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Steampunk GizmoDuck! Sculpted from scratch out of super sculpey firm, and plastic rod and tube. Painted with acrylic paint. He stands about 9 inches tall.
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azsungirl Featured By Owner Nov 3, 2014  New member Hobbyist General Artist
Is there any way you would pretty please make another of these to sell?  And if so, how much?
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SilveredGlasses Featured By Owner Feb 18, 2014
Freaking EPIC!
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SporklyOne Featured By Owner Feb 8, 2014
This inspired me to create an account here; I would buy this, if possible.  It is *awesome*.
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NancyUlrich Featured By Owner Nov 25, 2013  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
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
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DD-Ra Featured By Owner Sep 3, 2013  Hobbyist Artist
I am positively  flabbergasted !
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dracostarhome Featured By Owner May 9, 2013
seeing this brought back memories! sort of lol. was the "steam" done with polymer or is that dried liquid insulation stuff?
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Timbone Featured By Owner May 14, 2013
It's the dried liquid insulation stuff that fills cracks in between windows and walls, yeah. Very cool stuff for smoke effects!
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dracostarhome Featured By Owner May 17, 2013
you are fantastic to use it like this! ^_^
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giuliogolinelli Featured By Owner May 8, 2013  Professional Traditional Artist
Awesome!! Nice character Timbone.
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