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From: OddFerret11/16/12 8:02 AM 
To: All  (1 of 5) 
Third(ish) time's a charm, right? I've popped in here a couple times before, but life stuff always seemed to get in the way and I could never keep up with forums. Just decided to give it another shot!
I'm Echo, I live in Germany now, but was born and raised in the US (mostly California and Nevada.) Female, married, six cats.
Mostly I'm kind of boring, so here are a couple links. :P

http://aetheriablue.deviantart.com/ My deviantART gallery, which has a newish entry after a few years of neglect.

http://www.etsy.com/shop/Oddball/sold?ref=shopinfo_sales_leftnav  My etsy sold items, because a lot of those things never really made it to the dA gallery. Nothing for sale at the moment, and probably won't be for awhile.

And I've run out of stuff to say here, so I'm off to other parts of the forum, possibly to complain about mushy clay. :)
  • Edited 11/16/2012 8:33 am by OddFerret
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From: Melody0111/16/12 8:30 AM 
To: OddFerret  (2 of 5) 
 69988.2 in reply to 69988.1 

Hi there OddFerret and welcome (back) to PCC. The link to your deviant art site only works if you copy and paste and leave off the &#160 that appears at the end of the URL of your post. Sometimes Delphi adds things to URLS and they don't work, but have never been able to figure how the how/why

Anyhow, you make such quirky and fun pieces. Sounds like you've had some challenging times and glad that you are BACK! Yes, the new clay formulas DO carry quite a learning curve attached. Lots of leaching going on in PC studios around the world for the past few years. Your Halloween diorama sounds wonderful. Hoping you'll be posting pictures soon.

Wishing you plenty of sunshine and lots of PC under your nails.

Anita in AZ


From: OddFerret11/16/12 8:37 AM 
To: Melody01  (3 of 5) 
 69988.3 in reply to 69988.2 
Thanks! Edited the link (I hope.) :)

Leaching, ugh. One of my unfavorite things because it requires patience and waiting and all that. Ah well, maybe the Pardo clay will save the day!

From: 7Jackie DelphiPlus Member Icon11/17/12 4:43 PM 
To: OddFerret  (4 of 5) 
 69988.4 in reply to 69988.1 

Welcome back, Echo. After seeing your Etsy shop sold items, I'm very happy you're back to the clay! We'll be seeing some new looks soon, I hope.


My Etsy shop:   http://www.etsy.com/shop/ThePleasantPheasant
My blog:            http://thepleasantpheasant.blogspot.com/
My Flickr:           http://www.flickr.com/photos/ThePleasantPheasant
Claypen Art:      http://gallery.gundo.com/gallery/the-Claypen


From: Leigh (SINCERELEIGH) DelphiPlus Member Icon Posted by host11/18/12 9:45 AM 
To: OddFerret  (5 of 5) 
 69988.5 in reply to 69988.3 

Welcome  back, and I definately remember the Oddball name but then I can't always renenber my name!!!


Talking about leaching, the fast way is to put the clay between pieces of paper like paper bags, typing paper clean news print, load up a few layers and "SIT ON IT" give it a half hour or so and your usually done or if its still mushy do it again, don't have to wait as long and you can do it as you do something else!!!





My Personal Website -        www. SincereLeigh.com



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