Thursday, July 26, 2012
Sometimes overcoming a traumatic event, (like your own death), requires a visit or two to a qualified mental health professional. Fortunately, as you can see here, the famous psychoanalyst, Dr, Sigmund Freud, is still helping patients on the other side. Hypnotherapy, lots of reading material about death, a big box of kleenex and sometimes a good stiff drink are all helpful tools in getting the recently deceased to accept and even embrace their new "situation".
The figures are sculpted from polymer clay and painted with acrylics, the furniture is made from clay and wood and the "books" are clay with paper covers.
Oh, and if you want to try self hypnosis, your can actually spin the hypnotic spiral!
The wooden base measures 5" x 7 1/2" and the piece is 5" tall.
Tuesday, July 17, 2012
Handsome and charming? Maybe, but also very DEADLY! Armando told his lady friend that they were going to dance the Tango, but he had other plans for her! As you can see, instead he has bitten into her succulent, (but boney) neck. Poor thing!
Monday, July 16, 2012
This fun handmade wedding cake topper will make a wonderful addition to your Day of the Dead themed wedding! The piece features a skeleton bride and groom and their dog.The figures are sculpted from polymer clay and painted with acrylics. The bride is wearing a tulle veil and a lace embellished wedding gown. Her hair is dark brown viscose and she's carrying a bouquet of red roses. She has a crystal "wedding ring" and she's holding hands with the groom, who looks dapper in his black tux. Their dog is wearing a black leather collar with a pink heart shaped charm and he's jumping up on the groom!
Thursday, July 12, 2012
In this Day of the Dead diorama, we're at the dog show. The judge has just made her decision and awarded the 1st place ribbon to....the skeleton dachshund, of course!
The figures are sculpted from polymer clay and painted with acrylics. The piece measures about 6 1/4" tall with a 4" diameter wooden base.
Available on eBay tonight, July 12th.
Sunday, July 8, 2012
Meet Billy. Bowling for her team the "Lucky Strikers", she won the league championship at Maple Lanes in 1965. She's been gone for quite a while, but this is still her proudest moment! Billy and her props are sculpted from polymer clay and painted with acrylics. Billy is inspired by my mom who also had red hair and bowled with a baby blue and white swirl bowling ball.