Posted Apr 27, 2017, 3:53:10 AM UTC

     I've been trying to do more than dragons, since I am capable of it and would like to have something to show for it heh. This one gave me some troubles, especially with the fins. When you try to do thin parts, sometimes you get lucky, like with several of my dragons, aaaaand sometimes you don't, like with this dolphin's poor fins, One flipper fell of while it was bisquing, and then the glaze got on too much, then two flippers fell off while it was in reduction, which I had to sift through ash to refind, then I had to glue them back on. I still like how it came out, but it certainly made me work for it!

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  • Apr 30, 2017, 4:26:37 PM UTC
    Wow this came out really good. I'm glad you were able to glue back on the flippers.
    • May 6, 2017, 3:27:22 AM UTC
      Thanks! I wasn't too sure of how it would come out, but I like the results too.
  • Apr 30, 2017, 8:14:35 AM UTC
    Oooh. That's nifty. Smile
  • Apr 29, 2017, 6:31:54 PM UTC
    For all the tribulations you went through to mend it I'd say this turned out really well! Honestly if you never mentioned the flippers falling off I probably wouldn't thought that happened to it; I like the pose you gave'em also.
    • May 6, 2017, 3:13:37 AM UTC
      I'm glad my patches worked well, thank you! I was thinking of how dolphins are on land, so this pose is what came to mind.