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Robbie - Gravity Falls by Abi-R Robbie - Gravity Falls by Abi-R
Robbie - Gravity Falls

Figurine made out of Fimo-clay. (keychain made out of wire, stubbles out of black thread)

He was made as a birthday present. :,)
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CAMP1234 Featured By Owner Jul 30, 2014  Hobbyist Artist
nice!
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Gosuto-chan Featured By Owner Jun 26, 2014
Lol :D I love it 
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cadu9911 Featured By Owner Jan 7, 2013  Student General Artist
first time i saw him, my reaction: DAT NOSE
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lil-schadenfreud Featured By Owner Nov 26, 2012  Hobbyist
omg
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Pyroraptor42 Featured By Owner Nov 4, 2012
Lol, some of the Gravity Falls characters reminds to me the Muppets for their noses. This figure reminds to me them a lot more. Nice job, how much did you take for make this?
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Abi-R Featured By Owner Nov 5, 2012
Thank you! It took a few hours.
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Pyroraptor42 Featured By Owner Nov 5, 2012
just a few hours? I thought it take you at least some days XD
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Abi-R Featured By Owner Nov 6, 2012
I think it took about half a day :D
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Pyroraptor42 Featured By Owner Nov 8, 2012
Nice, it seems that you are very talented on it :)
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bo-tan Featured By Owner Oct 28, 2012
sfdlhbfsdlbhf OMG THIS IS SO AMAZING AHHH YOUR SCULPTING SKILLS ARE SO AWESOME Whsdfbldfbsdflhb
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Abi-R Featured By Owner Oct 28, 2012
XuX :heart: oh WOW thank you!! :heart::heart:
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bo-tan Featured By Owner Oct 29, 2012
:flirty:
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AJLeefan4life Featured By Owner Oct 27, 2012  Hobbyist Artist
I NEED IT. :icongfrobbieplz:
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SnuffyMcSnuff Featured By Owner Oct 27, 2012  Student Filmographer
Your crafts continue to surprise and astonish me :) really great work, think you pretty much nailed him in terms of personality. Love the way you made the fingers as well.
I have a few craft-related questions since I've also been dabbling with fimo clay lately. Did you make this out of differently colored pieces of clay or did you paint any of it? Also, did you make an armature for it (wire or the likes?) or did you just put it together from clay? If so, really well done since he's so spindly and all. Lastly, for how long and at how high a heat did you bake him (if you baked him at all? I can't remember if fimo is stricly baking clay or if it comes in the air-drying variety as well). You don't have to answer these if you don't feel like it, but it would be a great help for me to know a bit about someone else's process :)
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Abi-R Featured By Owner Oct 28, 2012
Thank you! :heart::heart: UvU

Nej, intet på ham er malet; jeg foretrækker kun at bruge fimo, det giver et mere professionelt finish i mine øjne. Jeg har før duppet mine figurers kinder med rødt for at tilføje blush, og nogen gange tilføjer jeg små detaljer med en sort pen ([link] denne figurs tæer er for eksempel tegnet på!).
Hvad angår skelet, bruger jeg stanniol/sølvpapir, ståltråd er svært at modelere omkring (men man kan godt stikke det igennem et færdigt ben, arm, etc tror jeg, prøv dig frem!). Jeg vil i hvert fald råde dig til at bruge en rund kugle af sølvpapir til midten af hovedet, alt andet er spild af fimo (+at det bliver lidt lettere at have med at gøre når der er et "kranie").
Jeg lagde de forskellige dele i køleskabet flere gange i løbet af processen for at de ikke skulle blive alt for bløde. Især hovedet og armene var vigtige at få i køleskabet før jeg hæftede dem til kroppen.
Jeg bagte ham på 110 grader i omkring 20-25 minutter. Jeg ved ikke om man kan få luft-tørrende fimo.. hvis det ikke står på pakken, skal det bages! Hvis der er mere må du endelig spørge, jeg håber ikke det her var for rodet, jeg har småtravlt så jeg har ikke tid til lige at læse det igennem, haha.. held og lykke med det!
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SnuffyMcSnuff Featured By Owner Oct 28, 2012  Student Filmographer
Tak for svarene! Jeg var mest af alt bare lidt forvirret omkring processen med fimo da jeg kun før har arbejdet med 'almindeligt ler' (du ved, det man bruger i folkeskolen) og det ler som animations skolen bruger som er luft-tørrende (eller dvs det tørrer sådan set aldrig helt). Den ene gang jeg har lavet en maquette med det ler var det nemlig den process du beskriver dér, med armatur af ståltråd og stanniol :) Med min Journey figur sad jeg lidt i den situation at jeg kun havde hudfarvet dukkeler til rådighed, så jeg tog chancen og malede det. Fungerede udmærket men det tog bare en helvedes tid... x) for fremtiden tror jeg jeg vil anskaffe mig et udvalg af fimo i forskellige farver i stedet.
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Abi-R Featured By Owner Oct 28, 2012
Det var så lidt! Det ser i hvert fald rigtigt godt ud, dit færdige resultat! :')
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burniikay Featured By Owner Oct 26, 2012
THIS IS REALLY GR9 OK
OK
YOU'RE GR9
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Abi-R Featured By Owner Oct 27, 2012
:heart: Gosh thanks ;u;
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psychedelis Featured By Owner Oct 26, 2012  Student Artist
woha woha this is sweet
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Abi-R Featured By Owner Oct 26, 2012
:heart:
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