Friday, August 8, 2014

Curse your sudden but inevitable betrayal!


[Stegosaurus]: ”This is a fertile land, & we will thrive. We will rule over all this land, 
and we will call it... This Land.” 
[Allosaurus]: “I think we should call it... your grave!” 
[Stegosaurus]: “Ah! Curse your sudden but inevitable betrayal!” 
[Allosaurus]: “Ha ha ha! Mine is an evil laugh! Now DIE!” 

If you are familiar with the awesome sci-fi series "Firefly", 
you'll immediately recognize this scene
 (Wash, Serenity's  pilot, playing with two dinosaur toys). 
If not.. what are you waiting for, go and watch it! : )

Anyway, I am currently re-watching the series, and I couldn't resist the temptation to recreate this scene with miniature clay figurines. I am quite happy with the final result, and I decided to make it available on Society6 as an art print (mainly for geeks like me, I suppose  :P )

This is the first time I offer any of my pics/drawings as prints, and 
I have to admit I am a bit shy about it.
For now, you will find it available as a (framed or not) art print, 
streched canvas, Iphone skin/case and stationery card. 

But since I am really enthusiast about this new project, I'll try to add more images 
to my Society6 shop, and maybe even some tote bags & tees. 

I really hope you'll like this, and of course it would be fantastic if the geeks among my readers (I know you are out there! :D ) could help me spread the news.. cmon, we're talking about tiny dinosaurs on a spaceship after all! : )

Also, in case you like my tiny dinosaurs, use this promo link  to get FREE WORLDWIDE SHIPPING
(valid until August 10, 2014 at Midnight Pacific Time)   




Ps: the original dinosaur couple I used for this shot will soon be available in my Etsy shop..


..along with an even tinier version I sculpted just for fun 
(totally not obsessed with going tinier and tinier, uh :P )



Well, that's all for now! : )
I wish you a lovely weekend, and I'll leave you with a super colourful pic I took to thank my Tumblr readers.. who are now more than 2K! 


Big hugs,

Mijbil



4 comments:

  1. I came across your blog from pinterest and I was wondering how you bake the polyclay figurines? Do you use a kiln or can you use a standard oven? I am looking for a hobby to take up my downtime and I would love to make, or try to make, some of these beautiful figures. Please help?

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  2. Hi! :) I bake my miniatures in an electric oven (not the same one use for food, though - just an extra precaution). A kiln is not necessary at all for polyclay! Good luck with your new hobby, I hope to see your figurines soon! :)

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    1. Oh thank you! I will be trying this soon I have many ideas that come to mind. :D Many thanks to you. I love your work!

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