I was going to post in polymer clay but a couple of these don't contain polymer clay so jewelry seemed most fitting. Hope you all like what you see!
Game of Thrones inspired Dragons Eggs. I actually did a lot of these in all sorts of colors- purple, pink, and more. Eventually I am going to do some with little tiny dragon heads cracking out of them or a tiny dragon wrapped around bits of broken shell but haven't had time yet for them.
You might be able to click on the photo to get a bit more up close to see the details. The scales were horribly time consuming but the end product was exactly what I had hoped for.
I have been on a Doctor Who inspired kick lately so lots of that...
These are so beautiful in person. I wish my photog skills were better but they have been washed with a water down bronzing medium so that they slightly glitter and give off an other-worldly shimmer.
I made tiny tiny little "braided" tassles even for these.
These are pendants for necklaces. The blue and green bits glow in the dark...
A friend of mine requested I make this for her so I sent her a pair on her birthday.
My Harry Potter inspired goodies. Many more in the idea book.
That was such a pain to make. I originally thought I would just score lines into my clay for the broom hay but no... it looked awful so bazillions of tiny snakes of clay it was. Also, painting the name on the handle was a pain because it is so tiny.
General geekery for all!
Um, I may have made a lot of these lol
Inspired by The Joker of course
I did some necronomicon necklaces too. This one is a bit creepier but I also did one with a goofy creepy smile full of teeth because the second Evil Dead movie is just sooooo goofy to me. I love it but it always makes me laugh in that weird, dark way.
If you are a fan of Ghibli films, you will understand...
I did some with and without their dinners but they are actually fuzzy. I wish I could take better pics to show you that!
So I think that is it on this post for now. As always, I appreciate comments and critiques! Thanks and I hope you enjoyed what you saw!