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My Blog

Mermaid Progression: "Aquamarine"

August 15, 2014

When I started sculpting, one of the most helpful things for me was to watch progression photos or WIPS (Work in Progress).  It's nice to see the different stages a doll goes through so as you are learning to sculpt, you know it's okay for your doll to look a bit like a bald alien at this point in the process.  =)   Here are some progression photos of my doll, Aquamarine.  Her tail is made using a technique of clay overlay (taught in Tails & Torsos), but with a simplified fin and less cutting of scales.  (Hey...there gets to be A LOT of scales!  It's nice to learn a "short cut version" isn't it?!) Here she is.  Can you...

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Q & A: Can I really learn to Sculpt?

August 03, 2014

I get this question a lot.  Along with questions about which project is easiest.  I'm happy to share the answers with you!  =) If sculpting these fairies something you are very interested in, I'd say definitely. Especially if it is something that calls to you.   I had NO IDEA I could sculpt, and in the beginning, I did not sculpt WELL!  I've made my share of alien-looking fairies and babies, and that part was not as joyful! I really had no sculpting skills in the beginning and watched videos/taught myself.  I was pretty determined and persistent, and I'm sure that played a part.  But having proper instruction really helps.  I like to think being such a beginner myself turned...

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VLOG: My Top 5 (ish) Favorite Sculpting Tools

July 23, 2014

Here's a quick little run down of some of my favorite sculpting tools.  Which are you favorites?You can see how I use them in the Sculpting a Male Head video set. Many of these tools are now available in the Shop here at MakingFairies.

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