Green devil face

 

I’ve been messing around with Sculpey for a while now, mostly making little animals and gnomes for kids, but I saw this and in the spirit of onedownsmanship decided to try my hand at a green devil face too. 

 

devilface1

The “wall” is a bit of matte board covered in balls of Sculpey, and the base is a big metal washer to keep it from falling over.  I had to add a mound of Sculpey to hold the wall on it, but it is reasonably inconspicuous painted black.  The whole thing is a little big, but still within reason.

devilface2

For Egg’s sake, don’t touch it!

Then I saw another great idea here.  My version is definitely a lot cruder, but was fun.

owlbear-skin-rug

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  1. Great stuff! Thanks for sharing (glad I could be of some inspiration!)

  2. Both of these are awesome.

  3. […] Sadly, owlbears are getting to be as rare as hen’s teeth due to the fad for owlbearskin rugs. […]


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