A rococo mermaid in Kato Polyclay.
Here's a small Mermaid to prove it:
She's in Kato Polyclay, and would stand around 7 1/2 inches tall on legs.
Still on the year's Carnegie Dinosaur toy prototypes. Alas, I cannot show them to you yet. Safari, the company producing them, very much wants the subjects to remain a surprise until they are released for public consumption. But thereafter, I’ll post some in progress images, and further develop the Carnegie Museum Dino page. Meantime, here’s the Little Mermaid. You likely saw her before, but... I aim to do more with Hans C. Andersen tales over the next while.
A little Mermaid who swam off on eBay last year. She's Kato Polyclay -- her tail is colored with clay rather than with paint. Love the Kato metallic clays. I added a bit of Jacquard Pearl Ex powders on the surface, too. Were she a human, and standing up, she'd be about 8 inches tall.
The 'Thank You' was to eBay viewers, but serves well for you, kind friends who view this Blog! There are bright e-mails hoarded in my basket, which lift my spirits daily... Thank You!
Those same prized e-mails *will* get answered... truly! I have not mastered time, alas. That’s first on my list for 2007. Key to all things, perhaps...
...who was on eBay. I must away to the work table, but I've added a few images to the Mermaid Gallery. More to come... one can never have too many mermaids.
Here’s Water Lily Mermaid, who appeared on eBay under my ‘ForestBeings’ I.D. She would stand about 8 inches tall, if she had human legs. She’s sculpted in Kato Polyclay. Soon as I can (this blog is a proving a superb Avoidant Activity; I must ration the time spent) I’ll add some favorite sculpting supply links to this page. And... well, we’ll see. Back to the sculpting table...