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Polymer clay doll - entitled Things that go Bump in the Night

About Polymer clay doll - entitled Things that go Bump in the Night Things That Go Bump in the Night was created in a workshop conducted by talented award winning artist/dollmaker, Karen Whitney. Using her unique techniques developed from years of expertise, this little fellow was born. He hears a noise and takes candle in hand to investigate.
 
Polymer clay doll - entitled Things that go Bump in the Night
About Polymer clay doll - entitled Things that go Bump in the Night This full image of the boy in Things that Go Bump in the Night shows his long john night clothes with cap. He stands 16 3/4 inches tall. His eyes are acrylic and his candlestick and holder are made from the same polymer as his head, shoulder plate, hands, and feet. This particular polymer is Super Sculpey. (A lens flare filter was applied to his candle to enhance the light in the photo).
 
Polymer clay doll - entitled Things that go Bump in the Night
 About Polymer clay doll - entitled Things that go Bump in the Night A young boy's fear is revealed on his face as he peaks into the shadows of his house and his imagination.
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