She involved a lot of disked being made, and even chain mail being carved into her torso. a mix of glazes where combined to bring her to life and beading added after firing to give her a bit more pizzaz.
This is one of my warrior womenshe is up for sale on my Etsy site, get in quick whilst she lasts, as she is a one off, no two are ever alike.
So the fun begins once again on a Thursday, time to get the hands dirty, the rings and nails full of clay and a smile in place.
This time around I had two mens mannequin bottoms to play with, who could resist really, not me that is for sure. These are made from a simple process of a slab rolled out and shaped over the buttocks (don’t forget to use glad wrap or spay with canola oil before putting the clay on), then a damp sponge taken over to for the contours more, then designs rolled out, or in this case a lace doily used then my little men and women drawn all over, can not forget the love heart tattoo though.
A closer look at the details on this one, yes those little men and women are quite cheeky.
See even on this one they get up to mischief.
So tell me what colours do you think I should play with on these two.