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  • lost my fimo cherry!

    So... having been a regular on here in the turnery department and somewhat less so in the pyrography department I have come across numerous crafters out there that use Fimo. As I was somewhat of a sculptural artist when younger and still pretty good with my hands I decided to have a go with the stuff and after reading your comments about oven temp etc I have produced the following which is based on a drawing that I did some years ago. Really happy with the result and surprised at how hard this stuff goes! Comments and tips warmly welcomed!

    Ash
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    Love it!!!.....well done you!
    Sarah x

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    • #3
      Oh that's great Duke. How big is it ?

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      • #4
        Nice work... I haven't used Fimo since I was a kid! There's something that's great fun about it... I'll be yearning for Lego too next if I'm not careful (oooh, the £270+ Death Star is so tempting...)

        Si.
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        • #5
          You did a terrific job! Now....a gnome to live in it....

          Si -were you ever in to Lego Mindstorms?

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          • #6
            Thats lovely, beautiful finish.
            Carol
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            • #7
              Fantastic Duke, so pretty and such detail.

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              • #8
                Oh WOW! I love it.
                I have a bunch of little folk here would love to move in LOL!
                Watch out though Duke, That clay can become addictive.
                I bought a few blocks 2 years ago and havent burned out yet hahaha!
                Thats brilliant darl! xxx


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                • #9
                  Ah another talent, love this. I'll be keeping an eye out for more

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                  • #10
                    That's brilliant! No tips from me, you're obviously a natural! Just a pat on the back for a lovely make!
                    Emma
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