Week 25 – Dwarf Face
Posted on June 23, 2016 in Fantasy Sculptures, Polymer Clay Challenge by Katie Oskin
2016 Polymer Clay Challenge
The 2016 polymer clay challenge has really taken a different course this year than I thought that it would. I have so much enjoyed making these little faces. I lave the personality, expression, and joy that comes on each little face. *Sigh* I do truly LOVE making these little cuties.
Floppy Eared Dwarf Face
One of my favorite parts about dogs are their floppy ears. This little dwarf took on that floppy eared look with his giant smile and perky nose. You just know this guy has a story to tell. I love the “smirk” that developed on this dwarf face, seemingly all on it’s own. That is just ONE of the things I love so much about clay, is its ability to take on whatever characteristic it wants. Sometimes I force the polymer clay to do what I want, other times I just let it happen all on it’s own.
The past few weeks I have talked to each of you about “voice” and what that means in your clay work. If you have stuck to one primary theme (like my faces theme) then you should be starting to see your own “voice” emerge in each and every piece. Can you see it?
In the comments below: Tell me what the hardest part is about finding your “voice” through your clay work.
If you Like Face Sculptures Too…
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