Cutethulhu Nuzzling Skull – Polymer Clay Sculpture From Mystic Reflections

Mystic Reflections Clay Sculpture

Here is an awesome, one of a kind fantasy art sculpture from Mystic Reflections created by Caralyn Tucker.

From her etsy shop post for this item she writes: “This tiny ElderGod just wants to make you go a little mad from all the cuteness. My Cutethulhu sculptures are handmade, one of a kind pieces. Each one is hand-crafted from polymer clay and then delicately painted. The tiny polymer clay body parts they hold in their hands are also each handmade. No molds are used in creating my sculptures and each one can take several hours to sculpt. These sculptures are approximately 2-3 inches in size. Sculpting is a hobby I really enjoy. I hope you enjoy my art as much as I enjoy making it.”

You can view and purchase this item in her shop if still available on etsy by clicking here.

Artist’s Bio: A little over a decade ago, my sister helped me start up my art business “Mystic Reflections.” At the time, I had just a small website and most of my artwork was black-and-white sketches that I sold at craft shows. In 2007, I sculpted my first Myxies (fairy sculptures), dragons, and animal pals. My early sculptures were made from an air-drying clay. I now use polymer clay, having refined my materials along with my techniques and tools.

After trying for several years, I was finally accepted into the Dragon Con Art show in 2008. I’ve been fortunate enough to be accepted back every year, which has continuously made it my largest annual event. To date, I’ve received six awards from the art show for various pieces. My work’s popularity has grown steadily due to the exposure Dragon Con provides, and I look forward to this exciting convention each year. Several smaller shows discovered me through Dragon Con and have approached me about being their featured artist.

Two years ago, I was able to leave my corporate job to pursue my art full-time. This allowed me to dedicate more time to perfecting my craft and gave me the opportunity to illustrate my first children’s book, “The Adventures of Mend.” It was my first experience as a contracted professional illustrator.

Every year, my business continues to grow, and I’m able to create a multitude of artworks for people to enjoy. I hand-make each of my sculptures, never using molds so each piece is one-of-a-kind. These unique creations prove to be the most popular of my pieces.

Visit and follow Caralyn at the following links:

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