Hi everyone I have been really into manadalas recently so my latest piece is inspired by them. She cracked in the oven but I still like her the crack went around shapes which is quite cool. here she is... I have also been making gratitude buddies, which remind you to think of things you are grateful for... also a doll I made out of polymer clay which I had put in the toy bit but I will put it here too so you can see on this thread...
The brief was to make a tentacle Pot Head Monster, The customer wanted scary and cute. He said to go ahead and use my Strawberry Anarchy Style so here is the end result! He suggested to put the black slime coming out of the tentacles, loved that Idea... his nick name is " salty, the bath salt monster" his owner named him I had great fun doing this, it's the most challenging model I have made yet. It's approx 6 inches tall! and almost 6 inches wide.
I build a frame with wire and tin foil , then covered it with clay . I had to weigh it down with coins because the top was heavy so I built in some coins to the bottom of the pot and glued the plant in!
Also Below is the first of my happy flowers, these are made from wire and polymer clay. I want to make all different colours. You can wear them as necklaces, use them as rear view mirror decorations. or I can make them into magnets, brooch's, ahh anyway you get the drift. Hope you like my new projects There's a few others at the bottom! I have done some more but better not put them all in here in case it's too long.
Hi this is my latest project.. This Pony has been inspired by my love for square strawberries, graffiti and vinyl toys.
On the left side I have hand painted four little square strawberries in complimentary colours to go with the hair. The front leg has a swirly gloopy design going up her leg inspired by bubbly graffiti, I also painted some dots under her eyes to accentuate them a bit more and the main feature is the glass dome on her head filled with a miniature module sculpture, this is inspired by my jewellery and all things captured in glass.
I have kept to the colours purple, pink, yellow , orange and green to keep the continuity running throughout the design.