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    Arrow Fleur-Group. Clay Flowers - some new works

    Hi everybody!
    This is my first post on this site.

    So, check it out. Theese flowers are made from clay.

    C&C are welcomed.

    Last edited by HanSolo; March 25th, 2011 at 07:21 AM.
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    Incredible, how did you make them, and what did you use???

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    That is very cool. I am amazed how real they appear. I was actually thinking of doing something similar for my mother for mothers day. Do you think that look could be accomplished with super sculpey? If so I would greatly appreciate if you could post the technique on how to do them.

    Thanks allot and I hope to see more of your work.

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    Thanx for reply.

    I'm not shure about super sculpey, couse the clay I use is specually designed for artificial clay flowers, you can roll it out up to a petal thick. I dont think you can achieve the same result with super sculpey (i've tried and failed)...

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    Hi Hansolo,

    These are beautiful flowers! I love how you are able to get lots of petals in each flower because they are so paper thin. Very lovely!

    I'd love to make flowers like yours and searched on google for a supplier of Pando but couldn't find one. Do you know how I might purchase some of this clay from here in the U.S.? The only site I found was in Chinese.

    Here are some porcelain roses that I sculpted. They aren't very realistic looking because I'm not able to go that thin with the clay or else it will crack during firing. Page 2 shows the flowers after they are fired, glazed, and china painted. Here's page 1...

    http://www.wetcanvas.com/forums/showthread.php?t=324002

    Thanks for sharing your work with us, I'd love to see lots more!

    -Tamara

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    Pando clay is Luna clay, but with different name.

    Quote Originally Posted by Sculpturedolls
    Hi Hansolo,

    These are beautiful flowers! I love how you are able to get lots of petals in each flower because they are so paper thin. Very lovely!

    I'd love to make flowers like yours and searched on google for a supplier of Pando but couldn't find one. Do you know how I might purchase some of this clay from here in the U.S.? The only site I found was in Chinese.

    -Tamara
    Hi! Sculpturedolls and HanSolo:

    Your flowers are so beautiful. I love them all. You did great jobs.

    I have studied making clay flowers in Japan for years. Besides all kinds of fresh flower arrangements, I have enjoyed to teach how to make clay floral designs for years.

    Last Saturday, I had a floral desigan class at Huntington Memorial Library, San Marino, CA. I displayed two giant clay floral arrangements at the site in which one is more than 5 feet tall. Everyone is amused at the beauty.

    A Pando clay is basically the same clay as Luna clay, even somehow they have different applications. Both are made by Junco Flora School where I spent my years of learning clay flowers. Please visit http://www.megiecottage.com

    The clays are very expensive in terms of material. Everyone has to buy them directly from the School in Tokyo, Japan. As an alumna to the school, I am able to sell them here in Los Angeles, California, USA. If you buy a small amount, a package of 250 gram clay may cost you more than $15.00 in USA.

    For HanSolo, you are very good at making clay flowers. You do a great job. Keep it up!



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    cool stuff.is this clay baked or is it a two-part clay?

    It's better to be remembered as the sand in the gears and not as the oil.
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    Incredible!!!

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    Thanx for coments.
    No, you don't have to bake this clay.

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    Thanx for comments.
    Yes, these works need a lot of concentration...sometimes it's drive me crazy...

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    I Have A Friend Work In The Royal Garden In London , I Sent These Pics And He Can`t Beleve .

    Very Good Job !!!!!

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    i love the last flowers!

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    Thank you very much for comments. I really appreciate it! )

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    Ummmm...yeah... these are great! Why get down on yourself? It's great work!

    Keep it up!

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    For God sent not his Son into the world to condemn the world; but that the world through him might be saved. (John 3:17)

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    how did u color them?? they look really great!

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    This is just friggin awesome! I want to do stuff like that!! wow.. Impressed!
    Props for the realism!

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    Hi, Tamara!
    Yes, all petals were colored before the assembling.
    And you are right, for iris i used oil paint.

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    Thanx alot for comments, it's always nice to hear that people like it.

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    the raspberries do look great, but i think the color is a bit to bright/shiny. this makes them look a bit like plastic.

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    These are incredible!! o.O They look so real... if I didn't know they were made of clay, I would easily be fooled into thinking they are real!!

    Awesome, keep it up!!

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    Thanx for constructive critique, i will improve this part.

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    HanSolo. U Russisch?

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    Quote Originally Posted by panter View Post
    HanSolo. U Russisch?
    Yes )

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    HanSolo. Greetings. Beautiful flowers. You very equal stalks! As them to do show please..

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    Hi,

    Here the latest clay flower made by my wife Tarapat.

    Enjoy,

    Greetings,

    Hans and Tarapat.

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    no prob just glad to help.

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    dude.....your a F**King liar. those are real flowers ......c'mon fes up. But for real though they are so absolutely beautiful. I am amazed. I would never even think of trying to make flowers. i'm wowed.

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    Very impressive. I'd be curious to know how these are made. The first flowers look very realistic but reminded me of marzipan for some reason.

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    Your flowers are so beautiful.
    I made clay flowers out of Japanese Luna Clay also.
    In my website I have some General information and Tutorials.
    It may help someone who want to try.

    This is my website http://suphattra.com/

    Thanks
    Joy

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    Different clays have different effect

    Quote Originally Posted by egerie
    Very impressive. I'd be curious to know how these are made. The first flowers look very realistic but reminded me of marzipan for some reason.
    Quote Originally Posted by limion
    the raspberries do look great, but i think the color is a bit to bright/shiny. this makes them look a bit like plastic.
    You two have very good artistic sense.

    Yes, there are many different kinds of Luna clays. They are produced by different formula for different application. It just likes Tofu (beancurd). Some are extra firm, some are extra soft. Some Luna clays do have a neon effect that will give us a sense of marzipan or more like plastic one, particularily when it is stretched very thin.

    Here is my new website:www.megiecottage.com. Please visit me. Thanks.

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