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Henry the bear! All dirty and missing limbs, I found Henry in a charity shop. Bought him for 50p and made him as good as new... with a few modifications such as massive hallow button eyes, his patched up heart and his little gangster jacket. What a cutie!

trash tlk gang. This is Rex! The reptile of the group. Using air dry clay, acrylic paint and steel piercings.

trash tlk gang. These are the Unknown Twins! They're the quite ones, the ones you really should keep an eye on. Using air dry clay, acrylic paint and steel piercings.

Lost for Words - CG Product Design I designed and created a group of ceramic heads. Using traditional methods and gorgeous glazes, these creations show uniqueness in every piece.

Couldn't find a single pair of shoes I liked, so I vamped up some ones I got in the sale. Using fabric paint I reinvented the design from dull to unique.

The "trash tlk gang" are my first character creations! Using bright colours, and an alternative storage solution for piercings, these mischievous little creatures have found a place in my heart! Using air dry clay, acrylic paint and steel piercings.

trash tlk gang. This tiny dude is called Voodoo! The original of the gang. Voodoo is the pack leader, and what ever he says goes. Using air dry clay, acrylic paint and steel piercings.

trash tlk gang. This little guys called Patches! He's always getting into trouble. Using air dry clay, acrylic paint and steel piercings.

trash tlk gang. This tiny dude is called Voodoo! The original of the gang. Voodoo is the pack leader, and what ever he says goes. Using air dry clay, acrylic paint and steel piercings.

Lost for Words - CG Product Design I designed and created a group of ceramic heads. Using traditional methods and gorgeous glazes, these creations show uniqueness in every piece.

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