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Sunday, February 22, 2009
Sometimes, you just have to turn down the intensity of the hobby a notch or two and do something that's easy and fun.
These snails are a result of what was essentially "doodling" with Sculpey. I like'em; they're cute; kids will love'em.
I think I'll search out a ruleset or at least a racing mechanic to use with these snails. I'll paint their shells with sleek racing colors, though their bodies will still be snail-colored with plenty of slimey gloss varnish.
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greatly enjoy your sculpy creations ever thought of producing them commercially? Great blog nice change from wall to wall historicalReplyDelete
Nah, I'm a "teach-a-man-to-fish" kind of guy - or at least a "show-a-man-how-I-fish."ReplyDelete
I'm lucky enough to get paid to do political cartoons; that's about as much art as I can share for profit.
cheers for the fishing lessons anyhow!will check out our Hobbycraft superstore in uk for sculpy type stuffReplyDelete