She's so beautiful. I love the wax effect that the clay has, and just look at how alive she looks. I could just go over and lend her a shoulder... although it does look as though she has tears of slight joy... such a beautiful expression!
Well I do have my crew of child labor. heehee yes I painted myself. I like blue alright,but its not my favorite. I like the amber/ light hazel hues. Ive never seen a true yellow except in a cat..also green eyes I think prettier than blue.
Thank you VYeah it worked out pretty well and Im trying to add more animal things cause just a figure gets boring. I have to make a fox soon. Probably not as brilliant as Chelle,but Im going to fur it and all.
Awesome! I LOVE foxes. I have yet to flock myself....always wanted to, but I'll have to bite the bullet at some point when I've got some more free time to play around with it. Can't wait to see what you come up with. I absolutely loved the raven!
Im making a test head now.Sculpted it last night while watching dvd's and will try fur ahead of time to learn what not to do so, I dont fudge up the final sculpt. The only fur Ive done is faun legs and it took a lot of time. You realy have to go slow or it will look gluey and matted!
I think animals will be fun.. the mythilogical animals too. Id love to make a realistic dragon pet.
I wanted to try to flock for half human, half animal ones mostly....there's a lot you can do with clay as far as getting a fur-like or feather-like texture, like Forest has done. But I like the added texture of actual fur. Yeah, jus' take your time & be patient.....I'm excited for you! hee heeee
It would be interesting to flock a half human/animal. Im not sure how the actaul flocking is done. I saw someone reborned a baby doll with a peach fuzz look. It was surprisingly real looking. I want to experiment with real feathers for wings. Ive made wings of petals ,but is not quite the right scale. I think I could use some softening contrast with my work more cloth, hair etc.