Kim's Project Page
Every year people come to the Okanagan to catch a glimpse of our famous sea monster. Some people do, few people report it, and the occasional person will get a picture (though wouldn't you know the picture is fuzzy or the lense cap was left on?). Well, since I haven't seen him, I am basing my toy on what he "could" look like.
Hint: Before you start, trim your fingernails. It makes it easier if you aren't fighting nail marks!
Favorite Modelling Medium (fimo, crayola model magic, etc.)
If using fimo it might help to bake the critter inbetween steps.
Don't limit yourself to sea monsters. I am sure you have seen ponys, cartoon characters, etc. Remember that sculpture in miniature revolves around snakes, teardrops and balls. Almost anything can be made with these three shapes.
It helps to work under good light so you can see if there is an unsmoothed seam BEFORE you allow it to dry or set it to bake.
"Ogopogo" beach toy copyright, July 1998, Kim Bulback, QOM