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More Skyrim stuff I made

Discussion in 'Visual Arts' started by Tanya, Jan 27, 2012.

  1. Tanya

    Tanya Well-Known Member

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    Health and stamina potion charms and the Amulet Of Talos
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    I am also making the Strange Amulet but it is taking forever to dry. I will post pics when it's done.
     
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    xSuoiveDx Dave, The Quiet One.

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    Awesome, I love them, You are very talented.
     
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    Tanya Well-Known Member

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    Aw! Thanks!
     
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    Tanya Well-Known Member

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    I turned the potions into earrings
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    Finished the Strange Amulet
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    Lemnisc8 Bunny Protector and Thalmor Killer

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    Tanya,

    That's EPIC. Nice job there.
     
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    Andante Roleplaying Moderator

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    Ha, ha you're like me. I've been working on a set of various pendants and amulets from the game as well. I'll get around to sharing them when they're finished. Nice work. ;)
     
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    Tanya Well-Known Member

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    Thanks! What are you making yours out of?
     
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    Andante Roleplaying Moderator

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    I've been experimenting with different types of oven-bake polymer jewelry clay. I've found that the "Pardo" brand has worked the best and is the easiest to handle, plus the colors mix nice and smoothly. They have a few varieties and colors that imitate the metallic look rather well, plus it's relatively inexpensive. At my local hobby store I got 75g of a single color, or about enough to make 4-6 pendants depending on size for about $4.50.
     
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    Tanya Well-Known Member

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    I've never heard of Pardo. I am still new to polymer clay but I have found that Sculpey is really soft and leaves fingerprints, Fimo is really hard and hard to work with, and Premo is a good in between. Sculpey has the most colors though, so I just use whatever color and paint it the colors I want.
    I can't wait to see what you made. Maybe you could give me a few tips.
     
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    Andante Roleplaying Moderator

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    I've worked with Sculpey a lot and when it comes to general crafts it really is a good choice, and paints really well. A bonus with Sculpey is that, after it's baked, it sands beautifully. Taking some fine grit sandpaper gently over the surface can really help with the fingerprint problem. ;)
     
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    I didn't ever think of sanding polymer. Thanks. I probably sound stupid but like I said, I'm really new to it so any tips are helpful.
     
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    sweet amulet you got talent
     
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    The Barefoot Nord I need some dragon scale shoes.

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    Yay Tanya! Those are awesome! Want to pierce my ear just so I can wear the potion earing!
     
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    Tanya Well-Known Member

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    Sure! I'll grab the ice and the needle you grab some rags to clean the blood.
     
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    Lee Rasta-For-I

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    They're great Tan, really good.
     
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    Moved to Graphics Forum in anticipation of it being renamed to Skyrim Arts or similar.
     
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    No way Tanya ! What an awesome idea ? Where did you find the fitted cork and string ? Have you considered miniature glass viles with colored fizzy water and sparkles inside.
     
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    All so cool! Great job!
     
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    Tanya Well-Known Member

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    Thanks! :D
     
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    Tanya Well-Known Member

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    The cork is actually just polymer clay. I painted it to look like cork. The string is just hemp string.
    I looked for mini bottles in Michael's but couldn't find any.
     

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