|25 Apr 2007|| Malkin|
She's beautiful - how did you make it? Linda Griego
replies: "Thank you so much! I made it from a lump of puppen fimo polymer clay. I created a wire skeleton and built the doll on to the skeleton. How I do it exactly, I don't know. Creatures just emerge from the clay. It really is kind of magical to see it and help it happen."
|2 Jun 2007|| Anonymous|
she's AMAZING!! i love her pose
|9 Oct 2007|| Becca Eyes Sturgill <|
What a lovely little goddess! she's wondeful! thank you so much for sharing her!
|13 Nov 2007|| Blue Fox 23|
That is so beautiful!, but I was wondering is when you make the sculpture over the wire frame is it OK to bake in the oven afterwards?. Linda Griego
replies: "Yeah, there's no problem with baking over the armature. The bake temp for the clay is only 265 and that doesn't phase the wire at all. "
|29 Mar 2008|| Anon.|
her dress is fab Linda Griego
replies: "Thank you! You would be surprised what little bits of this and that and some glue will do..."
|18 Aug 2008|| Lizzie Ann Konetz|
She’s beautiful!Where did your inspiration come from?~silverlugia Linda Griego
replies: "This sculpture was a commission. The person who commissioned her is a painter. I asked her what she wanted and she used words like strong, soft, flow, natural,...I took her words and looked at her picture and her art and the inspiration for this piece was so clear."
|22 Oct 2008|| Marissa Sophie Grey von Krosigk|
No way. She’s beautiful! And so realistic ... I tried sculpting with clay recently...oi. Great job!
|9 Dec 2008|| Sara Marie Evans|
OOOO I love her expression!