So making Lord Monochromicorn was a two-part process. I curled one piece of tin copper wire in the shape of Lord Monochromicorn's twisting body, infused it in the clay, and baked him from his head and half way up the body with extra wire sticking out. Afterwards, I completed his hind quarters and tail, infused it into that same wire, and baked it again.
I might eventually post the pictures I took during the process, which might do a better explanation than what I just wrote, haha.
oh cool! I cant wait to start some stuff like this! Oh, do you use a special oven for yours? If you do would you mind telling me what brand and where I might find it? I found one but I'm not sure its temperature goes high enough. I ask too many questions. I SO SOORRY!
Haha it is no problem at all, I'm glad I can help you get started! I currently use a small Black & Decker oven I got from Macy's a few months ago. It's not the best in quality, but it has been reliable and bakes to the temp I need for my work. Depending on the type of polymer clay you'll use, I don't think you'll need an oven that goes over 300 degrees.