Omg the cownicorn is soooooo cute! I love it so much.
The little baby dragons curled around dice are the most adorable things ever! The sleeping Loque'nahak is just as adorable!
Oooooo... I want the Frostwolf Pup... and the Pepes... and everything else, really.
The art style used is so adorable, done with a hand skillful enough to make it detailed at smaller sizes. I really love how the artist has done these Blizzard figures both faithfully to their in universe versions while having a unique flare to the style. <3
I love the fire elemental necklace! Awesome stuff, saved as a favorite!
I like Pepe on the rocket the best!
Brilliant skills, love the stuff she does. /graps everything and goes under cover
Such amazing detail for such tiny sculptures!Are they painted after sculpture, or is the colour worked into the clay? I'm guessing a combination (to my eye, the marbled earth elemental suggests it's in the clay, but the detail on santa pepe's chest suggests paint...)
I really enjoy the dragon wrapped around the d20. The necklaces with the different elementals are great as well.
I am speechless on how they mix colors so smoothly for the elementalsMakes me want to pick up miniature clay modeling!
I love them all but the baby murlocs are too cute!
Those treants are my favorites, also that Malorne is awesome!
I love the little nightmare dude. He's really cute.
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Love those murloc earrings!
I just want to thank you all for the lovely comments. I've read them all and I'm honestly speechless (and even a little teary-eyed). You guys are too kind. <3 To answer a few of the questions I've seen - Yes, that is an Evee demon hunter. Evee is cool. So are demon hunters. It only made sense.- I do use paint (acrylic) on some of the pieces you see above (Pepe on the rocket and ornament Pepe), but most are simply delicate mixtures of colored clay. - Yes, you can wear the jewelry without worry. Polymer clay is pretty tough, and these pieces will hold up over time so long as they are cared for properly. They won't loose their color or break unless they're met with enough force. I'm pretty clumsy and have dropped more than one project on the floor after baking without having any breaks.- Someone asked if there'd be more Wowhead charms/where they could get one. I honestly only made the one charm for this giveaway. I may make more in the future.I see a lot of people commenting on the Mermaid Murloc. The MERloc was something fun I randomly decided to do for #MERmay (where artists were creating mermaid themed art). The idea was so ridiculous I just had to follow though on it.Also, the ice cream elementals were inspired by the incredible artist Angela O'Hara's painting for the HoTS summer art contest. Check out her painting! And finally, THANK YOU Wowhead for featuring me. I was running around the house like a silly fangirl for days after being asked to do this. I'm truly honored. <3 <3
Amazing artwork! It's awesome to see people's creativity and passion not only for the games but the art that inspires their lives.
I really like the nightmare tree feller, though I think it would be the most fun if it was halfway through the death animation (cut in half horizontally and the top sliding off the bottom with a surprised expression). The laying down druid stag form is really cool, too. I love how these pieces capture the feel of the game's art perfectly!
My favorites are the trees that druids turn into. Especially the nightmare tree.