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Hey everyone! Hope you are all doing well :heart:

I have 3 weeks off at the moment to dedicate to art and friends/ family stuff, which is amazing. We had a crazy 6 week condensed semester from September to October, and then I was on placement which was nice but is a different type of exhausting. I was placed in an acute care hospital on a stroke unit, so it was quite stressful but I learned a lot. We have one more semester of class in January (a normal semester this time!) with exams in April, and then we have two gigantic placements back to back that will take me to August. Besides one week "off" in February, the next 3 weeks is the last break I get! 

For art, I currently have 3 sculptures almost done that I need to photograph and list for sale. These are the kelpie/seahorse, the fairy wolf/kistune, and the "watercolour" Borealis kirin. In addition to those, I am working on a waterfall base with a sparkly vanner type horse atop. I have also started 3 new sculptures, one is a dapple grey andalusian unicorn (started in August) and the other two are just unicorn armatures right now, TBD. One is going to be pegged onto a snowy base. They're both likely going to be whitist grey/ dappley/ silver, but we'll see! I also have this weird demon horse that has been sitting here, and a few other projects I might pick up. Hopefully I can be super productive!

My august was cut short because I got super sick about halfway through, which was really sad! So now I'm trying to finish off the projects I started then. I'm really excited about the 3 current ones I have going, and the new 3 unicorns I'll be working on. 

There isn't a whole lot else going on besides school. I went to a few concerts in Sept/Oct, got to go to the Royal Winter Fair in November (horses, yay!) with WormsandBones which was really fun too! I climbed the CN tower again in September, had a student potluck on Thanksgiving, and am pretty sure I passed on my classes last semester! So life is good. 

That's all from me, I'm going to try to use DA a lot in the next 3 weeks, feel free to link me stuff! I haven't been keeping up with my followers or any new sculpture stuff on deviantart at all! How are you all?? :hug: 

Commissions: permanently closed 
Trades: permanently closed
Necrosis II by scenceable
Necrosis II
Necrosis is a ooak (one of a kind) polymer clay sculpture. She was handmade over a wire and foil armature, and painted in acrylics. She is about 5.5 inches tall and 4 inches long from chest to bum. She has tibetan lamb fur for hair.

I made a zombie unicorn ages ago named "Dessicate" who looked more like a recently injured, bloody unicorn than one that was properly rotting like Necrosis here. I tried to paint in lots of contusions and make the skin look more rotting and diseased. I quite like how she turned out! There really are not enough zombie ponies running around.

Necrosis is for sale on etsy: www.etsy.com/listing/200717235…
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Necrosis by scenceable
Necrosis
Necrosis is a ooak (one of a kind) polymer clay sculpture. She was handmade over a wire and foil armature, and painted in acrylics. She is about 5.5 inches tall and 4 inches long from chest to bum. She has tibetan lamb fur for hair.

I made a zombie unicorn ages ago named "Dessicate" who looked more like a recently injured, bloody unicorn than one that was properly rotting like Necrosis here. I tried to paint in lots of contusions and make the skin look more rotting and diseased. I quite like how she turned out! There really are not enough zombie ponies running around.

Necrosis is for sale on etsy: www.etsy.com/listing/200717235…
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Seraph II by scenceable
Seraph II
Seraph is a ooak (one of a kind) hippocampus or seahorse sculpture. She is made from polymer clay over wire and foil, painted in acrylic, has tibetan lamb fur for hair, and has fins made from fantasy film. She is about 6.5 inches tall. 

Seraph was actually sculpted over a year ago, and a full year later I finally got around to painting her and making her fins. I'm glad I waited as I used a new and better technique for the fins that I really enjoyed. She is very sparkly and iridescent all over, and has a swarvorski crystal on her forehead. I had a lot of fun making her!

Seraph is for sale on etsy: www.etsy.com/listing/200720029…
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Seraph by scenceable
Seraph
Seraph is a ooak (one of a kind) hippocampus or seahorse sculpture. She is made from polymer clay over wire and foil, painted in acrylic, has tibetan lamb fur for hair, and has fins made from fantasy film. She is about 6.5 inches tall. 

