it is to make your own creations.

What I've done so far:






 
 
Chibi Ash and Puck, 1st attempt
 


 
 
 
 
 
 

























Tiny unicorn






























Chibi Ash and Puck, 2nd attempt




I also have plans to make Meghan, Allie, and of course GRIM, so stay tuned for more chibi clay creations.  No idea what to do with them once I fill up a shelf with chibi critters.  Hmm, maybe a giveaway is in order someday?

Keep creating,
Julie





16 comments:

  1. Chibi Puck is soooooo cute! Can i have him now? LOL.. I'll be waiting for Grimalkin too :)

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  2. So cool! The way you did the hair is nice.

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  3. yes! Give them away! Pretty please?!
    They're really cute! ^_^

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  4. They are so adorable! Lovely job :)

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  5. aww they r so cute *.*

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  6. Oh awesome!! Very cool Julie! I wouldn't be able to create something like that! I have no sculpting abilities!

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  7. Oh no....they are all so cute :* but my favorits are Puck and the unicorn :) i'm looking forward for Grim :D

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  8. They are sooooo cute. A giveaway would be awesome! If u come to faerycon, you should make them while you sit at your table and do some kind of drawing for them. So I finally started The Iron King. Ethan is so little and poor Beau. U r an amazing writer Julie.

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  9. Omg wayyy cute!:)

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  10. I didn't know the best way/place to say this, so I came to your blog. I wanted to tell you how much I love the Iron Fey series. I just read the series for the second time and was no less impressed. I love the world you created, the characters you created, and everything about the series. You have truly inspired me and made me want to be creative and write again. It's been quite awhile, but I've always wanted to create something like what you have. I've always loved the fantastical. I'm eager to purchase The Lost Prince and continue this story. However, something I've been wondering is how you came to all this Faery knowledge. Did you research as you went or did you truly know so much about folklore and fey? Anyway, you writing amazingly and I love your characters and books. I look forward to reading the other books you have written, as well. Also here is a tribute to you: http://becauseshesaidyes.blogspot.com/2013/01/obsessed-reader.html

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  11. Oh!!! Those are awesome!!!!! Maybe we, your humble and uncreative fans, can tempt you to make a spare set for a giveaway???? Pretty please?? ;)

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  12. Can you get any awesomer or talented

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