|16 Nov 2007|| Draco|
Aww... is so cute *heart heart*
Cheers from Draco
|16 Nov 2007|| Sherri L. White|
Wow...my daughter loved these guys ( so did I). Really good job on him. I'm a lousey judge on sculptures...cause in my high school art class my 12 inch statue blew up in the kiln and took every other statue with it!!! Good job!He is gorgeous! I can still tell pretty!!! Indigo R Wake
replies: "lol! thanks. Luckily this guy is made from polymer clay which bakes at a low temperature in any home oven, so they don't explode, although they may split in places if the temperature fluctuates "
|16 Nov 2007|| Heidi Hecht|
This reminds me of "My Little Pony" all grown up. I like it.
|17 Apr 2008|| Lyndsay Brolly|
you did this? Well done, looks like a toy! hehehe I loved my little unicorn toys... And I love this one too!
|30 Jul 2008|| Sarah|
although I agree with tamara on the head being too big i actually LIKE that feature about it, not making it too realistic anatomically really gives it more character
I LOVE it
|11 Sep 2008|| Anon.|
it’s fun the head is a bit big
|11 Oct 2008|| Anonymous|
I agree with Sarah: not being too "realistic anatomically" makes your sculpture all the more unique, and that you’re looking at something that isn’t just a horse with a horn on it’s head...it’s very beautiful.
I see you’re a Peter S. Beagel reader as well? You need to make a sculpture of The Last Unicorn, if you have ever heard of that novel?
Your sculptures are great!
|22 Feb 2009|| PsychicGirl25|
Wow this is impressive! I’m really artistic, but I don’t think I could make something as beautiful as this unicorn. You have some great talent.