*Overworking dellirium turned off*
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Finally I can publish those two figures! (but as I'm lazy I write a comment for both
When I got a commission on an imp Midna keychain I went searching for reference images as I didn't know the character and I found Midna's true form. It was such a beautiful and incredibly detailed character!
As it looked amazingly difficult to make I decided I would have had to make it. *she has pasta in her brain*. When I told my intentions in the comment of the keychain *manas101
commissioned me the chibi figure so I was forced to make it a few weeks after.
Those figurines have a long story... First I made one as prototype but after weeks of works I put her in the owen and she came out as blue as a Na'vi!
*never trust materials you never used before*. (At least now I know what material to use to make the Neytiri chibi figurine... -_-). Then, while making this one, the black clay finished and all shops were closed for holidays.
Also the way I cooked them is quite curious: as here it's very hot in summer my mother didn't allow me to turn on the small owen in the house or during the daytime I carried it on the terrace I have on the roof at 11:40 pm and I baked all there. My neighbourgs should have thought I had nuts in my head but they're not nuts it's all pasta. u.u
Also the eyes were quite long to draw as I wanted to make chibi eyes that keept the form Midna's ones. (No you're not totally unable to use paint on clay, those eyes are drawn in Photoshop. ^^) Not a detail, exept for the eyebrows is painted, all drawings are made with clay.
Again I have to thank *DarklordIIID
for his amazing reference pack that allowed me to make all details on this 3D figure. Other Midna figurines: Character: Midna true form from the game "the Legend of Zelda - Twilight Princess"
Materials: FIMO [link] and Cernit
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