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post #11 of 25 (permalink) Old 01-08-2012, 08:27 PM
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Those are really nice! Are they like "actual sized" bettas? They look pretty accurate toward fins and such as well. From fins to the gill cover/operculum.

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Aha, I'll see what I can do ;) I'm home sick today so I have plenty of time, and all I need to do is ask my parents if I can ship them out! The question is HOW... mailing addresses? PO boxes? We shall see. I MIIIGHT just post an ad between today and friday of next week. Maybe, maybe not.

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post #13 of 25 (permalink) Old 01-20-2012, 02:40 PM
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Oh you make clay Bettas also? I thought I was the only "Clayer" on the furoms. Although I don't post my work. Your a great sculpist! I hope we get to see you around here offten.

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Wow those are pretty neat!

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imagine you could put them in the tank 0-o my fishies will be freaked out

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Thats a good point BettaLover507. Maybe you can make it in a glass feeling form where its like a paint that you put on it then put it in an ovej type of thing.

I did it in 3rd grade

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I wouldn't put polymer clay in the tank. My grandma is a polymer clay artist so I used her supplies and made an adobe house for my fish. When I stuck it in the water got really murky and I had to change the water. But I don't have a filter so it might be different for you.

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DON'T PUT POLYMER CLAY IN YOUR TANK. Polymer clay is oil based and made with certain chemicals that could possibly harm/kill your fish. If this came across as mean then I'm sorry but you really have to be careful about what you put in the tank.

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@Gamma: What you said was not mean it is just a fact.

Anyway, I was talking about a different kind of clay that gets a glass feeling to it when you use a certain paint and put it in a really hot oven.

I'll upload a picture of the clay/glass Gargoyle I made in a few minutes or so.

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