Commission - King Candy Cybug

Please note, this piece was a commission and is not for sale. While I do take commissions (see below), I do not remake pieces that I have already made. Thank you for your understanding.

About : I can’t believe this is finally done! This is definitely one of the stranger pieces I worked on, but I am really happy with the results! Sanding down all those little parts was pretty insane, but worth it in the end. The vanish brought this guy to life! The wings are semi translucent and shimmery. There is a matching shimmer on the tail wisps and the the candy neck/tie.

Materials : 70% Super Sculpey & Sculpey Firm, 20% Apoxie Sculpt, 10% Premo!, Wire and Foil Armature, Acrylic Paints, Wood Base

Dimensions : 9" tall, 10" long, 8x10" base

Time Taken : 38 hours

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I will have VERY limited commission slots available on March 15, 2014. This is the day I begin accepting payments so get your quote request in early! To read my commission policy, pricing, and information on how to get a slot, go here.


Traditional animation is a great way to explore character personalities before committing to final rigs or designs. In this test for Wreck it Ralph animator Sarah Airriess explores Gene of the Nicelanders before the rig and eventual animation language was finalized.

via Living Lines

Excited to be giving away these super cute pieces from @shop398point2 during The DisneyBound Scavenger Hunt this week at Walt Disney World! Stay tuned for my whereabouts - if you’re DisneyBounding when you find me, you can claim a prize! @thedisneybound #disney #disneybound #toystory #wreckitralph #fashion