Timbone, I've got a polymer clay website and I'd like to feature you and your Steampunk GizmoDuck on a page that I'm doing on super sculpey firm. So many people bypass this clay because its very firm and it only comes in that dark gray color. But this is a great example of sculpting and the use of added color on this clay. I'd like to ask you a few more questions on how you use the clay and its pros and cons, sort of a mini-interview. I'd give you a link back to either this page or your website or both. I'd rather give an artist familiar with the material a platform for displaying their skill and art rather than trying to fake knowledge of the material. I'm much more familiar with Premo, Fimo and the liquid clays. My site is PolymerClayer.com. Just click on the More... link under my photo on the left column. Thanks. ~ Nancy
Words cannot express how amazing this is. Or how much I would pay to own this. Simply incredible! Gizmoduck is one of my all-time favorites and Disney has barely ever released any merchandise with him. I have one tiny PVC figurine. That's it.
Yeah I never saw a whole lot of stuff for GizmoDuck. I'd get something well sculpted if it was available. I remember he was in the Duck Tales video game and I hope he will make an appearance in the new version that's out this summer! But please inquire with an offer if you like!
This is an amazing piece of work! The attention to detail and rusty/bronze look to it really adds to it's motif and authentic steampunkiness (that isnt a word, but im totally going for it!) I am just completely blown away by the small details; from the rivets to the amazing logo on his chest. Looks like you put a mess of time and love into him and I think it definitely paid off!
Thank you so much for taking the time to create such a fantastic piece of work!