I love this little guy, he looks so bad =) The octopus you all might remember I'd done before but this time I added goggles to him, I think this one is much better...everyone keeps calling him adorable though, not sure I like that.
Hi all! I usually post in the polymer clay section but I thought it would be fun to show this completed piece here. It's a custom piece that included certain elements requested by the customer. The hope is that he can make a good mold of it and cast it in metal to use as a gear shifter knob in an antique Cadillac. He stands about 3.25" tall, entirely polymer clay.
the hairy skull sculpture with hikari shears and industrial details
This is a custom piece and it is not complete, but I finally have the skull done and what a sigh of relief. It looks way better in person, too, it really does not photograph well. It's 2" tall, when he's all done he'll have an awesome full head of hair I will probably go back and make the teeth cleaner.
There's a monthly themed even in downtown Mesa and last month was steampunk! So I hunkered down to try and make some things that would really catch their eye since my normal stuff is more industrial than steampunk...and it worked Everyone who stopped by and most did, loved my stuff. Here are a couple of the goodies I came up with
OK, they're not finished yet, but I love them so much I couldn't wait....all they need is a sealer and I like to let the wax sit for awhile before sealing it. I think I might be going over to the dark side....colored clay lol Although I was trying to use up some of my premo with this so I can switch back to all kato, and I have to say, I don't know why anyone likes premo, it is so smooshy, that makes it so hard to work with IMO