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Multiplying gourd kitties by ART-fromthe-HEART Multiplying gourd kitties by ART-fromthe-HEART
Where else do you think all these little gourd cats have come from? Bigger gourd cats of course! They're multiplying! XD

These aren't openly for sale yet, I'm saving them for festivals. The "momma" is the blue eyed tabby siamese, she's 9.5 inches tall. The "daddy" is the white and orange tabby, 7.5 inches tall. All the babies are 3 inches tall (21 babies in all, not including the previously made 10!) They're really busy kitties. :P
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Now this looks just like Pongo and Perdy with the 101 dalmatians, in a movie with all the roles played by cats! :icondragonlaugh:
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ART-fromthe-HEART Dec 5, 2012  Professional Traditional Artist
Lol that's so true! If only I could make that many in one sitting XD
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beckymillerartist Sep 29, 2012  Professional Traditional Artist
These are adorable! What do you use for the sculptural parts?
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ART-fromthe-HEART Sep 30, 2012  Professional Traditional Artist
:la: Thank you! I use air drying Creative Paperclay for sculpting all features. That stuff is amazing!
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beckymillerartist Oct 1, 2012  Professional Traditional Artist
Thank you! I have a job to build several fish and sea creatures for an underwater display in a dive shop and I will definitely try that!
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ART-fromthe-HEART Oct 2, 2012  Professional Traditional Artist
You might want to rethink using Paperclay for sculptures that will be underwater. Paperclay dissolves in water!

Apoxie Sculpt will work a lot better for what you'd like to use it for. Though it's harder to use (it's an epoxy based clay, mix 2 parts to create a whole. You only get 30 minutes of work time until the clay hardens too much to form) but it's AMAZING. Cures in 4 hours, hard as a rock and incredibly durable. Not to mention water/weather safe. You'd need to work in segments so what you're working on won't harden as you work, but you can add more clay to it infinitly.
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beckymillerartist Oct 5, 2012  Professional Traditional Artist
It's not for underwater - it's a dive shop and the interior is made to look like an underwater cave. It's all just store decoration.
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ART-fromthe-HEART Oct 8, 2012  Professional Traditional Artist
OH! ROFL, you're good then, Paperclay will work wonders. ;) Have fun!
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Jerseydays Sep 27, 2012  Professional Artisan Crafter
Sooo many cats!! :wow:
Oh I see one with floppy ears :heart:
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ART-fromthe-HEART Sep 27, 2012  Professional Traditional Artist
:heart: Yep the floppy eared one is an American Curl. ;)
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