CreatureGraphics

Handmade creature artdolls, 3D printed sculpts and art!

Kolhorn, The Netherlands

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Announcement    Dear followers and friends, due to drastic shipping cost changes on small goods in my country it was necessary for me to remove my acrylic keychains and jewelry from my shop. If you are still interested I am willing to sell them in sets of at least three. Please message me or shoot me an email for such inquiries. Sorry for the inconvenience!

More general information about commissions visit: https://bit.ly/2HiTjmq
I offer payment plans for my art dolls. Just let me know what is possible for you and we can work something out!

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Last updated on Apr 9, 2020

Dear followers and friends, due to drastic shipping cost changes on small goods in my country it was necessary for me to remove my acrylic keychains and jewelry from my shop. If you are still interested I am willing to sell them in sets of at least three. Please message me or shoot me an email for such inquiries. Sorry for the inconvenience!

More general information about commissions visit: https://bit.ly/2HiTjmq
I offer payment plans for my art dolls. Just let me know what is possible for you and we can work something out!

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About CreatureGraphics

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Welcome to Creature Graphics!

Thank you for showing an interest in my artwork and dolls! I can guarantee each doll is unique and one of a kind, completely handmade by me.

I studied 3D Graphics and Animation at the SAE Institute in Amsterdam where I learned 3D modelling and game art. After I finished my degree, I continued my studies using Zbrush, an advanced 3D sculpting program. I also completed a course in 3D printing at Mold3D Academy, where I Iearned how to print my designs. It was at this stage that I decided to design and produce my first art doll.

Each doll has custom 3D printed parts that are completely hand sculpted in Zbrush, exported out and printed in very fine detail in high quality PLA (polylactic acid) with a layer height of 100 microns (=0.1mm). The dolls core is made of iron wire so that the doll is flexible and can be posed in many different stands. The 3D printed parts are assembled onto the core frame and are then hand painted. Finally, the core frame is padded and a faux fur covering is applied to complete the doll. My dolls do not consist of any animal-derived materials, they are also smoke and allergy free!

I put my heart and soul into every single creature I make, paying close attention to small details. If you ever have a suggestion for something that you would like to see available in my shop, please feel free to drop me a note!

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Last updated on Feb 13, 2018
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Copyright

Please do not reproduce or manipulate my dolls and artwork in any way or form without my prior written permission. I retain the sole right to display all of my work on my websites, galleries, journals, etc.

However, you may promote my work (showcasing your purchase, take photographs or make unboxing videos etc.) if you ensure that my name and/or company name is cited and my rights are maintained.

As this is artwork, provenance is important, so if you decide to eventually sell or gift your purchases to a third party then you are free to do so ensuring that they are made fully aware of and agree to these terms and conditions.

Can PLA (the 3D printed parts) break easily?

The PLA (polylactic acid) used for 3D printing the heads, paws, horns, ears etc. is very durable and hard. Each part is modelled with a significant wall thickness which does not dent, crack or break easily unless it is subjected to a large amount of brute force. Please note that although the 3D printed (plastic) parts are very sturdy and will not likely break even when dropped, they can still become damaged when handled roughly. More fragile parts that have a thinner wall thickness, e.g. small ears or teeth, are more likely to break when accidentally dropped or thrown.

How often can I repose my doll?

Reposing it once in a while is no problem at all. However, do not abuse the wireframe by bending and re-positioning the doll continuously as this could cause the wire armature to become brittle and break. Handle them with care!

Can I wash my doll?

Do not expose the doll to water and do not wash them under any circumstances, as the painted surfaces and faux fur dyes may run and leave unwanted marks. In the case that the doll becomes dusty, either give them a good (soft) stroke with your hands or use a hairdryer on cool air to gently clean the fur. Please note that faux fur can easily catch fire when exposed to extreme, hot temperatures, so do not use hot air or hold them close to fire!

Do I need to be aware of any other care instructions?

The dolls are made for decoration purposes and are therefore NOT to be used as children’s toys.

You can display the doll in any place as long as you do not leave it out in the sun (or behind a sunny window) or on top of a heated surface for an extended period of time because it could cause the plastic to warp or, like any other artwork, cause the colours to fade.

Further, do not expose the PLA parts to acetone as this can dissolve them, so keep them away from nail polish removers!

If I damage my doll, can I repair it myself?

Do not try and fix broken 3D printed parts with hot-glue, as this will likely melt the PLA. It is best to use repairing glue that is solvent-free and that can be used for all different materials including plastic. If you need advice then feel free to send me an email.