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Commissions InfoI am open to creating custom-made sculpts and willing to take on most any ideas you can throw at me. If you are interested, please send a commission request via email (email@example.com) or Etsy (http://www.etsy.com/shop/lonelysouthpaw)
All sculptures are priced based on complexity (pose, detail, paint job, etc.).
Size proportions are based on height or width of the sculpture.
Pictured below are examples of the mini/medium/large sizes.
Mini claybies (roughly 1/2" - 2") $10 and up
Medium claybies (roughly 2.5" - 5") $20 and up
Large claybies & Wedding toppers (roughly 5.5" - 8") $65 and up
I accept payment directly through Paypal or Etsy.
Given my ever-changing grad school schedule, most mini and medium sculptures take 1-2 weeks for completion and shipment. The timing var
Frequently Asked QuestionsHi there!
My name is Ruby and I’m a polymer clay sculptor. I started sculpting back in February of 2012 and have been addicted to the art ever since. I'm currently a Physician Assistant student and do my best to squeeze in a sculpt or two during my ever-elusive spare time. I am a self-taught hobbyist and create sculpts of original, fannish, and custom design. Many themes of my fan art are drawn from popular video games, cartoons, and animes.
What clay do you use?
I use polymer clay for all my sculpts. They require baking to harden and is a generally versatile clay to use. I use a mix of Sculpey III, Premo, Fimo, and Super Sculpey brands. Most of my sculpts are made of translucent or white colored clay and I paint the color details with acrylics.
What tools do you use?
Like all clay sculptors, my hands! I utilize a variety of wooden and metal sculpting tools mainly to create sharp edges, holes, smooth crevices. My X-acto knife is my best f