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THE EXACT NIGHT OF CONCEPTION OF THE PLATYPUS by Christian-Attridge THE EXACT NIGHT OF CONCEPTION OF THE PLATYPUS by Christian-Attridge
"THE EXACT NIGHT OF CONCEPTION OF THE PLATYPUS"
(According to aboriginal oral tradition)
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azizbodoh Featured By Owner Jun 24, 2013  Student General Artist
HAHAHAA
should do some other creatures like unicorns and the like....
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Christian-Attridge Featured By Owner Jun 25, 2013  Professional Writer
Great idea, so for a unicorn a mule and a what, a narwhal?
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azizbodoh Featured By Owner Jun 25, 2013  Student General Artist
i was thinking of a lonely mule who was making love to a seashell dildo.....
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azizbodoh Featured By Owner Jun 25, 2013  Student General Artist
shit, but i love the expression on daisy's face, tshe hath a nithe lisp and all thet.....
insthent empirically repeatable larfs
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Deliciousbutdeadly Featured By Owner May 2, 2013  Student General Artist
This is special XD
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Christian-Attridge Featured By Owner May 2, 2013  Professional Writer
Yay!
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Deliciousbutdeadly Featured By Owner May 2, 2013  Student General Artist
Lol awww. Have you ever tried making clay versions of your work?
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Christian-Attridge Featured By Owner May 3, 2013  Professional Writer
As a young curly haired lad I would love to make clay monsters, i actually shot a couple of stop motion shorts with me first video camera aspiring to put Ray Harryhausen to shame.

Many years have passed since this failed entereprise and i have not dabbled in clay again, however i do plan to again some time in the near future, I hear there's a new kind of clay called sculpey wich seems to be quite revolutionary.
Why do you ask, my dear?
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Deliciousbutdeadly Featured By Owner May 4, 2013  Student General Artist
I have fallen in love with the clay medium, and I feel that it has taken my creative ability and drawings to a new level. I am always encouraging people to try it, simply because it has been an amazing experience for me.

I think it's amazing you have made stop motion shorts! My sculpting instructor in college petitioned his university to actually have stop motion animation as a major. He worked with ( I unfortunately do not know his name) a notable stop motion artist who worked on a show in the United States called "Celebrity Death Match". It was a satire done in stop motion having celebrities fight each other.

I have yet to try sculpey, but it is considerably cheaper than using kiln fire clay like I'm used to. I have heard that creative paper clay is also excellent. I simply thought that your work would look amazing as ceramic tiles, dishware, or even sculpture.
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Christian-Attridge Featured By Owner May 6, 2013  Professional Writer
Ive seen Celebrity Death Match, its actually quite good, if you want to see some amazing stop motion animation check out the Simbad films of Ray Harryhausen.

Kiln fire clay? So you need one of em' special ovens for that?

There was this street artist I saw once in Brazil who made busts of people with clay in about 20 minutes, the guy was amazing, I didnt have any money so I didnt get one done but I asked him what kind of clay he used that dries without needing an oven, but he said it was a secret, lol. I wanted to know cause I was actually contemplating doing this to make money during my travels, I was backpacking around the world back then, he would charge the equivalent of 50 bucks and I saw him sculpt 3 busts in one hour, and there was a line of tourists waiting for him, Huzzah!
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