Tuesday, 12 May 2009
Great link and wonderful ideas.
I found this website today and thought it could be useful not only for people that make cards/scrapbooks but also for people that make miniatures, and in particular witch and wizard miniatures.
Theres a fabulous tutorial on knotwork which could be applied to miniatures,
Alongside this the lady shows you how to get metal effects, work with fibres and film, creat altered art, and much much more.
Much of these techniques could be applied to all manner of miniatures, such as wall surfaces, floors, furniture, windows, books, scrolls, fashion and so on and so on.
Check it out... simply fantastic and so clever.
I'm busy today finishing some work for my friend and also trying to get some things ready for ebay. Tomorrow i have all the washing to look forward to.
Then on Friday i'm going to the Kensington Dolls House show and so looking forward to that.
Last time i went on the tube and trains you will remember i got stuck everywhere because of my knee, lost my bag and arrived home in lots of pain and tears... Lol.
This time i hope my knee manages all those stairs.
Plus remember i didnt have my glasses and couldnt see the tube maps and again had to seek help... oh lol. Well this time i'm well equiped and have my super all seeing new glasses so wont miss a thing. So all the seeing people this time can be left alone and i'll know where i'm going without help.
I have to laugh... else i would cry, Lol!
Oh yes, do you like my cute little witch at the side. I can't get the top of the page to look right, but it will have to do with my lack of techno knowledge.
I think i prefer it and think she would make a fabulous doll. If you look at her she would be lovely to sculpt and her dress is pretty in a witch way.
I've not seen anyone sculpt faces like the little witch and think she could be interesting.
Also not being that much of a whiz kid i've also managed to make an ebay link that stands out. Somehow and like magic and i dont really remember how i brought the ebay image to this page. Simply amazing... lol.
Im my quest for learning how to dress the wizard i've been sculpting, does anyone have any good link tutorials for making shoes and boots.
Plus also any tutorial links for making clothes, robes and underwear etc.
I know these links would help others too that are just learning to sculpt and dress dolls. I'd love to make some curly toed leather boots with laces.
Yesterday i managed to make a dragon skin handbag (like you do) and not that i love sewing, but the time sewing was quite enjoyable. I need to make a dragon eye for the clasp and then i can show my first attempts.
I won't sell it because it has a few faults. I have just the person in mind for this one as a gift. Hmmmm, i wonder who it could be? You will have to wait for the postman.
Here is the link to the blog background i have and also to some other beautiful titles and backgrounds too. The lady doesnt have many but they are all very pretty.