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Posable Sea Serpent Detail by MaryBunnie Posable Sea Serpent Detail by MaryBunnie
Posable sea serpant I have been working on for a while now.
He's my first posable, I've been wanting to make one for a while so he's my practice :)

His head, fins, and tail have been hand sculpted from polymer clay. Then he was sewn, stuffed, painted and accented.
He has little pieces of blue glass embedded in his tail.
Fur is hand colored by me also :)

He is about 1 1/2 feet long.
Eye Detail: WIP:

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Commissions:~~~
I decided to start taking commissions for things like this besides my regular sculptures :)
Currently working on- poseable leopard serpant dragon for :iconkumoriyori:
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HappyTadpoleCarnage Featured By Owner Sep 14, 2011
He looks so silky soft... I'm partway through making my own dragony-serpent... Just have to wait for the oven to be fixed so that I can bake him! :D
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MaryBunnie Featured By Owner Sep 15, 2011  Professional Traditional Artist
Hehehe! He is :D I brushed his fur all nice and soft ;)
Aww that sucks! I can't imagine life without an oven!!! :O
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HappyTadpoleCarnage Featured By Owner Sep 15, 2011
I KNOW!!! Not only can I not make pizza, but I can't carry on with my dragony-serpent. However, it is sort of good because it's given me time in which I have nothing to do with it but reinforce the armature, so hopefully it will end up stronger. And the bubbly details on his little flipper-claws! So cute :)
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MaryBunnie Featured By Owner Sep 25, 2011  Professional Traditional Artist
Let me know when your oven is fixed! Reinforcing is always a great idea, it makes sure that your critter will not break in the future :)
I'm glad you like his claws! I love claws on creatures, so that was my favorite part to make and detail :D
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HappyTadpoleCarnage Featured By Owner Oct 3, 2011
My oven is fixed now, so dolls and pizza for me, yay :) Currently have finished the armature and am getting the clay onto it. My fimo is really crumbly unless I play with it for ages with warm hands, and my dragon is pretty big so it's taking a while. Is that normal?
Yeah, I'm thinking of doing a sea-lion next, so his flippers will have claws :D
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LovelyTwistofNature Featured By Owner Sep 4, 2011  Student Artisan Crafter
I LOVE this! He's awesome!
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MaryBunnie Featured By Owner Sep 15, 2011  Professional Traditional Artist
Thank you!!! :heart: that means a lot to me, he's my lil babay ^-^
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hippyshakey Featured By Owner Jul 31, 2011
how did you get the blue on his fur? i want to pattern my fur in some way but i keep being told its not possible to dye faux fur :s i cant believe this guy was your first hes amazing im a bit anxious about my first try but im trying the tutorial you showed me so exited too ^-^
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MaryBunnie Featured By Owner Sep 15, 2011  Professional Traditional Artist
Hiya!! Sorry it took so long to get back :(
I used spraypaint and stencils to keep the blue in a controlled area :) you need to do multiple thin coats and brush them or the fur will get crusty! It is quite possible to dye faux fur :) you can also get fabric spraypaint at the craft story Michaels! it works on faux fur :)
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hippyshakey Featured By Owner Sep 16, 2011
thanks ill give it a try when i have some money the though of using the tiny fabric pen i have for my dog was seeming a bit daunting lol
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