Tuesday, November 4, 2008

More uses for scrap clay...

I am still playing with left over clay. Scraps, ends of canes, colors twisted together...you know what I mean.

This one started because I thought the swirly clay looked like a lake, the rest just happened.

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More swirls reminded me of lollipop flowers, added some slices of reddish canes and there you go.

You knew I'd have to do one of my girls. I am using silver clay for those natural highlights, that we all seem to be getting these days. My girl is rockin' her gray!

I made these "pictures" on 4" x 6" index cards, and after dotting on some gold gel pen accents, I baked them right on the card. After they cooled, I was able to peel the card off, for a smooth back, that I will eventually glue onto a support and frame in a 5 x 7 frame. I photographed them on a sheet of craft foam for continuity

That's all for today. Take care and keep making art!

5 comments:

Crafty Gal Linda said...

Susan, clever use of left over clay. I love the gal. Great work.

sashibala said...

Those are wonderful, Susan! That's more the type of thing I used to do before I got brave and tried my hand at the ATCs which lead to my discovery of my girls. :)

Ooooh... I want to go play with my clay now!

Cindy Lietz, Polymer Clay Tutor said...

Great job... way to use up those scraps Susan! Love the lady! The added dots look real cool too!

Funky Art Queen said...

Very creative use of clay. I think the top pic looks like a fairy door.

Pocket Full of Prettys said...

Such creativity! Love the lollipop flowers & the lady & I can relate to the silver hair! Ha! Hugs***Renea