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    Things are a little quiet around here... Hope we hear something from Marina soon. I'm feeling quite guilty that I haven't shared any new photos of Neia in too long - but she's packed safely in her tin while things around here are a little messy!

    Another little progress picture to pass the time...

    aneemal, on Flickr

    Almost ready now to give the body a first layer of primer and I also worked on cleaning up the inside of the head, but still deciding on exact location and number of magnets to use...

    Hey-ho

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    That is incredible work, I am enjoying seeing her progress, its very inspiring.

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    She's at once soft and otherworldly.... and also has some serious tummy abs! I bet she could fly kick like a ninja!
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    You sure said before but what material is this made of?

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    Quote Originally Posted by DJWard View Post
    That is incredible work, I am enjoying seeing her progress, its very inspiring.
    I'm glad! Sharing the progress really keeps me motivated. Thank you!

    Quote Originally Posted by mayple View Post
    She's at once soft and otherworldly.... and also has some serious tummy abs! I bet she could fly kick like a ninja!
    LOL! They look more accentuated because the gesso's inside the creases, but they should soften out with the primer. That's not to say that she can't fly kick with the best of them!

    Quote Originally Posted by Nada View Post
    You sure said before but what material is this made of?
    She is made from a polymer clay. The brand is Fimo Puppen, which comes in a couple of different skin tones. I really love it and would definitely recommend it if you like working with oven-bake clays.

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    Actually, mayple's right! Need to tone down the muscles methinks!


    Going to need more primer... by aneemal, on Flickr

    I worked some more on the arms, cleaning up the joints. She still needs elbows, then I'll surface the arms.

    OT: It's TOo Hot!

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    Ah thank you! I had it already on my to buy list. And I just bought some super Sculpey.

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    She is simply wonderful. I bet her diminutive size makes her lovely to hold in your hands.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nada View Post
    Ah thank you! I had it already on my to buy list. And I just bought some super Sculpey.
    Will you share with us what you make?

    Quote Originally Posted by skulptress9 View Post
    She is simply wonderful. I bet her diminutive size makes her lovely to hold in your hands.
    I'm so glad you like her I do enjoy holding her - in clay she has a nice weighty feel that will probably be lost in resin, unfortunately. I'm dreaming of the day I get her into porcelain, though she'll end up even smaller then!

    I forgot to add this picture of the headcap. It will use one magnet, but could also work without:


    And here is what I did yesterday - I documented the process of making another pair of hands:


    Follow the link for full size and an explanation of each step!

    Thanks for looking! ^-^

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    Oh, I just love this tiny sweet hands! Amal, your work is so inspiring! Thanx for sharing, dear! ☆★☆★☆★☆

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