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Devil Or Angel 4 by wingdthing Devil Or Angel 4 by wingdthing
New piece for the week of 10/20/09. One of a kind polymer sculpture.

Something fun, an idea I had in my head for a while. A request from a friend made her come to life. Hope you enjoy.

Many additional photos can be viewed here: [link]

Available for sale here: [link]
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claygoddess Featured By Owner May 6, 2011
I must learn to paint eyes like that, so incredibly real.
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MihaelaLeuArt Featured By Owner Mar 19, 2010  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
and the eye balls? you pait them too?..or you buy them?
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KIARAsART Featured By Owner Nov 20, 2009  Professional General Artist
I like the realistic coloration. Do you paint with acryl paint?
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wingdthing Featured By Owner Dec 2, 2009  Professional Traditional Artist
Thank you! I use Genesis heat set oils.
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ScoutingForGeeks Featured By Owner Nov 20, 2009  Hobbyist Photographer
this is incredible, so realistic, I'd love to give it a try. Where do you buy this kind of modeling material? does it harden naturally or have to be fired?
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wingdthing Featured By Owner Dec 2, 2009  Professional Traditional Artist
Thank you very much! Here are a few places you can shop for clay.

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It cures in a home oven.

Best of luck!
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ScoutingForGeeks Featured By Owner Dec 3, 2009  Hobbyist Photographer
thank you so much :) I'd love to try some modeling :)
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raemae Featured By Owner Nov 20, 2009  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
It's polymer clay, which it needs to be fired, but its a lot of fun. :D I'm not sure which brand she uses in particular, but from my research Fimo and Prosculpt are two of the best.
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ScoutingForGeeks Featured By Owner Nov 20, 2009  Hobbyist Photographer
I think Fimo can just be baked in a normal oven, pretty sure I used it as a child, seem to think it's quite brital when it's done tho
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raemae Featured By Owner Nov 20, 2009  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Depends on the baking time and whatnot, from what I understand. Sculpey is brittle and tends to hold a lot of mistakes once baked, I know that. I've never actually used Fimo, but a lot of the artists that I have seen seem to swear by it. :D
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