This is the critter I made. I made all the frogs out of black and red Fimo. For the basics on how to make the frog, I first experimented with Joanie's tutorial, Build A Frog w/Polymer Clay. Then I modified what I learned to match the picture I gleaned from the Internet!
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Red-Banded Rubber Frog Phrynomerus Bifasciatus Family Microhylidae Nocturnal, early breeder, calls from banks or on floating vegetation. Call is a beautiful melodious trill, lasting for several seconds. Eggs laid in large mass on water surface; tadpoles have a unique shape. Skin is toxic, during dry season takes refuge in tree hollows and burrows. Size to 3 inches.
African Grey Parrot
The Wild Bunny
Living Clay Productions
"From Western Africa.
Walking through the trees one day
A. mandrill. he. did. pass.
And as he walked away I laughed,
Uhmm other end.
"I decided to go against the normal animals one thinks of when thinking of African animals and went with a group of different critters, some which are probably familiar, some not. Hope you like them! (the teacher in me made me do this! Lol)"
"I ejoyed hosting this swap, thanks for participating!!"
"Another Creation From The Heart, Hands & Mind of Dragonborn"
A Day at the Museum, A Glance at Modern Art
"In all honesty, it was not so successful caned elephant that led me onto thispath, but I kind of enjoyed the process of having to come up with something new, to cover for my mess. I truly hope you'll like it, despite it's way into this world. Hugs."
Polymer Clay Projects
Online Jigsaw Puzzles of my polymer clay projects or
Online Jigsaw Puzzles of photographs I've taken in Oregon
Different desktop backgrounds.
Different craft offerings for your enjoyment. My way of saying thank you!
1) Coathanger Christmas Tree
2) Coathanger Wreath
3) Origami Giftbox
4) Tiny Hinges
Copyright 2004-2013 Colleen D. Bergeron.
Last revised: February 20 2013