A Frog with Class

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beetleman
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A Frog with Class

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This is a polymer clay frog. Polymer clay is a clay you can shape and mold and you bake it in the oven to harden it. It is truely amazing what artists come up with using this clay. The frog is on a leaf about 4.5" long x 2.75" wide at the top. It is intended to be used as a center piece for a necklace. I thought he was cute so I took a few shots. I love the worts on this fella. His head is around 3/8" wide.

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Post by Erland R.N. »

I really like the pictures you've taken. They appear so crisp in color and sharpness. Full credit to the artist who made the frog as well.
Guess a strong necklace is needed to carry it :-)

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Post by beetleman »

Thank you Erland. I would have to say it is about the weight of a double stuff Oreo cookie. It is very light.
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Post by cactuspic »

You caught the wonderful sense of whimsey in sharp focus and glowing color. Marvelous images that put a smile on my face, Doug.

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