fantastic! I've done some stuff with polymer clay (nothing like this!!) and it can be a lot of fun. I've made little fairies with my daughters. Ours always got little moon shaped defects in them, tho. It's not that big a deal when making fun stuff, but I was curious how you get the skin to be smooth.
Thank you! Ah yes, we call them moonies. Certain polymer clays are notorious for these crescent shaped marks. If you add a more opaque color to your mix it will eliminate this problem. I also wipe down my sculpts with acetone to get the smoothest finish possible. Hope this helps.
Hello! I am letting you know that I have Featured this image in my journal this week [link] Please let me know if you would rather not be a part of this collection for some reason. Otherwise, thank you for creating such lovely artwork!
Blessings of Light and Love and Magic! Tytaniafairy
A great rendition of Titania. The colors you chose work so well together, and the figure is very elegant and stately as you would expect from the fairy queen. I'm always impressed by how beautiful your faces are, especially at the size you scultp them.
I assume this is the same piece of work with the mask as [link] ?
This is an absolutely beautiful piece of artwork again.
What sort of scale are you working on, by looking at the fabric it can not be that large, and how long do they take you to produce? The details in all your figures are amazing, and this one is no exception as usual. Like all your other work the detail is so consistent throughout the whole object.
Excellent! Well done. I am sure you are very proud of this work.
This is my favoured view, it highlights the work you have put into the detail in this piece. And also I prefer her with the mask on; it makes the figure feel more mystical and mysterious, almost like a participant in a masquerade ball. It reminds me of a character you would vision in the ball in at the end of the 1986 movie Labyrinth, which I am sure you have seen