Pichu Love

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Thursday, April 25, 2013
It has been a long time for an update, I made this super adorable Pichu ornament for my friend a few weeks ago. I want to give this ornament a sweet and girly feel, the concept is a garden of pink roses with two Pichus sitting in the middle. I wasn't very confident at first because I don't make figurines often and this would only be my second time making them,  it took me a while to figure out how to make and I had to study this  character well in order to make it as realistic as possible.  Love these cuties!

Pichu says: "hi~"
I love these shades of pink roses! So romantic!


I took photos of my work process:


 Here I made two basic shapes, and then add the other features. 
I painted the features on after the clay hardens after 2-3 days, I am not good with these, the facial expressions took me 3 hours to do. 
 I prepared a large piece of balsa wood for the base, cut into a heart shape and chose a baby pink colour and made the border. 
Finally, adjust the roses and put the two adorable glazed figurines in!~ >v<

I personally think I did a good job with these, it was beyond my expectation within such a short time. I love the colour and the overall composition, it's very girly and pink! It makes me happy by just looking at them.

I am very busy with uni these days, but I will keep uploading tutorials and updates on my Facebook page and YouTube channel, make sure you follow them :D!

Happy crafting!
Lisa

16 comments on "Pichu Love"
  1. Those look gorgeous~ The heart base you did for it also looks amazing.

    I'm also bad at figurines XDD oh well~

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  2. wow!!!very cute!!i like it very much!!

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  3. Lovely!!
    ♥ ♥ ♥
    Greetings and welcome

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  4. This is so cute! :D By the way, what matte varnish do you use for your Sweets Deco pieces?

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  5. love this <3 especially it is pokemon

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  6. Ms. Lisa, I nominated you for the Reader Appreciation Award. :)
    http://cloudswonders.wordpress.com/2013/06/03/the-reader-appreciation-award/

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  7. Hi Lisa!
    I live in Australia which isn't far from New Zealand. I've seen the molds you have use for your creations. is it inexpensive if you buy it at sophieandtoffee? Does teh shipping and arrival of your package took a few days or one or two weeks?

    Thanks, because i was thinking of buying the molds too

    :)) Anonymous

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    1. Hello, my parcel from S&T took around 10 days to arrive, it's a very reliable shop.

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  8. Hi did you use cold porcelain? ;p

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  9. What kind of clay did you use to make the figures?

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  10. very cute! Can I ask why does it look shiny? did you put something?

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