The Handmaid (adult) - MS Paint Adventures - Homestuck



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The amazing SachikoYumi encouraged me to do this again ;w; I'm so excited, I'm really glad that she convinced me to do it <3 <3 <3 Ancestors grouuuup!!!

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- posted on 17 March, 2012 - 15:06
Omg erin <3! YES YES!! IM so glad i managed to change your mind usdushdsudshd we shall get some bloody brilliant photos <3 <3 <3 ANCESTORS GO GO

No thanks posted on 18 March, 2012 - 03:01
DEM HORNS GURL. is that seriously just two packs of fimo light? Where the hell are you getting it from xD are they hollow?

Karakulz posted on 20 May, 2012 - 21:24
Wow, Looks awesome! Those Horns are Brilliant! ^^

amayhun posted on 20 May, 2012 - 21:36
Everything looks amazing so far, I love the dress :) And the horns look so good!

Einmyria posted on 20 May, 2012 - 21:58
Looks amazing! the horns are epic ^^

Amy-Lou posted on 3 January, 2013 - 11:21
It's a good thing I like you more than I hate gifs ;) I love your Handmaid. The horns must have been incredibly fiddly to make and you've got all the details down, even the little traily bit on the dress <3

NimbleLight posted on 8 February, 2013 - 20:34
WOWOWOWOWOWOWOWOOW!!!! Such A Cutiee <3 And How did you make your horn attach ?? Like how do they stay on ??? *too cuute <3

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Progress Journal

21st May 2012

Horns done!

Most awkward things to sand and paint EVER.

21st May 2012

Horn Painting Progress

Just a quick base coat

18th March 2012

Horns Progress 2

Ran out of expanding foam and that shit's expensive so I bulked up the rest with tinfoil. Then I wrapped it all in masking tape (used an entire roll for each horn) to cover any holes and to flatten any lumps, and to help keep the tinfoil compacted against the horn.

Finally I covered each horn with 1 packet of 250g fimo air dry light each.

18th March 2012

Horns Progress 1

I made the base shape out of armature wire and then covered it with expanding foam. Had to do this in a few different stages because the foam would fall off the top pieces of wire so I could only work on the part of the horn that was touching the newspaper at a time.