Tuesday, April 28, 2009
Completed my second piece for our nursery rhyme group challenge. Here is the primitive cat and the fiddle. Made of muslin fabric and painted with acrylic paints. Lots of detail to this 16 inch self standing cat. He has now moved to Germany. :o)
Saturday, April 25, 2009
Just completed a doll set for our group challenge in (SoATP) Sisterhood of all Things Primitive group. Our challenge was to create Nursery Rhyme dolls so I thought I'd put together a Dish and Spoon. The heads are made of wood and they have muslin bodies. With paint and coffee staining, I captured just what I wanted them to be. :o) They are now moving to WA. :o)
Thursday, April 16, 2009
Completed my Cowardly Lion from the Wizard of OZ! He measures 18 inches tall and is made of muslin fabric with polymer clay head. Lots of detail to this one of a kind cowardly lion. Muslin was also used for his mane, coffee stained along with the rest of his body and baked to give him a prim look. His face was painted with acrylics and sealed for protection. He wears his badge of courage and is ready to be displayed. This doll is available for sale. If you'd like to make a reasonable offer, send me a quick email.
Tuesday, April 14, 2009
Made another witch and moon with a different style. They are made of muslin fabric, painted with acrylics and coffee stained. Lots of soft sculpturing and ready to be displayed. This piece measures 10 inches tall x 12 inches wide. Listed on ebay this week. :o)
According to my poll on the right, most votes were for character dolls so I'm working on a couple of those now. Hope to have one completed soon. Hope you'll be back to check them out. :o)
Monday, April 6, 2009
Completed my work in progress witch and moon. I made her so that she could be displayed all year long. 9 different outfits in all. This set was created and made with muslin fabric. The witch kneels on the earth and has the moon in her lap. :o) I made a wire armature so that it would keep its shape for years to come. Lots of sculpting and attention to detail. They have now moved to PA.
Saturday, April 4, 2009
Thursday, April 2, 2009
My newest witch is Lady Luck Lucie. She measures 32 inches tall and is made of muslin fabric. She was coffee stained to give her a prim look. She has soft sculptured facial features and individual wired fingers so that she can hold all the money she wins at the slot machines. As you can see, she's been winning lots of coins and has turned some of it into cash. :o) She has now flown to OH to be with her new family. :o)