I got the swinging monkey one to open. You should be able to go to claystore.com and find stuff from there.
I tried that too, it didn't work for me, so I'm wondering if the website is having issues.
Thank you so much.
Thank you for those links. I'm sure they will come in handy sooner or later.
Rylan you are awesome! Thanks for keeping us all posted on the tutorials you find!!!
Thank you so much
I have not done any figures yet because they scare me! Thanks you so much! I will give it a try with these resources
i would love to make figures! hopefully this will help me.
Wow... this is fantastic!
Thanks Rylan - this is just as wonderful as all of the flower tutorials you put together for us. Appreciate all of the time and effort you put into this.
Thank you very much for the help. You are a kind and generous person.
Thank you Rylan......as aways, you are so generous!! Sending you a pm......
Thank you so much!
Rylan, Thank you!!!!!!!!
That is AWESOME! Thanks!
You ROCK SO HARD!!! EXACTLY what I have wanted, given that my figures look like mutated zombies. THANK YOU THANK YOU!
This is super handy.
Are you self taught, Rylan... or did you do some training?
This is crazy sick !!! Thank you sooo much for taking the time it took to put this together!!
so ummmm.. i love you =)
No problem everyone.
Bel_Anne, I'm self taught. Of course with the help of CC members.
How to make a tea cup: http://cupcake-goddess.blogspot.com/2009/10/spot-of-tea_12.html
I have more on the way.
Rylan, thank you for putting this together---by the way your work is amazing!
Bel_Anne,, you can bookmark the page with the tutorials on it, and they will be saved. hth
Thank you Thank you Thank you!!!! I have only tried figures a couple of times, but I have been going at it completely blind and with only marginal success. This will help a lot!
Actually play-doh can be eaten although not sure who would want to. If you put a figure on your cake that is non-edible...like hard clay, etc. I would just be sure to have a barrier between the cake and the item. Like a fondant covered board of some sort.... I think it would be ok then. I am looking into making some figures with polymer. It would be nice to know all the sculpting work could be kept as a keepsake. I would only probably do that for people I know....
Thank you for sharing all your hard research work! So kind...
rylan im going to just call you a god send
highlight the links...cut and paste...save.
Thank you Rylan! By the way congratulations on winning first place in you r cake competition. I saw the picture of your cake. Beautiful!! You are very talented.
Thank you Rylan, that was very generous of you!
Thank you so very much, Rylan. Even though I haven't even clicked on any links that you gave, I know it'll be very very helpful. Just like your other lists of tutorials. Thank you so much. Now, if only I can find the time to actually look at all of them, one by one. LOL!! =P