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Skeleton Hand Pendant by Rajala Skeleton Hand Pendant by Rajala
After doing enough one-finger pendants I decided to do a whole hand. The pendant became a bit massive, but that suits it fine. The fingers are movable so this works also as a stress toy. Just kidding.
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gothpit Feb 18, 2013  Student
This is so beautiful!
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BluestOfBirds Oct 26, 2012  Professional Artisan Crafter
:skull: I've featured your awesome deviation in my journal the Undead :skull:
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Asher-Bee Oct 18, 2009  Professional Digital Artist
rajala i love this piece. :love: i was wondering how much you charge for commissions sent to the us?
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:iconrajala:
Glad you like it! :)
A pendant like this would cost as much as 75 dollars, I'm afraid.
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Asher-Bee Oct 18, 2009  Professional Digital Artist
Can you do smaller versions as well? What are they made of? :eager:
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:iconrajala:
These are forged from ordinary steel and would be extremely hard to do in smaller scale. I'd have to do it by bronze or silver casting and that'd be a completely different thing. =P
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Asher-Bee Oct 18, 2009  Professional Digital Artist
whoa! bronze or silver? wow, a silver one would probably be really expensive, wouldn't it ^^;
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:iconrajala:
I have no idea. I've so far done only one silver casting. But yes, it'd definitely be expensive. =P
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Asher-Bee Oct 19, 2009  Professional Digital Artist
ooh, well I'll be contacting you, when i get the money. ^^ so lovely, i have a thing for skeletons... :love:
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hellboundlam Mar 22, 2009  Hobbyist Photographer
Reminds me of the "Monkey's Paw".
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