so i was beginning to ATTEMPT making canes. my canes turned out.. terrible. so i made sushi. because everyone who likes sushi will love it.. and those who don't will bow down to it's size and wonderment. LOL. it's about the size of a nickel. there is a regular white bead sitting next to the sushi, to show the size. and it's not the most AMAZING clay work EVER.. but hey, everyone needs practice.
haha, this one is inspired by my friend bean. she cracks me up. so i thought a taco necklace was a great idea at the time, with bean going, "taco, taccccooo.. burrito!". so i made it~ and this is the result. tacos, anyone?
i found this AWESOME plastic gun in my nephew's toybox. i wrapped wire around the top part of the gun and made it a loop to have it dangle from a nice, sharp lookin' sliver chain. i also added two O-rings (jump rings... whatever you'd like to call them) at the base of the gun for a little embelishment. i'm over the top, what can i say? lol. (psh.)
"my yellow moons"
at first i wasn't so sure i liked these at all to begin with. it's inspired by playing hours of sailor moon RPG for snes. i'm a *huge* sailor moon fan. but after hearing so many people say they like them, i got used to them. still, not my favorite pair i've ever made.
simple drop earrings. i love 'em. somehow i found these cute wire-wrapped little green glass beads, just waiting to be made into somethin'. so i got the gold chain, and added teardrop clear beads at the bottom of the green wire wrapped beads. sometimes, less is more!
"elegance in pearls"
i wanted something gold & white.. and this is what turned up. lol.
i found the cutest little wire stars at jo-ann's. i bought 'em up and whipped this simple earring set up.
"i've got the blues"
it's a blue gun. with little blue bullets or somethin' next to them. lol..
now i've seen some of the work that blue_bunny has created, with fimo, ( as i nthat awesome red squid ) it looks so shiny , and as if she squeezed the tentacles from a tube of it to make it swirl like she did...
is fimo shiny when it's done or does she put something in it to make it shine, can you paint it and with what?
i've been using scuplety & i just wanted to know some more information on the other types.
well blue_bunny ( who is my muse, fo' real!! ) inspired me to make an octopus for a charm necklace. mine isn't half as awesome as her fimo red squid, but i like my cartoony octi! you can't see, but there is a hole at the top of his head for a o-ring to make into a necklace!
( i really hate this spam bot rule, i haven't posted much & i can only post links... *sigh* )
heres a small view...
& the bigger view
the next little trinket i molded was a girly skull. i baked the crossbones first to shove em into the base. it didn't work out as well as i liked, but oh well... trial & error.
this is my first attempt to cut up an old pair of jeans that made my butt look really... oblong. or my buttcrack look ten inches deep. i hated these jeans. i have no before picture, but that's a good thing because they make me want to vomit. so i decided to tear them apart and make a really cute skirt. i hand-sewed the whole thing, because me & sewing machines really don't get along. i'd take a picture of myself posing in it, ( really, i'd love to!!! ) but i'm lucky enough to have these pictures because i have no camera. these pictures are from my boyfriend's mother's camera.