Wednesday, November 14, 2012

Casting Bread On The Water

This is just a view of what I've been up to. Been taking figure drawing and sculpting classes. At last!

Friday, October 5, 2012

Coming Home

I found this cute little canvas and easel on a greeting card that I bought just for the canvas. I used to have a dog and he would faithly be waiting for my arrival at home, I miss him and lately I wish for another dog. In the mean time these little two will have to do besides no need to ever walk them, feed them or clean up after them! The chair and pillows is also my creation. Shoddy I know lol.

Tuesday, June 26, 2012

Roll Over Rover

I know, I know-where is this garden?! I am so easily side tracked by new ideas. Here's some stuff I made because I am at temporary mojo loss on garden or just bored with it at the moment... I scrapped the video (cuz I sounded retarded) and instead here's some photos of the pipe cleaner dog I made. His name is Rover. See is cute little green ball? His tongue is made from sculpey. Go ahead tell me what a geni-ass I am!

Tuesday, June 19, 2012

Just Take The First Step

I want to walk up the steps and recline in the chair, that's how awesome this miniature garden scene is. I wish I knew the artist/source.

I can totally see this in one inch scale. I love the walls too. Come on hands! We have miracles work to do...

Wednesday, June 6, 2012

Nigel-The Gardener

I made another dog from pipe cleaner but this time I think it looks less pipe cleaner because on this one I used my imagination. Of course I have to give credit for the original concept to Myfroggystuff-I accidentally stumbled on her videos on youtube and although she works in larger doll scale-the craft ideas are very useful to miniatures.

I cannot begin to express all the joy of discovering so many amazing artist and doll/miniature enthusiasts blogs I've come across. To be inspired is one of the greatest things.

Mini hugs to you!

Tuesday, May 29, 2012

Thank You

The human form is something that always captivate and inspires one to capture. These caught my eye, the first being a window display in a Japanese restaurant and the second the jewerlry display at Neiman Marcus. I really like the latter because although the figure isn't clearly defined it still has a difinitive impact.

A special thank you and welcome to the new visitors and followers of the blog!