Tuesday, December 05, 2006

Heads for teapot swap







Here are my heads for the teapot swap...I used my willow mold for two...Jacque's witch mold for two and Jean Bernard's mold for one...now we are waiting for my heads to arrive...oh my...

5 comments:

Anonymous said...

Those faces are so great! Sherry I'm confused about them being solidly painted the colors. Do you then cover with the flesh? I have almost all of your molds and patterns because I love your work so but alas I've never attempted one. I will get to a class oneday!!! I own the little gourd doll you used from one of the classes you taught and he's so awesome! Devona

Judi said...

Me too ... at first I thought you just used different colors of clay but then you can see the paints. Is it an undercoat for face tone? They're great!

Sue said...

These are fabulous! I agree with the others, though...you are going to have to explain your process. Please?

Sue

shashi said...

Wow they are lovely and the base coat gives such a lovely tint. Do you first paint it all over then remove it to give that tint to the face? Sorry perhaps I shouldn't ask that question as it might be a trade secrete.

Anonymous said...

Very Cool!! I like the way that you work with the undertones first. I was wondering how you got that look.

Nice!