This was the last week of an online class with Pamela Hastings on 3D Doll Construction. It was not easy, and I didn't complete all the projects she offered, but it gave me quite a different perspective on doll-making. I have printed out all the lessons to read and study later.
For now, this is my version of her doll "Emerging". My goal is to alter the doll's head to symbolize the sun, and then paint the body with clouds. Not there yet.
|The sun's rays are made of Perler beads|
Last Saturday I took a polymer clay class with Christi Friesen at The Bouncing Bead. This was my first time using resin. I confess, even though I did fill both ponds with water to test for leakage, they both leaked when I added resin. Good thing those are polymer clay fish!
|Two tiny ponds with goldfish and water lilies|
|This little frog just hopped in.|
And, last but not least, last night my doll making group, Imitation of Life Construction Company, met and discussed making doll hats. Some members brought their dolls and hats for Show and Tell. The hostess, Patti Smith, showed us how she makes doll hats and she had made one for each of us to embellish. I left my hat pretty plain, so I can add decorations when I have made a doll it will fit. Thank you, Patty!
|Patty Smith made the hat, I added the lace.|
Three great classes, three great teachers - I have a lot to be thankful for.