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Welcome to my Studio

 

A word or two about my sculptings...

 

 

~~All of my creations are all original art works; hand-sculpted from polymer clay, baked and hand-painted.

 

~~These are sculptings and are for display, not meant to be used as toys.

 

~~Each one takes many days or even weeks to create and no moulds are EVER USED.

 

~~I get inspiration from everything and create the entire doll, costume and setting myself.  It all comes from my imagination...LOL.  

 

~~I use a mix of different polymer clays (usually Pro Sculpt Light,

Pro Sculpt Flesh, and Cernit) and bake everything according to the package details.  

 

~~I use Heat-set Genesis oil paints on my dolls to blush them with a natural look.  It is a high quality paint that is safe for polymer clay.  

 

~~I create all of my own wings and try to make wings that coordinate with the doll (whether it is a fairy or dragon).  I use colored wire and Angelina Film or Translucent Sculpey (which I then  paint).  I make my mermaid fins the same way with either Angelina Film or Translucent Sculpey.  If I use Angelina Film, I cover it with Translucent Liquid Sculpey (TLS) then bake it in the oven as directed.  (There is as wonderful link that explains it very well at Katja's

Dreamland                       )

 

~~For the hair, I usually use Tibetan lambs wool, but just started using   Viscose.  I dye a lot of my own hair.  

 

~~I have recently started making eyes (thanks to Eneida Rosa's amazing eye tutorial) , but I have some that I bought and am using.  I use the insertion method.  

 

Thank you for visiting.

 

Please enjoy your time here!

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