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Since running our social feeds on Facebook and Instagram we've held a Fan Appreciation Giveaway every year, a gesture to saying thank you for following us, liking what we do and giving feedback along the way. Half the year has gone by and it's time to switch some gears...the studio is getting a revamp, clearly the clutter, finishing pending work to pursue some personal projects to wrap up 2015. It seems like we're always planning out ahead but it's time to stop talking and start walking, no...start running towards our goals. We hope you all continue to stick with us along the way!

From our shelf to yours, we are offering this Masonic Robot as this year's Giveaway art piece! Rules are simple.

-If on Facebook, go to our Facebook Page Mind of the Masons and share our post that contains this image
-If on Instagram, save and share this image on your page
-Like and Follow our Page(s)
-Hashtag your either or both posts with ‪#‎MOTMScorned‬

Boom, that's it! This giveaway will last through Saturday the 18th and we shall announce the winner on Sunday! To clarify, yes if you share on both feeds it counts as two entries.

Good luck and Thank You!
With Much love - Joshua, Bethany and Mykel of Mind of the Masons.


Joshua - Bethany - Mykel
Artist | Hobbyist | Varied
United States
Current Residence: Brighton, CO
Favorite style of art: Concept Art!
MP3 player of choice: iPod or Smartphones (Pandora/Spotify)
Favorite cartoon character: Michelangelo
Favorite Quote: Cowabunga Dude!

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Rednon Featured By Owner Aug 25, 2015
PartyHappy birthday! Wishing you the best from the bottom of my heartParty
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MindoftheMasons Featured By Owner Aug 25, 2015  Hobbyist General Artist
ZarkofTombs Featured By Owner Aug 25, 2015  Student General Artist
Happy birthday! Woo ooo o
MindoftheMasons Featured By Owner Aug 25, 2015  Hobbyist General Artist
Hey, thank you!!! :D
KlNG-CRAB Featured By Owner Dec 7, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
man if I had money to blow I'd buy all of your Munny dudes
MindoftheMasons Featured By Owner Dec 8, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
Haha, thank you! Should have a full set coming out around xmas too :)
Canarybirdz Featured By Owner Jan 4, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
Hey, I have a question to ask.

Since you do Munny customs, do you know anything about ways to put things like sculpted ears or tails or anything on Munnyworld figures in polymer clay and well, getting the clay hardened without damaging the Munny? (Since I'm afraid of the oven melting the plastic or something.)

I have some Super Sculpey and wanted to try Munnyworld customs with sculpted parts, is there another way to do this without sculpting the parts separate and gluing them on? (I have an idea to make a Raffy into a wolf character but that will require sculpting.)

Do you know or would I have to ask someone else?
MindoftheMasons Featured By Owner Jan 10, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
My apologies for the delayed response :P

There are a few ways you can get the clay to harden, specifically referring to Super Sculpey. I find that is probably the best sculpting material for Munnys. I either use my heat gun, lowest setting and hovering about 6 - 8 inches away from the sculpt. It allows me to have a bit more control of where the heat is being applied, with many of my robots I have plastic parts which I wouldn't want to melt from the oven or heat gun. 

The other method is the oven, I have NEVER had a Munny head melt or become damaged. Always stick with my 275 degrees for 15 minutes. If the clay is pretty damn thick, it will most likely require longer heating to make it harden properly, so if that is the case, I'd bust out the heat gun. :D

I've read about people boiling the sculpts in water, personally, I don't think use that method but I'm sure you can find it somewhere on the Kidrobot forum, I think that's where I found some info back in the day. 

Hope that helps a bit.
- Joshua
Canarybirdz Featured By Owner Jan 13, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist

I have some more questions though...

What temperature and time setting would you recommend since I think my oven heats about 20 degrees off (as in, 20 degrees hotter than what the thermometer on it says).

I was looking into other sculpt material options as well, and do you think epoxy putty would be good to use since it requires no oven?
MindoftheMasons Featured By Owner Jan 17, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
If your oven is a bit off it's always safe to lower the temp and time. I've always been able to tell if sculpey wasn't ready from when I have gone to sand it. Generally after I bake the sculpey/Munny in the oven, let it cool, I'll give it a nice sanding. During this process if you don't see nice fine dust forming from the sandpaper, more of a chunky or smeared effect, you know you need to bake it longer. This is when a heat gun comes into play quite nicely. 

A lot of what I just mentioned above can be directly related to the thickness of the clay. If I baked something a couple centimeters thick, it would harden in a very short amount of time vs. half an inch think. Trial and Error my friend... :D

Magic Sculpt is a product I used to use that didn't require you to bake anything. It would just harden on it's own which is fantastic. The down side of this product as well as I think the epoxy putty you mentioned, they don't have a lengthy work time. They start to dry up faster or become tacky. I used Magic Sculpt for about 5 or so robots, it worked out fairly well but I much rather stick with Super Sculpey and either use a heat gun or oven. Personal opinion though, I know plenty of artists that prefer working with the self hardeners. There are some tips you can find on the web for a longer work time with these materials too...I've heard Vaseline works well too, never used it though since I've primarily used sculpey. 
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