Friday, November 7, 2008

Little bitties...

Are often hard to make because they strain these old eyes, but are so cute once done:




Some don't often come out like I plan but I do try:


These are mostly made of "Apoxie Sculpt" over a wire armature.
Blessings,Flora

16 comments:

The Whimsical Goblin said...

Flora... they look great. I love sculpting with Apoxy Sculpt.

Bone*Head*Studios said...

Hey sweetie ,
I like it sometimes and sometimes not so much..lol!!! Is that what it's like to sculpt with polymer?
Blessings,Flora

Amy Short said...

I have yet to try apoxy sculpt. I wonder how it differs from polymer or paperclay. In any case, these are so awesome!! Love them! :o) Amy

The Whimsical Goblin said...

Polymer is way more forgiving. And you can take longer to sculpt (take your time, no hurries with Polymer clay.

Bone*Head*Studios said...

Hey Amy!!!, I don't know about polymer but Apoxie Sculpt is not so easy to feather in..for me, and it has a firmer feel after a bit.. everyone will probably tell you something different...lol
blessings,Flora

mystele said...

wow and wow.

missficklemedia.com said...

I can't wait to see them finished!

btw, I am going to comment here instead of each post individually,
I loved the photos of your family!
Such a wonderful, big family.
And the babies! So cute!

You can tell from reading your writing, what a well adjusted individual you are and I think that is in part, due to the secure family support and the wisdom and experience that comes from the position you hold in this dear beautiful family.
Blessings to you! May you all enjoy good health, harmony and long lives.


(sorry if I rambled a bit, you moved me,lol)

Bone*Head*Studios said...

MissFicklemedia I am at a loss for words, what you have said is just too lovely!!!I thank you from the bottom of my heart for such sweet and kind words. Please do come by often!!!!
Many Blessings,
Flora

Bone*Head*Studios said...

Hello Mystele!!!!!
I'm so glad you think that!!!..hahaha!!!!
Blessings,Flora

PJ's talkin'.... said...

I keep learning something new from blogging. Never heard of the Apoxie Sculpt, but I'm assuming it air dries like Paperclay? I'm amazed at the tiny head you showed... my fat little stubby fingers would have fun with that! Gotta get back to your blog! thanks for sharing, PJ

Bone*Head*Studios said...

PJ, Welcome!!! I'm always afraid to try something new.. to me...but Apoxie sculpt has been around for a while and I needed something that had strength,I researched it after hearing it pop up over and over, and it's getting easier and easier as I go! Hope you try it too then we can help each other along the way? Thank you for the comments!
blessings,Flora

Bone*Head*Studios said...

Hi Darlene!!! Sweetie how do I keep missing these comments???? I wasn't ignoring you , just old age creeping up on me again! so I take it that polymer and apoxie are about the same to work with except for the working time? Then I better try it out !..Any comments on cernit?..lol
blessings,Flora

The Whimsical Goblin said...

Polymer is a little softer. You can get a little better detail I think. But thats just my opionion. They both have their advantages and disadvantages. I like working with both depending on what I do. I usually use both together too.

Ive never worked with Cernit, was wanting to try though.

Bone*Head*Studios said...

I kinda thought that the polymer would be softer,what I don't think I'd like is if it's like the marshmallow quality?
Blessings,Flora

Studio At Crow Haven Farm said...

Love your work...I just found you! Can't wait to see what has been going on in your studio! Happy Holidays.
Cheers
Michelle

Bone*Head*Studios said...

Thank you Michelle for visiting with me and for taking the time to leave me a sweet message!
Blessings,Flora