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-SOLD-Posable Water Phoenix by Wood-Splitter-Lee -SOLD-Posable Water Phoenix by Wood-Splitter-Lee
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:iconcautionplz: Warning © -Original Designs-


:iconmoonplz:Commissioned Posable Water Phoenix-:iconmoonplz:


Sculpted head, feet, wings and tail. Soft hand made posable body, hand painted, even the eyes and fur. :)

© -Original Designs-
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:iconqueenmariann:
queenmariann Featured By Owner Apr 17, 2014
Amazing.:D (Big Grin) 
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Glacialwolf13 Featured By Owner Aug 2, 2013  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
i love it!!! ore those icicle things on the water phoenix's back clay or something else?
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moondustfox Featured By Owner May 18, 2013  Professional General Artist
Hi!! My name is moondustfox!! I named myself after one of my favorite pieces of your art, the posable moondustfox! I'm saving some money to bid for your newest animals!! I think you are a very great artist!! Did you take sculpting classes? What kind of paint and clay do use? About how much do your animals sell for? I'm very sorry that I'm bothering you with these questions. I'm just curious how you do it! I drew a picture of you with your animals! I hope you like it! Please don't be offended by it... I'm not that good at drawing! if you want to see animals that look lke yours, go to my profile and check out my drawings! I just want to say that when I first learned about you, I started to draw these animals! Thank you for giving me the ideas!! Please tell me about any animals you make, I want to see how much they bid for so I can save up hweve much I need! Thanks aq million, Moondustfox
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Wood-Splitter-Lee Featured By Owner May 21, 2013  Professional Traditional Artist
Oh! Hello there I must have overlooked this message, my apology's. :thanks: Oh my goodness! I love the picture you drew with me and all my creatures! (I've set this picture as my desk top background for my computer and will save it forever!) :hug: You did a beautiful job drawing them all must have taken quite a while! Now to answer your questions, I've never taken art classes and am self taught. I thank God every day for the natural ability's he's blessed me with, I just enjoy creating. :) The paint I use is the regular acrylics you can find at Walmart and the clay I use is the regular white sculpy clay you can also find at Walmart. ;) As for the creatures, the winning bids for them on ebay rage from $350 to $800. I loved seeing your work and thank you for such kind words! I hope you are the winner of a very special poseable creature very soon!

Have a wonderful day!

Lee Cross
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:iconmoondustfox:
moondustfox Featured By Owner May 21, 2013  Professional General Artist
Thank you for answering! When I first learned about you, I wanted to sculpt things like you do. I went to an art store and bought Crayola Air Dry clay, but I then found out right after I did a horned wolf head that Crayola CRACKS. So I've been looking for a clay that doesn't crack. Does regualar white Sculpey ever crack? I hope not...
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Wood-Splitter-Lee Featured By Owner May 21, 2013  Professional Traditional Artist
How exciting! No need to worry about sculpy clay cracking, only the massive full sculptures I created broke out in small cracks here and there but they were easily fixed with super glue gel. :)
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moondustfox Featured By Owner May 21, 2013  Professional General Artist
Oh thank goodness! I was also wondering, do you smooth things out with water? When I did, the clay cracked. Well, I was using crayola. One time, I made a long eared fox, but the left ear broke off and I panicked. The ear had dried before it broke off, so I couldn't reatach it, no matter how much clay I used. I got upset when I had to throw away the whole thing. I couldn't use super glue because the clay absorbed it. What do you do when a strong and thick piece breaks off?
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Wood-Splitter-Lee Featured By Owner May 21, 2013  Professional Traditional Artist
a little Vaseline gel kneaded into the "oven bake" sculpy clay will make it softer and smoother most definitely. If there is a break, "Crazy Supper Glue Gel" will repair a baked break like new! :la:
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moondustfox Featured By Owner May 22, 2013  Professional General Artist
Og Good! Thank you for telling me all these things! I'm an amature, so I don't really have any strategies! I'll be looking on Ebay to see how much your Fantasy Fire Wolf sells for! I love it!
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crochetkitty29 Featured By Owner Apr 26, 2013
how did u hand paint the eyes and fur
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