Woah, hey, dude. I just spent an hour trying to find out how to tie a replica wolf claw to a piece of twine for a necklace. In the process of doing this, I was looking through google images when I saw a big metal antique wolf skull. I was like, "woah, cool." So I decided to search for canine skull necklaces, thinking to myself "like HELL anyone will have made any... Just my luck." When the images came up, the first thing my eyes went to was this photo. When I realized it was also on DA I just about flipped a tit, man. I didn't know people were CAPABLE of making something this cool. So detailed! I rarely have reason to envy anyone, but I'm starting to shift that way. Just HOW do you do this? Damn, if you lived around here I'd pay you to teach me how. XD This is just... Wow. When I get the money, I'm gonna friggen buy a couple of these, no joke. Do you make a lot of money off of this? I'm assuming it's a hobby...? And how the Hell can I learn? I have terrible patience, because despite my many hobbies, I don't really have many hobbies I love to death, and zero that I am passionate about. However, I'm always willing to try something new, in attempt to find my passion.
Hi. Yeah it's something I'm passionate about and am trying to turn into more than just a hobby. And for sure, I do make a portion of my income from selling them. But when it comes to actually describing how I make them, wow where to start? Lots of technique and the right tools of course, and also studying a bunch of skulls - whether replicas or photos - until you can really see how the structures tie into each other. If you spend enough time studying them, you can actually start to see them in 3d in your mind - flip'em and rotate 'em and everything, it's crazy.