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Old 25th February 2009, 07:40 PM
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Yes! Robert is right! I agree in 100%. Ana, send photos to Schleich.
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Old 26th February 2009, 05:21 AM
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I've made mistake: not I, but YOU could made an awsome collection!

Ana, we are waiting for more!


Może spróbuję też coś stworzyć, od dawna przymierzałam sie do zakupu Fimo, ale nie wiedziałam, że można to kupić w Empiku.
Na pewno jest drogie, ile zapłaciłaś Aniu za paczkę?
No i problem w czym wypalać? Ja nie mam elektrycznego piekarnika, a podobno w trakcie wypalania wydobywają się opary, które nie są zbyt wskazane dla zwykłego piekarnika, w którym później pieczemy jedzenie. Trzeba mieć oddzielny piekarnik do tego. W sumie mogłabym kupić jakiś mały elektryczny.
No i trzeba uważać, żeby się nie spaliło :)
Joanna,would you keep it in English please..
Thanks...
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Old 26th February 2009, 05:24 AM
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Ana,i agree on those comments before!
Make it your profession!
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Old 26th February 2009, 09:11 AM
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Willy!
You I wish, but it's difficult. I don't know English so good.
It was faster to write in Polish. Sorry.
I asked about price, and where Ana bought fimo soft (its hard to find in Polish stores) and how she ovened the mandrill. Somebody wrote somewhere in net, for fimo You must have another oven, do not oven it in oven You bake coockies ore meat. And You must be carefull and do not fire fimo animals inthere.
Regards!
Joanna
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Old 26th February 2009, 11:37 PM
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Ok,thank you Joanna.
I was just curious.
I am always afraid to miss something,haha.
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Old 27th February 2009, 08:25 AM
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I know You a little so I was just waiting when You'll ask me about it ;-)
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Old 27th February 2009, 10:25 AM
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Well,i've got always something new on my sleeves,so its hard to know me...
My mind is always busy,i want to take as much out of life as possible...
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Old 27th February 2009, 01:59 PM
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OK, OK, Willy.
A little does not mean very good:)
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Old 27th February 2009, 02:48 PM
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I think what you have done with the mandrill is stunning, absolutley brilliant, not only have you sculpted a mandrill, but a very excellent sculpture of a dominant old male, who has positioned his body to prevent any one sneaking up behind him to steal what hes eating in a typical mandrill pose!
To use artistic jargon [which I generally dont like] you HAVE captured the very escence of what makes a mandrill a mandrill! Spot on, perfect!

If you dont want to make moulds , and from them plastic copies of your sculptures yourself small scale to sell [ if you do ,email me and I will buy models from you!] GO NOW TO SCHLEICH, with a sample of animals and ask for a job or commision!
Your sculpting standard is equal to theirs and you imagination for making an animal DO SOMETHING INTRESTING is light years ahead of their company!
And you have also judged an ideal size ratio for the mandrill rather than the often dodgy either too large or too small schelich scale for small or very large sized animals

Very seriously make some more animals so you have a portfolio of work and go see them or at least send them photographs, and see what happens!

Great work!
Thank You so much Robert! It's amazing to get such comment from person who work with animals everyday. Your opinion is very precious for me. Thank You very much once again
And as I said I will send my work there. My plan is to make four different figures and then send photos of them to schleich. I'm waiting for my tapir which is in oven, now.
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Old 27th February 2009, 05:01 PM
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Ana, WE ARE waiting for tapirs photos :)
Thank You for shearing with us Your custom made animals!
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