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L Holding Misa Cell charm by snoday L Holding Misa Cell charm by snoday
L (a.k.a. Ryuzaki, a.k.a. Hideki Ryuga) from Death Note. He stole Misa's cell phone! ;O I'm actually kinda proud of this one. His head shape is a little off, and his hair is a little off, but I like him. ^.^ I also made a Light one, and a Ryuk one (that ended up being too big).

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Made with: SuperFlex Sulpey (rubber clay... it's not real bendy, but enough to get them in the bottle without breaking a single hair)
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MellosMistress Featured By Owner Jan 16, 2010
L in a bottle! XD Toss him out in the sea and see who gets him. or what. :D
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charmanderandmothim Featured By Owner Jun 27, 2009   Traditional Artist
how long do you bake the for?im afraid to bake mine cause i dont want to destoy them
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snoday Featured By Owner Jun 28, 2009
You have to bake them for a looooooong time before they break. They would burn and turn brown or black before that would happen. It says bake at 285 for 15 min., but I've left them in for up to an hour and a half before with no problems. In fact, if you bake them in stages (like 15 min., let them cool, another 15 min., and so on) it makes them stronger.

If you're still worried about it, one thing I used to do when I first started out was just put a couple tiny scraps on clay in there beside my figures. When you think they might be done, try poking the scrap with the side of a toothpick. (It will leave a little bit of a mark 'cus the clay's still hot, but if the mark is minimal, it's done.) After it cools, you can even try bending it until it breaks to get an idea of how durable your figures will be.

In my experience, if your figures DO break, it's usually at a seam (like where the head meets the body). Those parts are easily glued.
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charmanderandmothim Featured By Owner Jun 28, 2009   Traditional Artist
OMG!tank you sooo much!ill bake them when i get a chance!how can i thank you?!o i know!ill post a pic of them when they're all done^^first i need to remake misa..too big (again T.T)
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snoday Featured By Owner Jul 15, 2009
Yes, I'd love to see them. Thanks. If you keep making things too big, try measuring out your clay ahead of time. Measure how much you think you'll need... then cut that amount in half. Or 1/4 if you think you can handle it. :)
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charmanderandmothim Featured By Owner Jul 16, 2009   Traditional Artist
i made them then my sis squashed them -_-
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kaname0234 Featured By Owner Feb 14, 2009
do you sell them?
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snoday Featured By Owner Feb 14, 2009
Yea, I do commissions. I'm taking easier classes in the spring, so I should be open for business again in about 6 weeks. What are you interested in?
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kaname0234 Featured By Owner Feb 14, 2009
Well, i was wondering how much the L is?
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snoday Featured By Owner Feb 14, 2009
I don't know. I've never sold one before that I already had made. I'd have to find him and see what kind of condition he's in.
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