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German Sloth
I call it the "German Sloth" because thats were it is now living!
Completely handmade, resin, apoxie, faux fur. Has a plastic positionable armature. 
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Glimmer Dog refs
The glimmer dog is completely handmade from scratch. Its face is polymer clay with painted glass eyes. The legs are ball jointed and easily positionable, made of paper clay, polymer clay and apoxie. The body is soft and positionable with a plastic armature. The face and legs are painted to mimic the color shifting of the sequins, with a chameleon paint that shifts from greens to purples at different angles. Not only is the body full of color shifts, you can also infinitely change patterns on the body by flipping the sequins backwards to black. 
It stands at about 18 inches tall.
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Glimmer Dog
The glimmer dog is completely handmade from scratch. Its face is polymer clay with painted glass eyes. The legs are ball jointed and easily positionable, made of paper clay, polymer clay and apoxie. The body is soft and positionable with a plastic armature. The face and legs are painted to mimic the color shifting of the sequins, with a chameleon paint that shifts from greens to purples at different angles. Not only is the body full of color shifts, you can also infinitely change patterns on the body by flipping the sequins backwards to black. 
It stands at about 18 inches tall.
Original design
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Bumble Bun
The Bumble Bun is completely handmade. It has a polymer clay and apoxie face. The antennas are wire wraped in thread and can be positioned. Its body is fake fur and has wire running through and can also be positioned. The wings are made of plastic and cardstock, they can splay in and out.
I think he needs a friend, maybe a Honey Bun? ;)

Will be for sale soon!
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Hello all! I'm sorry for not posting more updates and more critters. But i do have things in the works. I even have something finished and ready for a photo shoot! Its a bumble bee inspired thing and i can't wait to show you. I am also very excited about the project im working on now, a handsome canine type creature with a very unique fabric and coloring, he's going to be really special. I've even been trying to make him ball joint legs, which so far is working out well, i just hope i can bring it all together. On top of those two i have three other things all sculpted and wired up, just need to find my way back to them at some point! 

I hope you won't mind a little rant to go along with my update but its something i have to get out, its eating away at me and i hope some of you might have some advice to give.
So heres the situation, I was asked by a coordinator of a horse trail(Eventing) to photograph the show. They also asked another photographer and we decided to team up, well i decided to trust her and allow my photos under her site with an agreed portion of the profits. It has been over a year and she never paid me and has ignored every attempt to contact her. This show i worked for an entire week, 2 days of shooting(which included 4 hours in a complete downpour), 5 long days of editing, uploading and even setting up some of her own site because i thought she was lagging and its always important to me to get photos up as fast as possible. So after all of that hard work and nearly all of the orders featured my photos but she failed to give me any kind of reimbursement.

It makes me feel worthless, disrespected, it feels like she stole my photos, my art. I wanted those who enjoyed my photos to know that, that i worked so hard to give them a special moment from the show and i got nothing. But should they know that? Wouldn't it be unprofessional to publicly post that matter? I thought so, i thought it would be unprofessional to call her out and that it would make myself look bad as well, but it was eating away at me for so long and after months of contemplating making a public post, i finally did it. I wanted to stand up for myself, i honestly never have before. I was careful of the wording, i wanted it to sound professional, just stating the facts, nothing even negative about her just that i wasn't paid per agreement, i really just wanted to give her a final warning, a last chance before taking real legal action. The post was up for only 5 minutes. The first commenter proved my worst fear, they said it was unprofessional, and in poor taste and that i should keep this matter out of the rider's eye. It felt like a slap in the face and as if my heart turned inside out. But she was right and so i deleted it and sent the commenter a message telling her she was right and thanked her. 

But wait, why am i not allowed to stand up for myself and my art, my photos? She didn't pay me and she ignored me, she herself acted in an extremely unprofessional manner, and judging by her photography page continued to do so. Why am i not allowed to call her out? What if she does this to someone else? I feel so conflicted on this, i know going public was unprofessional but so many people bought my photos, shouldn't they know?

I will now start to take legal action. But if anyone has any opinions about making public posts i would be grateful to hear them. Thank you for reading my thoughts, even after being inactive for so long.

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Jesse
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AthenaAnubius Featured By Owner Dec 29, 2016
hi the scultures is your work?
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mooki003 Featured By Owner Dec 30, 2016   General Artist
Yes, they are all created by me.
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AthenaAnubius Featured By Owner Dec 30, 2016
You sell or you make them just for hobby?
sorry i dont speak english i use Google translate
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mooki003 Featured By Owner Jan 1, 2017   General Artist
I sometimes sell, but most of them i end up keeping.
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pinkythepink Featured By Owner Jul 19, 2016  Professional Artisan Crafter
:love: Thank you for the favorites, it really means ever so much to me that you enjoy my artwork! I invite you to add me to your watch so that you can see all the future beaded and stitched pieces I have planned! :blowkiss: Just think of the sparkles... :squee:
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kr1st1naa Featured By Owner Mar 27, 2016  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
Happy Birthday! :lol: 
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LeaOla Featured By Owner Mar 27, 2016  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Happy birthday! Birthday cake  icon 
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shipain Featured By Owner Mar 27, 2016  Professional Digital Artist
:iconbummiesplz:Happy Birthday! Have your cake and eat it too
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Baryonyx62 Featured By Owner Mar 27, 2016  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
Happy Birthday! :party::cake:
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Lintu47 Featured By Owner Mar 27, 2016  Hobbyist Photographer
Misc Emoji (Happy Birthday Bunny n Bear) [PMotes] by Jerikuto
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