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Dearly Departed Souls WIP

Polymer Clay Sculpts...Next Process is to add their wire skeleton then hands & Feet...


I use 18 gauge wire

i find this gauge keeps them standing firmly and they are still easy to pose




Time to go in the oven

I use a dixie paper plate in a 250 oven for about 10 min



He's been painted and his limbs have been wrapped with strips of cotton batting

He is now a She...I added Hair and clothing....not quite done...but near





12 comments:

The Frog Queen said...

Oh wow, that is just amazing. A plate full of souls! Thanks for sharing the process on your amazing work.

Cheers!

Above the Norm said...

First of all, those faces are amazing. Second, I love seeing how you put the whole thing together. Can't wait to see the finished product.
~Julie~

Autumnforest said...

That is so clever! Oh my gosh! Can't wait to see them all done. :-)

Jonty said...

Delightful groosume fun i have to agree with everyone so far. I am going to be watching these guys grow lol.

Jonty said...

Ooops i meant gruesome lol.

Tamara Dozier said...

Love watching your process. Looking forward to seeing the finished work.

adelesspookyart said...

Thanks for all the Positive comments everyone...I will be adding more progress photos tomorrow...

SpOOky Dreams my Friends...~adele~

Designs By CK said...

TOO FUN and enjoyed seeing the creative "bare bones" process! '-)

SpOOky CK (-:

Jonty said...

I was wondering how you'd skip over the body building & yet give the impression of just bones under clothing lol. Superb stuff loving watching these guys grow lol Keep it coming.

Georgina said...

These are freakin' great!!!

Jonty said...

Oh yes got my spook-omiter going off the scales. Love him er!, her lol.

Don said...

Far out! This is wonderful. Great to see the steps you took. Beautifully sculpted, gee, and great photos too. (First timer here)