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Grinning Stone Pendant by DonSimpson Grinning Stone Pendant by DonSimpson
Pendant made from a gray stone, about 3/4 inch high.

There is a U-shaped hole in the top for a cord.
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ttomagreb Featured By Owner Dec 7, 2010
Funny and magic! (But maybe it could be more dangerous than it looks:))
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DonSimpson Featured By Owner Dec 7, 2010
I suspect that everything is funnier, more magical, and more dangerous than it looks. And that this one has a sly sense of humor. :)
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SLiCkDesigns Featured By Owner Dec 17, 2008
Fun Pendant!
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DonSimpson Featured By Owner Dec 17, 2008
:D
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Shadyufo Featured By Owner Dec 7, 2008  Professional Traditional Artist
What a neat little piece! That smile is just perfect. I love the natural feel to your work. Great job!
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DonSimpson Featured By Owner Dec 7, 2008
Thank you.
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BlackTowerOfTime Featured By Owner Dec 7, 2008
heheheh that's funny thing.. you made it on Halloween? "Smile of a stone" - the ancient smiley from Neolithicum ;-)
Also it reminded me instantly on the bag of Charmcaster. A villain also from Ben10

Se the following dA results to know about:
[link] Charmcater's bag
[link] Charms of Bezel Stones
[link] Ben10 Info Wiki
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DonSimpson Featured By Owner Dec 7, 2008
Near Halloween, anyway. :) Thank you for the links, The bag is a fun variation of a traditional idea (the animal-skin bag with the mouth as the opening), and I see the resemblence. Also, the Charms of Bezel are indeed appealing in design; I will consider them.
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AvocadoArt Featured By Owner Dec 6, 2008  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
How does it work to make an U-shaped hole? Is it a special drill? He looks both, funny and evil - I don't trust him:)
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DonSimpson Featured By Owner Dec 6, 2008
I start by making a V-shaped hole, drilling two straight holes that intersect each other; then I carve the intersection with ball-ended tools, so the holes blend into each other smoothly at the low point. That way, a cord feeds through easily and doesn't get abraided by a sharp bend.

Avery impish or goblinish face; I wouldn't trust him either. :)
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