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Assassin's Creed - Ezio cuff 2 by tishaia Assassin's Creed - Ezio cuff 2 by tishaia
Actually I was going to make something different with Assassin's Creed theme, but Ezio's belt was staring at me >.>. It kept my attention, how cold the metal looked on the red background, how the red mean so much (passion? danger?) while not telling anything at all - with the expression of a man wearing it hidden under the hood. So I took a break and made this, I had to :D. I made it from the start to finish without distraction, and that is rare for me, because I usually am making three or more things at once switching from one to another. So, I spend last two days staring at Ezio's narrow hips wanting to strip his belt off - you know, for science, to know how it works, no ulterior motives at all ;D.

Bracelet is made of precolored polymer clay with a wooden core. It's based on the Ezio belt from the AC2 game. I really liked how different materials was put together in his costume, the metal crest and buckles, the protective leather, the soft cloth. I wanted to recreate that mix and try to make all of that with polymer clay. The crest is thick, 3D as I think it would be in the real belt, and adorned with one red Swarovsky zirconia. The "leather" parts are mix of metallic polymer clay and have the assassins motto "Nothing is true, everything is permitted." embossed on them. The inside is coloured with silver acrylic paint.
The bracelet is painted with protective matt varnish.

The bracelet is 5 cm high and about 73 mm in diameter (inner side). I chose the biggest one I have in case someone with sexy large hands would want it ^^. Sadly the wooden cores I use to make bracelets are all nearly the same size, this is the biggest I have. Sorry! >.<

This bracelet is made by hand, without use of any molds and ONE OF A KIND.

AC. Ezio and his belt belong to Ubisoft.

If you like my handmade things please like my page on facebook! :)

I you would like to buy it, it's on my Etsy: [link] :)

Ps. Can't decide if I like black or white backgroud more, so here is the other one: [link] ^^
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MizzTaraLeBlanc Featured By Owner Mar 25, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
HUGE assassins creed fan here & i absolutely adore this bangle...its so intricate & very well crafted...great job 8D
tishaia Featured By Owner Apr 3, 2013   Artisan Crafter
Thank you so much! :D
elitedark Featured By Owner Sep 9, 2012  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
nice very nice
tishaia Featured By Owner Sep 11, 2012   Artisan Crafter
Thanks :).
BaYonetta Featured By Owner Aug 18, 2012
That's an incredible job! Are you planing to make a Assassin's Creed III Connor Kenway one?
tishaia Featured By Owner Aug 28, 2012   Artisan Crafter
That is interesting idea! I might give it a shot someday :D. Thanks! :D
derangedfirebird Featured By Owner Jul 6, 2012  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
There are no words for how jealous I am of your skill with textures. This is gorgeous - I can't even begin to work out how you got the leather to look so real. Your designs are really lovely.
tishaia Featured By Owner Jul 6, 2012   Artisan Crafter
Thank you so much! :D The leather is smooth, I just mixed a portion of metallic fimo into the base color and painted it with two layer of varnish to make it shine more ^^.
If you have any questions just ask! :D I would be happy to help.

EDIT: Are you kidding meeee! I just saw your gallery, little creatures, and had to pick up my jaw from the ground! Let me learn from you, mistress! >.< Gooood, my greatest accomplishment with acrylics is painting the inside of a bracelet in one color ~~. *goes back to stare at the precious little fox*
derangedfirebird Featured By Owner Jul 7, 2012  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Ah, but what you don't see in that picture are the fingerprints in that clay that no amount of me smoothing it can seem to remove! I alway seem to squish bits of it when I'm working on other bits. And all your little swirly details are so even! I have no idea how you manage it! I'm pretty lousy at texturing them, hence painting details rather than using the right colours of clay. I've just about got fur texture down, I think. So yes, mutual eennnnnnnnvvvvyy! :D
SpiritFury Featured By Owner Jul 3, 2012
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