So, since I stumbled across some Sculpey in the store, I grabbed it. I'd never actually had some before this, though I have had some limited access to pottery/stoneware clay. It's fun, but its REALLY
soft stuff. It's so soft that this thing is 80% armature of silver coated copper wire and tinfoil.
If I ever get access, or the money to spend on it, I'd like to try Super Sculpy, instead of Original. I hear it's firmer, and therefore a tad easier to work with. Original takes the impression of everything that touches it, though admittedly it sands down very nicely to a good texture without much effort.
This little guy is a crossover- MLP:FiM meets World of Warcraft in my favorite type of Warcraft ungulate the Talbuk. I really wanted to try and sculpt a Talbuk to the correct proportions, but I'm nowhere near skilled enough to attempt something like that. So, since I do enjoy MLP, I attempted a crossover for the more simple shapes. This is the result.
I'll call it George, and it's going to be a Dark Riding Talbuk.