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Mochi England Statue by XEPICTACOSx Mochi England Statue by XEPICTACOSx
It's a christmas present for a friend~

I sculpted it during my friend's art class after school when she hadda stay after to finish her art project. I then painted it at home with simple acrylics and used my fancy art marker for the face.

Ukraine's next, she's for my guy friend XD
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Critique by Tokosha Dec 10, 2012, 6:58:42 AM
DAMN.
THIS.
IS
CUTE
AS
FUCK
MAAAN.

everyone knows i dont care much for Hetalia but i know enough of England's character to say this is very fitting.

Time for tipsssss

The facial expression seems bored xD yea, fitting, but i would have made like an irritated face cuz, hes a douche bag xD LOL JK SORRY PEOPLE.

The right eye (when looking at photo) seems to have been cut short. It seems smaller than the other. And the colouring on this is cute X3 maybe you could have like for the hat tried to make it a bit smoother. It seems a tad bit jagged. And theres white on the hat too. I know this may have been your first time, but its adorable and im sure with help from friends you'll get alot lot lot better at sculpting soon :3
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outlire Featured By Owner Dec 10, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
Nice mochi sculpture!
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XEPICTACOSx Featured By Owner Dec 10, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
thanks!
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ScarletMoon-98 Featured By Owner Dec 9, 2012  Hobbyist Writer
OMFG IT/HE IS SO CUTE~ I'm gonna try (and probably fail) to make one!
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XEPICTACOSx Featured By Owner Dec 10, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
you can do it~! <3
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Tygermane Featured By Owner Dec 9, 2012  Hobbyist Writer
He's very cute!!
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SWEETLEMONLOVE Featured By Owner Dec 9, 2012
what kinda clay was it (this is such a great gift idea u fabulous person you)
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Tygermane Featured By Owner Dec 9, 2012  Hobbyist Writer
I would recommend regular sculpey. Don't get Sculpey III, it breaks easy and the colors change after baking. But for something like making a solid mochi it would work, you would just need a sturdier clay for any embellishments you may want to put on it. I can give you more info if you'd like :)
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SWEETLEMONLOVE Featured By Owner Dec 9, 2012
oh yes plz! iv always wanted to make things with clay but my results always end up derpy....or i nearly burn my house down with the oven
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Tygermane Featured By Owner Dec 9, 2012  Hobbyist Writer
This is all advice given to me by another polymer clay artist, so I'm happy to share her knowledge! :)
the strongest lines of polymer clay even when thin would be the following (most common brands): Kato Polyclay, FimoClassic, Premo, and probably also Cernit...followed by FimoSoft. All those should simply bend if stressed when thin, rather than breaking. (Fat-rounded shapes of any line of polymer clay should be strong though just because those shapes are inherently strong.)
The different lines of polymer clay all have different handling characteristics when raw, and likelihoods of darkening when curing, as well.
Sculpey III is more brittle after baking than most all other lines of polymer clay in any thin or projecting areas, so will much more easily break if stressed (...boxed SuperSculpey is about the same, and boxed "original" Sculpey is even worse).
She also gave me some websites that I found helpful! :)
Characteristics of brands of polymer clay
[link] ...click on Strength, Rigidity
Glues ...click on Some Bonding Techniques
[link]
Baking...click on Darkening and also perhaps on Propping
[link]
Permanent Armatures (inside the clay)
[link]
Sculpting-Gen
[link] ...under Websites, click on Whimsical & Simpler figures

I hope this helps you!! :D Best of luck to you! :heart:
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SWEETLEMONLOVE Featured By Owner Dec 9, 2012
thankyou so much i had no idea where to start with polymer clay!!!!!(and your crochet Russia bear is adowbz!!!!!) i really apologize to *XEPICTACOSx you may delete my spam on your comment page T0T so sorry!
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