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Chibiterasu necklace by SirKittenpaws Chibiterasu necklace by SirKittenpaws
I was making him first for an auction then ~rbhoofprint999 commissioned me to draw him so it's hers now.

Character and Ōkamiden (c) Capcom

Commission info : [link]

Hope You like it :heart:

Made with Shrinky Dinks plastic and normal colored pencils
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Phoneix-Faerie Featured By Owner 22 hours ago  Hobbyist General Artist
this looks adorable :)
Goldsuncat Featured By Owner 1 day ago  New member
jujj :D nagyon nagyon NAGYON édes :D nekem is van , csak anyumnál . És a lyukat azt sima lyukasztóval csinálod?? mert az is összemegy nem?? nekünk azt mondták h előtte kell lyukasztani , de akkor az nem lesz nagyon pici??? XD  
ArticWolfSpirit Featured By Owner 1 day ago   Traditional Artist
omg so cute, i want one. where do u buy these machines? i really want one.
kaaslave Featured By Owner Aug 6, 2014
He looks like he's chasing a butterfly. :D
Sarosna Featured By Owner Jun 17, 2014  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
I absolutely fell in love with your charms! These are something I might want to try and do myself sometimes. I see you ink the lines of the this necessary or could I use stuff like graphite instead? I also read somewhere than you need to rub the surface with a sandpaper first?
SirKittenpaws Featured By Owner Jun 17, 2014  Professional General Artist
I don't ink it but most people do that: ink one side with a marker or something similar and color the other side, I use either graphite or colored pencils for the outline on the same side.
You only have to rub the surface if you have the crystal clear type.
Sarosna Featured By Owner Jun 17, 2014  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Thank you for such a quick reply :) I'd rather use a pencil for outlining myself as well. I don't really know what kind of shrink plastic the local stores sell but I'll have to try them out. But it's important that it's the transparent kind, right?
SirKittenpaws Featured By Owner Jun 18, 2014  Professional General Artist
The original Shrinky Dinks comes from the USA, they can sell their own product in different countries though, I tried a type they sell in Hungary as well, but it wasn't that good (it was a bit ugly to color on it but it looked more transparent when baked Serge charm by SirKittenpaws ) so I started buying the plastic from the USA. If you are lucky you can find it too.
The transparent is easy to use since you can sketch your picture on plain paper then just put the plastic on it and draw it over. I have the white type as well and the crystal clear, I haven't used them yet but I was just thinking about using the clear one to make fluorescent jellyfishes for my bathroom :giggle:
I suggest to buy the one that has been already scratched for it's sure that it made perfect for use. Bright white and crystal clear are not treated yet, I think they are better with markers used on them.
Sarosna Featured By Owner Jun 18, 2014  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Allrighty, thanks again :) It seems I'm very limited with material choises (tends to be the case here in Finland) but I'll try to do some shopping in the future.
SirKittenpaws Featured By Owner Jun 18, 2014  Professional General Artist
Tell me about it!
I can't even buy an envelope in Malta :giggle:
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