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Unicorn Shield

Unicorn Shield

Unicorn Shield by Firiel
Unicorn Shield by Firiel

Description

Description
Firiel
Mixed media assignment for school. I used cardboard, cotton fabric, sculpey clay, spray paint, acrylic paint, squeeze-bottle fabric paint, and an apparently unfortunate choice of wood glue. I wanted to make things as permanent as possible, but the glue kind of overwhelmed and bent the cardboard. <.< Suggestions for future technique would be appreciated. :)

I do enjoy how it came out overall, though. :) It's not meant to be a specific coat of arms so much as just a design inspired by heraldic patterns, with the exception of the crescent, which is affiliated with my place in my family's birth order.

General Info

General Info
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Comments 6
Category Fantasy » Arms (Weapons and Armor) Media Other crafts
Date Submitted Time Taken
Views 320 Reference Google Images for unicorn help. Combined cliparts.
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Vote Score 4 License Berne Convention

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Falconlobo on February 21, 2015, 10:54:27 AM

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Falconlobonice details^^

Firiel on February 23, 2015, 9:28:11 PM

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FirielThanks, Falcon. ^_^

Saltwater on February 21, 2015, 2:33:37 AM

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SaltwaterNice design and  good use of mixed media.  :-)

Firiel on February 23, 2015, 9:27:58 PM

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FirielThank you. :)

Morpher on February 15, 2015, 5:08:04 PM

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MorpherThis, is glorious. I am truly awestricken at this. The half lion/unicorn looks incredible, you certainly did excellent work on sculpting it. Defiantly an A++++ .... + work on this!

Firiel on February 15, 2015, 9:41:10 PM

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FirielThank you very much for the kind comment and the favorite. :) I've done some small sculptures before, Christmas ornaments and such, but this is my first time trying to incorporate them as a relief element. I'm glad it worked out to audience satisfaction. ^_^