Sculpted Child in Clay

I love having a ton of projects all at once. Sometimes it feels like too much but other times it motivates me, keeps my spirit flowing. Recently I've been able to finish up several projects that sat on the back burner while I dealt with life. Life happens fast sometimes then it clams just enough to let you catch your breath and recharge. During my period of rest I finished 4 large projects. I have to say I'm kinda proud of myself.

There are yet 3 unfinished projects in the Sundrip Studio aka my living room. One such project is shown here. She's a 10 inch doll hand sculpted out of cold clay.*Cold clay is clay you don't fire.

Here's what needs to be done to complete this doll and cross her off my artist's to-do list. I need to work on her face more, add hands and decide on clothing. When I work on her face more I'm going to raise the eyebrows so she's not frowning so much but, don't expect a smile. To give her a smile would take away from what I'm trying to express.

Doll stats: hand sculpted, yarn hair, cold clay, 10 inches tall, a first for me. 🙂

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Faith-Magdalene Austin

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