|3 Dec 2004|| Dani Smith|
I'm sure it's a fairy's version of 'pull my finger'...
Okay, bad BAD joke, sorry. But it's really good-and you should do the hair like that every SINGLE TIME! Heh... ^.^ I'm sure the hours you put into this (and hours and hous) totally make the mod's choice to you, maybe, let's say... "Well, DUH!" Dawn D Davidson
replies: "Oh wow, I never thought of that before! Bad joke, but funny."
|3 Dec 2004|| Galleddrim|
Great job, and congrats on the mods choice. Keep up the good work. Will catcha later.
|3 Dec 2004|| Gordie Heetebrij|
Very cute little peoples you have there. Can i ask how you take a picture of something so small without casting a shadow? My pics suck Dawn D Davidson
replies: "Well...I use my digi camera on macro setting with NO FLASH - camera flashes make beastly shadows, so you have to provide another really bright light source to keep your camera from flashing if it's automatic. "
|3 Dec 2004|| Stephanie 'Pegacorna' Small|
This is amazing. I don't know how to do sculpture kind of stuff. Great Job! Congrats on mods choice!
|6 Dec 2004|| Patti|
Wow... very nice.
I just started working with Sculpey III polymer clay...
I can make a decent snowman! Heh... yea, I'm learning...
(I'm trying to make a dragon [or winged lizard... not quite sure]... he's sitting behind me unfinished right now...)
Really amazing work. I don't know how anyone could have enough patients to do all that.
|16 Jan 2005|| Shadowarabian|
I thought this was a picture when i first saw them. They are sooo cute!!! Wonderful Job!!!! Very artistic!!!
|16 Jan 2005|| Raquel C. Carneiro|
I love making little fairies with Sculpy too! Mine are very simplistic little fae babies, curled up inside acorns, and I glue found objects, twigs, dried leaves, birch bark, moss, etc.
What doyou use for the eyes? Are they painted on or do you use tiny glass eyes? Dawn D Davidson
replies: "I use glass beads with the eyes painted on, since I haven't found anyone who makes glass eyes small enough. It's not the best system; they look better in this pic than they do up close, but it's the best I've managed to come up with so far. For really tiny fairies, plain black beads work well to give them that pupil-less, feral Froudish look."
|5 Jun 2005|| Quiet and shy|
Cuties! I have a great fondness for sculptures. Mine are "cute," but I'd rather "realistic and cute" like these, if you know what I mean. The girl one is especially wonderful. ^_^
Are the eyes glass? I can't figure out where to get glass eyes that don't suddenly drain me of money >_<. Dawn D Davidson
replies: "Glass beads, with eyes painted on. It is annoying that real glass eyes are so expensive, but I haven't found any this size, anyway."
|26 Jan 2006|| Keeper of the Marshmallows|
*sighs and shakes head* Anyone who can do this has definately got my respect, ten times over! Wow. Wow! Wow. *walks away dazedly, still shaking head in amazement and saying "wow" spontaneously* (What is a mods choice? Whatever it is, I'm sure you deserve it! WOW.)
|7 Dec 2008|| Sherri L. White|
They are so well done they look real and alive ! I love their expresive faces and their poses are perfect !!! Just frelling wow !!!