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Personal Headphones by Nectarine Personal Headphones by Nectarine
My personal headphones. I made 'caps' for my 'cans' since they were rather boring. I made canes of fimo patterns (imagine sticks of rock), then cut thin slices of the various patterns and placed them together. Once smoothed out I cut out two circles to fit the 'cans' and placed them in the oven for the required time.

I will gladly except any commissions for any personalized items.
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kinqa Featured By Owner Sep 15, 2010
gr8 job!
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MissGuineaPig Featured By Owner Feb 26, 2010
wow, love it!!:aww:
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kikando Featured By Owner Jul 31, 2009  Professional
love it!!!
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daydreamsinc Featured By Owner Jul 24, 2009  Student Traditional Artist
I really want these... Dammit, why do I never have any money?

:+fav:

Thanks for posting!
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popo11 Featured By Owner Jun 13, 2009
woow
I like it
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supahbuttahtoast Featured By Owner Sep 29, 2008  Student Interface Designer
i had those headphones :D but they broke :(
very cool though :D
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Nectarine Featured By Owner Oct 2, 2008
mine have broken several times, but I keep mending them by any means possible. ~I mean if the sound is fine then why get new ones.
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blood-of-mars Featured By Owner Aug 28, 2008
this work has been featured here [link]
thank you :heart:
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paloma-luna Featured By Owner Mar 25, 2008
I like the color transition of the canes! I have a pasta machine, but I'm not getting the transitions to be that smooth :(
I think I just need more practice, because I hardly ever have time for my polymer projects.
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Nectarine Featured By Owner Apr 5, 2008
The book I have makes it fool proof. If you imagine a square and divide it into a triangle, one side one colour and one the other. about 5mm thick. Run it through on the thickest setting. then fold it, side to side. so you end up with an oblong (not a triangle). fold and repeat. and eventually you will end up with a smooth transition.

But maybe the book + pictures is alot more clear, maybe = IS.

Good luck soldier
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