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OLYMPUS IMAGING CORP.
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u40D,S500,uD500
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heart of ice close up by Sleetwealth heart of ice close up by Sleetwealth
close up showing her face and crown
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:iconaramismarron:
aramismarron Featured By Owner Jan 8, 2009  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
you really gave her the "mystical frosty look"
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Sleetwealth Featured By Owner Jan 9, 2009  Professional Traditional Artist
That was dificult,not quite how I wanted.
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aramismarron Featured By Owner Jan 11, 2009  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
yeah it's really frustrating sometimes that you cant turn your ideas into realities..like for my mermaid on her fins..
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Sleetwealth Featured By Owner Jan 12, 2009  Professional Traditional Artist
Fins are difficult to make look jsut right ,but you can make realistic ones with practice and the right material.
have you tried the fantasy film and fine wires?
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:iconaramismarron:
aramismarron Featured By Owner Jan 14, 2009  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
no not yet..the materials here(philippines) are really limited..we dont even have hair for the dolls..
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Sleetwealth Featured By Owner Jan 15, 2009  Professional Traditional Artist
I wish I lived in the philipines! heh heh one my childhood friends mom made the best food! Plus I dream of the tropics.

I live in a small town that has nothing so, I have to buy online.Here you can get irridecent films.
[link]
here's a tutorial for using it to make wings which can be adapted for fins.

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mohair supplier. her mair is the best quality, long and beautiful![link]
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:iconaramismarron:
aramismarron Featured By Owner Jan 15, 2009  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
thnx a lot for the link!!!i decided to use mostly clays on my mermaid project..i want to minimize the "fantasy" on it..and dont want mymermaid to look like the rest of mermaid dolls on the net..that really is a challenge..i have another problem..recently i added some patch of clay on already baked clay and it turned out looking different..i mean the color..and it really ruined the part..tragically it's on her torso..is there anything i can do??
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Sleetwealth Featured By Owner Jan 16, 2009  Professional Traditional Artist
The clay gets darker and yellower each time you cure it. best thing to do is under cure it the first time. Not cure it as hot or as long and add your second bit of clay. Then when your finished, do the final full cure time.
Also it helps when baking to cover parts with foil to keep them from darkening as much. If you do this you have to be careful of course.
if you have a light patch you can use a heat gun and a mask/stencil to apply heat only to the whiter clay. Or you can disguise it with paint.
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Yovanka Featured By Owner Aug 9, 2008
Incredible work!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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Sleetwealth Featured By Owner Aug 9, 2008  Professional Traditional Artist
Thank you
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