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Lolly
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Comments & Critique
Written by Lolly on Nov 11, 2005
Yeah! Dragon critters are fun to make and make up, so I'll definatly make another one one day, although clay figures take me forever to do. ^^ Oh, and here's a few pictures of the drsagon critter I made- his eye looks bad, but I think the rest is pretty okay. http://img459.imageshack.us/img459/8796/clayfigure1ez.jpg
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Tobias
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Nov 12, 2005 
Looks pretty ^-^ What is it for, can you put pencils and such in it? It's really different to what I had in mind (a clay figure just to look at), buuut it's all nicely done nonetheless ^-^ (and same here, I usually spend quite some time on clay figures, especially with colouring it and everything *-* )
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Lolly
Nov 12, 2005 
Heh, since I like to have little trinkets with me all the time (I like to collect old earrings I find on the raodside ...you know..little shiny things X3)so I decided if I'm going to make something out of clay, why not make it useful, and not just for decoration, thus he was born. ^-^

Yeah, he is different from what I had originally planned too, but he's very useful none the less. ;3 Thanks for the comment, I'm glad I'm not he only one that takes a long time with those things. X3
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Tobias
Nov 13, 2005 
Hehe, that's true. I usually just do my character or my friends characters in clay, and it would feel weird to me if I made them a little box to put stuff into, but on the other hand, come to think of it - how about making a little fuzzy character that could hold your pencil for you in their paws? Though, it's probably still mainly for decoration, since you have to be careful not to break it (even though, one could use aluminium wire inside the clay to prevent that from happening too easily, buuut still, it's hard to model like that ^^; )

And you're welcome - it's usually like that: everything that looks good takes effort and thus some time. If you just rush to get something done, it's probably always going to look cold and rushed ^^;
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Lolly
Nov 13, 2005 
That's a pretty clever idea! Having a little critter/character holding something in their paws! Decorative and practical! But yes, you'd must have special clay to increase reduction to accidents and what not. ^-^;; I see your point though- having a dear friends character as a trinket dish seems a bit..I don't know..undignifying? ^^; Unless you truly knew the person well enough to know that they're appreciate anything you give them, and look at it on the sunny side- instead of just seeing it as a dish, ja? ;P..er..sorry for digressing. ^^;

Oh, and about the footbal match, did you enjoy it? ^-^ I am not really into any sports, but theres one thing for sure- watching the football in person is more fun that watching it on television, and DOING it it loads of more fun! Congrats on having you team winning, was it your collage/schools team or were you just watching a random football game for the heck of it? ;P
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Tobias
Nov 13, 2005 
Yush, I know what you mean - that and that I'd probably be scared of breaking it if I used it as dish - I'd rather treat it with silk gloves in all its dignity ^-^ Though, the idea with holding a pencil would be fun to see - hehe, you could make a little character that is holding your letters for you, ooor how about a little piggybank, being a cutsy character with a money bag where you'd put the coins into? (make sure you can get them out again as well - otherwise you could make the character look all confused, since they have no idea how to get the coins out again either X3 )

I'm not too much into watching sports as well, I'm more for doing them myself, and even then I rather go biking, hiking, skiing and all that stuff (I'm not too much of a competitive person, and seeing that two students had to be carried out doesn't really make football sport I'd particularily want to try for myself either ;P ). Still, I figured it'd be weird to be in the US and never watch what is pretty much considered the national sport here, you know what I mean? And it was pretty close too, soo .. I went there ;P And yush, it was the team of the place I take classes ^-^
(That aside people here are generally really loud at times X.x Can't say it does not irk me somewhat, since I'm more used to calm places ^^; Could it be that a lot of boys here are about .. uuh .. four years behind, the way they act? O.o )

Oh, and I found a little art store not too far from here, and wow, they really have a lot of stuff - most of which you'd never see in Austria *-* (I got myself some pastells just to try around with them a little ^-^ )
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