Saturday, March 1, 2014

Out With A Friend



 I am ready to move on to something totally different now.  I really enjoy adding flock, fur and feathers to sculpts but I hate working with polymer clay.

Hope you are having a good weekend. We are finally having a warm, sunny day here.

18 comments:

  1. Cute as a bunny! (hahaha…)

    Maybe you should consider a different polymer clay? It shouldn't be such a chore or a challenge to work with.

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  2. Your're rabbits are so cute! You have done a tremendous job, they look perfect!
    The weather is very spring-like here in the UK too!
    Kind regards, Brian.

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  3. GORGEOUS Catherine!!!! I look forward to see your next project....so pleased your weather is starting to warm up, we have just entered into Autumn.....Winter's on the way!
    Linda x

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  4. Hudson is sitting here beside me, I showed him your new rabbits.....he had a huge smile and reached out to touch them.....even Hudson likes your work!!!!

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    1. Awww! he is such a cute baby. I would love to meet him too.

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  5. They're so cute! Do not give up the polymer clay, I love your work. ;)

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  6. Oh how adorable! Really, really nice work, I just want to pet their fuzzy little heads--- the new one is perfect :)

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  7. So they didn't exactly breed like rabbits :). They're beautiful.

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  8. If you don't like polymer clay maybe you should have a try to work with air drying clay. It is a completely different kind of sculpting and even though I work mainly with polymer I prefer air drying clay.

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  9. Your rabbits are amazing!
    Bye, Faby

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  10. The rabbits are simply stunning :)

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  11. they're so cute :) sorry you had a bad experience with poly clay

    Hugs
    Marisa

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  12. Wouw, both rabbits are gorgeous!

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  13. Your new rabbit is adorable with its paws out.

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