Monday, July 31, 2006
Well, I think she's finished! I trimmed her hat with apoxie roses and some beads on the other side. I dyed a silk rose and gave it a coat of PearlEx gold interference and varnish...that's at her waist or thereabouts. She looks very demure, but I think she must be pretty bold to wear that LOW cut gown, don't you?
Sunday, July 30, 2006
Friday, July 21, 2006
Now she has her gold paint and texturizing medium, plus a little black shading which doesn't show in the picture, but makes a big difference in real life. Now she'll get a bit more paint colors here and there, a little sanding, and some Paverpol draping. Plus wings, eventually! (They may take awhile)
Thursday, July 20, 2006
This is my work in progress from Jean Bernard's online class. The head is sculpted from Jean's "Mother" mask mold, and the body is sculpted from Apoxie Sculpt clay. It sits on a wooden candlestick embellished with more apoxie and will be painted gold and further embellished with texturizing medium and draperies soaked in Paverpol. Way too much fun! Jean is a delightful, generous teacher and her classes are always intriguing. I work WAY out of my box learning her techniques!
Monday, July 10, 2006
Now there's something in this post Katie! *smile* I had to learn how to post photos.....again. This is the cover of a journal for a new round robin I'm involved in with 7 friends. We each made a head and torso of a doll, or some semblance thereof and will send it off with the journal to the others to add to and embellish to their hearts content. It's always fun to see what comes home again at the end!