2010 m. sausio 31 d., sekmadienis

2009 m. gruodžio 25 d., penktadienis

2009 m. gruodžio 9 d., trečiadienis


work in progress
I'm very excited about this one. It's made of paperclay and inside the head is a Styrofoam ball which I carved from electronics parts package. The brown eyes are plastic. Impossible to find glass eyes here in LT yet, but I'm planning to buy some online. This doll is going really big. The biggest yet.
I am again excited to create dolls. This is my biggest blessing. goodbye depressions and art blocks.



This is my take at Claudia from The Interview with a Vampire movie. Only my Claudia is a speculation of what she might have looked like if she could grow up not having to look like the grown up actress (I personally think she looked so charming as a little girl and I don't like her now at all)
I made this for a friend, she wanted Claudia that could sit in her palm. I hope she will not be mad at me that I didn't make her exact as in the movie.

So she is 25 cm (can easily sit in a palm) Made mostly of paperclay with some aid of epoxy putty. Copper wire for armature, remind me to never ever under any circumstances use it, because it breaks off easily and I had breaking off limbs during the process which really sucked. I also made some other random mistakes, like her arms are bit too long and her face is much off symmetry. So overall it was my first attempt at doing something that small of air drying clay.





2009 m. gegužės 27 d., trečiadienis

Anna Varna (Sopor Aeternus)

I am making something after someone I loved very much. a while ago at least. I still have the affection for her(his) music and spirit, but it's not that naive anymore.

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Anna Varney Cantoidea herself is in the last photo, which was made by Joachim Luetke

2009 m. balandžio 11 d., šeštadienis

Ceramic Treasure Box



My new doll in progress
ForN copy