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SO it started with a post on DM's Craft. My friend, tauster, was making The Mother of Monsters. He was using Marjory The Trash Heap of Fraggle Rock fame as his inspiration. I wasn't all that familiar with Marjory, although I loved what episodes of Fraggle Rock I got to see, but I HAD to do my own version of The Girl: I got further inspiration from our own alchemist's post: Magrat The All Seeing Trash Heap aka The Divine Miss Mags is a combination of the two inspiration pieces with a healthy dose of my own dubious imaginations. SO without further delay, here is Mags: The Door To Wherever: There you go. For those interested in size, Mags is a bit over 7" high & is resting on a base about 9" in diameter.
My friend Daniel aka tauser, from the DM Craft Forum used Jim Henson's Fraggle Rock character Marjory The Trash Heap as the basis for one of his Monsters. It was such a wonderful idea that I had to do a version of my own. She is just perfect for my Last Hurrah Project. SO... Here is Jim Henson's original Marjory: AND here is my W.I.P. version of The Trash Girl: Stay tuned for further developments...eventually.
...not to be confused with Das Boot. I'm planning on expanding my Spook Woods. This was an experiment with DAS Air dry Clay as the bark coating for the trees I'll be making. I posted this previously in my Last Hurrah Thread but figure some further feedback would be nice. This is with just the DAS . The branches are covered with teased out hot glue: ...Green Stuffed the branches & some shelf mushrooms: AND all primed up, ready for some paint. A Troll Volunteer to pose wit The Tree for size comparison: ...The Troll: ...& Friend: ...there you go. I found the DAS worked as easily as the Plumber's Epoxy Putty I normally use. It's as sturdy although somewhat more brittle. Since it dries slower than the putty, it allows a greater time span for sculpting, AND it's much lighter.