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Constructing the Queen, it takes... guts
Brush your push mold with some talcum powder so you clay releases easier bur make sure to tap out the excess so u don't lose detail. Don't blow it out, u may get it in your eye. I molded two torsos and two heads. I cut one above the belly button and one just below because I originally didn't want to cut them open and wanted them to share a belly button. I fused them together with my sculpting tools and turned their heads in opposing directions like the queen on a playing card. I added their hair and decided to hollow them out as if some sort of mad scientist was trying to construct a human playing card queen. I then baked and painted her. I cut out a piece of cardboard and painted it like a vintage playing card. First one light coat allowing it to dry thoroughly, it was time consuming but attempting too much paint would warp the cardboard. I glued her to the card, and there she is my deconstructed queen

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Bat Ma'am
Bat Ma'am · Seattle, Washington, US · 13 projects
Thats super spooky and awesome! Nice job!

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