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Great Aaken by haffri Great Aaken by haffri
...on a yellow stick.

Yeah, that's van Dyken too. Everyone needs a refreshing obsession sometimes, right?

But seriously, I wanted to try Sculpey, and Van Dyken was fantastic (original version, I mean. Im not to judge mine, am I) and kinda simple enough to use him in the experiment.

And, also, who wouldn't want to have his own psycho to put on the desk.

Anyway, done with Sculpey III, with my bare hands and one unlucky needle. And a piece of wire for the glasses (yes, this thing on his nose on second picture is his glasses... which he wasn't probably supposed to wear in the book... but it wouldn't be the same without glasses.)

Photo quality doesn't really rock, I know, but I had to take the photos in somewhat difficult circumstances for taking photos.
And there's this yellow stick which didn't seem that bad when I was starting. Ugh.
And, well, there are some anathomy/proportion flaws and some inaccuracies comparing to the previous picture ([link]) but I won't specify them, maybe you won't notice :)

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Pier van Dyken belongs to J. Grzedowicz, design by me.
Sculpey III; 7-8 cm tall (without stick).
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sandaasu-fox Featured By Owner Oct 22, 2009
wow! Super praca!
Bardzo szczegółowa!:)
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StudioJsculpts Featured By Owner May 1, 2009  Professional Traditional Artist
Excellant work!!
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myszowor Featured By Owner Feb 28, 2009  Professional General Artist
fantastico! :) i jak ten sculpey? zdaje egzamin? bo ja sam chciałem sobie zakupić trochę :)
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haffri Featured By Owner Mar 1, 2009
No, moim zdaniem jest rewelacyjny :)
No, ale nie wypowiem sie, jak wychodzi po wypieczeniu (po skonczeniu pracy powinno sie wsadzic dzielo do piekarnika na chwile), bo tego tu nie wypieklam, a to moj pierwszy twor z tego... no... tworzywa. Bardzo chytrze uzylam plastikowego patyczka na 'szkielet' i teraz sie boje, ze sie zepsuje jak go upieke. Wiec nie wiem, jak wychodzi po upieczeniu.
Ale kilka godzin z suszarka tez ujdzie, ze slabszym efektem. Sprawdzilam :)
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myszowor Featured By Owner Mar 1, 2009  Professional General Artist
to jeszcze tylko pytanie: sprowadzałaś z zagranicy, czy też jakiś sklep w polsce to prowadzi?
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haffri Featured By Owner Mar 1, 2009
Hm. Rzecz w tym, ze ja wlasnie jestem teraz za granica i kupilam na miejscu, obawiam sie. Pojecia nie mam, czy w Polsce to gdzies maja. Chyba jest, bo kiedys na jakims forum widzialam dyskusje na ten temat- nie wiem jednakowoz, na ile ow produkt jest rozpowszechniony i czy mozna go dostac wszedzie. Prawie na pewno mozna to kupic gdzies w polskim internecie. Ale w, jakby, realu, to pojecia nie mam, przykro mi.
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Delceta Featured By Owner Feb 27, 2009  Hobbyist Photographer
lol...a z czego to zrobiłaś? O.o
a tak w ogóle to super itd itp etc nawet jeśli to Pier van Dyken :D
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haffri Featured By Owner Mar 1, 2009
Tym bardziej, dziecko drogie, tym bardziej, jesli to on. Kiedy ty sie nauczysz.
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skarpety Featured By Owner Feb 26, 2009
myslalem, ze zrobienie rzezby w takim samym stylu jak rysunki to trudna sztuka [; jestem pelen podziwu.

jakiej wielkosci jest ta glowka?
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haffri Featured By Owner Feb 27, 2009
Dziekuje :)
No widzisz, wiedzialam, ze zapomnialam cos napisac. Jak sie rozpisze w artist's comments, to lece, ze ho-ho, i nikt tego pewnie potem nie czyta (i moze to i dobrze), a zawsze zapomne o istotnych szczegolach. Rety.

Jakies 7-8 cm, razem z klata, bez patyczka.
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