Commission Info!Seriously! Just contact me! I don't bite and I've always got time to answer your question even if you're not sure your ready to commit to a commission!
How much does it cost?
That varies to much for me to even give a base line. Contact me! We'll work it out togetherWhat can you do?
I can do quite a few things and I'm expanding often. A good indicator of the things I'm comfortable doing is the stuff available on my etsy! This link will take you there ► Showtimestudios.netI found something I like in your etsy but I want it as something else.
Rad! I do that! Like the doll food but want a totally different mean and as a keychain? I can do that.
That was short, right? ♥
FaQ Time! What clay do you use?
What ever is on sale really. I prefer sculpty III if I can get my hands on it but I'll use pretty much anything. For the painted ones it's super sculpty firm painted with NON GLOSS acrylics. What about tools?
I use these wood ones that don't have a name on them (bought in a set at the craft store) and some metal ones... Real helpful, I know. I avoid plastic because they have like creases in them that mark the clay badly. I also use a pyrex cutting bored. It's fantastic. Get you sum www.amazon.com/Pyrex-Kitchenwa… Will you be making any tutorials?
Not likely at this moment. but here are some flipping awesome ones. ( TURNS OUT I MADE ONE! the-erin-show.deviantart.com/a…
)emilysculpts.deviantart.com/ga…tsurera.deviantart.com/art/Gen…SOME OF THE BOOKS THAT HELPED ME!
-The Polymer Clay Techniques Book by Sue Heaser (The first book I got. Has a wide range of �helpful stuff that I apply everywhere)
-Dragons by Christi Friesen (Lots of texture stuff and really inspiring)
-Miniature Food Masterclass by Angie Scarr (I don't really do food but its gots lots of just for fun stuff and offers lots of techniques I apply everywhere)
-Life-like Animals in Polymer Clay by Katherine Dewey (even tho I don't do mush realisem knowing anatomy of similar bodies has been a huge help. Plus step bu step armature building. Good stuff) Even if a tutorial is outside what your trying to be when you grow up (in sculpting) Give it a shot. You learn something every time that you can use on your preferred stuff! Do you do trades?
Hmmmmmaybe. See above! How about requests?
I wish. You cats have some great ideas but sadly I haven't the time or money to do them...What's with the slang you use so often?
I think it's funny son. #swag
How do you keep your finger prints off your clay?
I cheat! I'm rather heavy handed so when I'm done, before baking, I lightly rub it down with isopropyl alcohol and it scrubs the finger prints off. Some people use clay softener but I'm not mega rich so I've never even tried it.
Yeah. I don't get a whole to many questions outside of commission questions.