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    my scratch builds from clay

    Hi these are a few scratch builds that I made out of clay
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    These are fantastic Amanda, you really are a talented lady. Love the all but my fav is the dragon.
    Sometimes...I remember better with my eyes closed

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    Thank you very much dear Katie you are very kind.
    The Dragon was my 1st scratch build since I was about 10 and tried to make a horse using plasticene(didn't work very well) and didn't try again until I done the dragon.

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    They're all excellent works! Moreover my boys and myself consider Nightmare Before Christmas one of our cult movies and You succeeded to work out a character and the Christmas Town so well ....
    You were magic to carry out such an outstanding work with clay and paints!
    Panta rei (everything flows)!

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    By the way, did You use a iron wire (and/or some inner filler) to make the characters skeletons/ structure first?
    Panta rei (everything flows)!

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    Thank you dear Cesare Nightmare before chistmas is one of my all time favorites too and my kids know it word for word.

    Earthworm Jim and the Dragon had wire structures to start but for all the rest there were no inner structures of any kind it is all just plain clay
    christmas town was plain clay hot glue and acrylic paint oh and some flashing lights that I got. Though I forgot to light the tree in the middle

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    Cool stuff. Thanks for posting it
    Makes me want to dust off my super sculpey, and get busy... Something really satisfying about creating a three dimensional object you can hold in your hand.

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    Lovely, Crafty Lady.

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    Thank you very much Rose I can also sew and have made period style dresses and cake decorating too just recently I made a castle cake for my daughter here http://mannafig.deviantart.com/gallery/#cakes

    Fuzatron thank you I agree there is something very satisfying about scratch building.

    Thank you very much Doc yes you could say that I will try my hand at anything that is crafty

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    LOL thank you again dear Rose

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