Garden Monsters

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Introduction: Garden Monsters

About: Hi! Always have a hard time with the about me section, never know what to say. ;) I'm an artists and just recently graduated with a sculpture degree. I started off with painting and drawing but something about…

These are critters I made for an art show "Lawn gnomes eat your heart out!" They stayed in my yard most of the summer before I started showing them in a few other galleries. I sculpted them out of a poly clay over a wire and foil skeletal structure.

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    DIYDragon
    DIYDragon

    7 years ago on Introduction

    ohhhh cute. I love them. How well do they hold up to elements being outside and all? I want to make a vegetable garden. Wonder if if I made motion sensor sounds to go with them if they'd scare away some critters stealing my veggies. :P

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    poofrabbit
    poofrabbit

    9 years ago on Introduction

    You should put a gnome in their mouth, lol!! That would be awesome! These are fantastic, nice work!

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    rimar2000
    rimar2000

    Reply 9 years ago on Introduction

    If they are made of clay, are terrifying and DANGEROUS.

    Always one must think of children, they are ideal for get problems, hurts, etc.

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    VioWolf
    VioWolf

    9 years ago on Introduction

    Thanks everybody! :) The clay is oven is a conventional oven baked clay, I had never used it before and decided to give it a try! I painted them with a spray paint made for out door furniture and then used acrylic paints over the top of that.

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    Polly PoPo
    Polly PoPo

    9 years ago on Introduction

    Great looking. They appear to be large - were they fired in an oven or made weather-resistant in some other way? Painted?

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    Pixie Puddle
    Pixie Puddle

    9 years ago on Introduction

    I really love these I know my mum would love one for her garden they are wicked, :)