Main » Entries archive
I was busy bee this weekend and the outcome of my creativity is zillions of miniature potions, brews, poisons and liquids for dolls house 1/12 scale. They are really just bottles made from air dry clay, painted with acrylic paint and distressed. lol
They are all unique, as i do not like repeating myself, though i have to sometimes.
Anyway, pictures of these bottles are below:
Views: 2632 |
I do not know why I have never published the following pictures anywhere before. Probably, I was embarrassed by the way I took them. They are somewhat flirty.
Oui! Do not get too close!
And witch on her own:
And her cabin (sorry for quiality again, it was sooo dark):
This is my 'Witch cabin' with witch (obviously) inside. I made her a partner. hahahaha.
you have seen Harry Potter then you will be able to notice slight
similarity to S. Snape. I had great fun making him, sitting with few of
his pictures and trying to match face features with polymer clay.
have failed his famous frock indefinitely, and made his trousers too
short and that’s look comical, believe me. The pictures quality wise are
not that good. They were made with my old camera in the dark room inside of 300 years old house. Spooooooky :)) No ghosts in the house actually, all checked.
I have made furniture for the cabin using various fallen wood sticks from the garden. It was not an easy task as I had to mix and match the same time and PVA was drying really slow. It took me about a week to complete table, chair, bed and the shelf. No treatment was given to the wood and it’s still fine.
Fireplace is another story... It made of real stones. I spent loooong weeks gluing stones together with hot glue gun, adjusting them and gluing again. The cabin weight is now about 2 kg more.
Bookstand was made similar way to the fireplace. Book has real pages and leather cover. I used to love making miniature books. I sold my handmade collection of medieval and "evil" books and for some reason lost an interest. May be one day...
Anyway, anything else you want to know about this cabin, please ask. I will try my best to describe it.
Hope you enjoy! :)
Views: 1854 |