Seraph was actually sculpted over a year ago, and a full year later I finally got around to painting her and making her fins. I'm glad I waited as I used a new and better technique for the fins that I really enjoyed. She is very sparkly and iridescent all over, and has a swarvorski crystal on her forehead. I had a lot of fun making her!

Seraph is for sale on etsy: www.etsy.com/listing/200720029…
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Hey everyone! Hope you are all doing well :heart:

I have 3 weeks off at the moment to dedicate to art and friends/ family stuff, which is amazing. We had a crazy 6 week condensed semester from September to October, and then I was on placement which was nice but is a different type of exhausting. I was placed in an acute care hospital on a stroke unit, so it was quite stressful but I learned a lot. We have one more semester of class in January (a normal semester this time!) with exams in April, and then we have two gigantic placements back to back that will take me to August. Besides one week "off" in February, the next 3 weeks is the last break I get! 

For art, I currently have 3 sculptures almost done that I need to photograph and list for sale. These are the kelpie/seahorse, the fairy wolf/kistune, and the "watercolour" Borealis kirin. In addition to those, I am working on a waterfall base with a sparkly vanner type horse atop. I have also started 3 new sculptures, one is a dapple grey andalusian unicorn (started in August) and the other two are just unicorn armatures right now, TBD. One is going to be pegged onto a snowy base. They're both likely going to be whitist grey/ dappley/ silver, but we'll see! I also have this weird demon horse that has been sitting here, and a few other projects I might pick up. Hopefully I can be super productive!

My august was cut short because I got super sick about halfway through, which was really sad! So now I'm trying to finish off the projects I started then. I'm really excited about the 3 current ones I have going, and the new 3 unicorns I'll be working on. 

There isn't a whole lot else going on besides school. I went to a few concerts in Sept/Oct, got to go to the Royal Winter Fair in November (horses, yay!) with WormsandBones which was really fun too! I climbed the CN tower again in September, had a student potluck on Thanksgiving, and am pretty sure I passed on my classes last semester! So life is good. 

That's all from me, I'm going to try to use DA a lot in the next 3 weeks, feel free to link me stuff! I haven't been keeping up with my followers or any new sculpture stuff on deviantart at all! How are you all?? :hug: 

Commissions: permanently closed 
Trades: permanently closed

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Janine H.
Artist | Hobbyist | Traditional Art
Canada
:wave: Hi everyone, my name is Janine, I'm 23 years old living in Toronto, Ontario. I joined DeviantArt in 2005 after hearing about it from a friend. I am currently going to University, working on my M.Sc. in Occupational Therapy.

When I first joined DA I did a lot of traditional flat work - pencil, pastel, coloured pencil, and the like. I tried digital and did a few paintings that way but have always preferred traditional. In 2008 I tried sculpting, at first using apoxie sculpt and then switching to polymer clay. I thought it was really fun and soon became hooked. My focus has been mostly horses and kirins but I am always working to branch out and improve. I am very accepting of critique and honest comments!

I am generally very open to answering questions about materials and things relating to sculpture. I am slow with replying to comments and am sometimes slow with notes too, so it may take a while to get a reply but I will do my best. There is a FAQ section on my website that answers general things and a few tutorials in my gallery that should give you an idea of how I do things. However, if you have specific questions feel free to note me.

I am currently closed for commissions for at least 2 years while I finish school. I will still be listing items on etsy from time to time.


Thanks for reading, hope you enjoy your stay! :heart:
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:iconmeggys-makeup:
Meggys-Makeup Featured By Owner Nov 24, 2014  New member Student Artist
HEEEY! I MISS YOU YA SLUT BAG!! :P

how goes life? 

i like your sea pony as well hes very oceany
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scenceable Featured By Owner 6 days ago  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
oh hai

I need to use deviantart more. D:
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MyCephei Featured By Owner Nov 23, 2014
Wow, your works are truly astonishing! Thanks for sharing your talent with the world! :heart:
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Everything--Roleplay Featured By Owner Nov 11, 2014  Hobbyist Writer
I cannot get over how amazing each and every single one of your works is! The details are just mind blowing. I adore your equine creatures especially <3
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flickahorses Featured By Owner Sep 27, 2014  Professional Artist
hi can me put up your art work all horses on my pinterest?
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