What a handsome captain!:) I always love the little stories you spin and these pieces are just great.:) I wonder if Wendell will catch anything else in the "Rag Sea"! LOVE it!:) hugs, Amy
They are so cute! Love the weathered sea captain! He looks like he's sailed many-a-seas! And what a loverly mermaid! You do such amazing work...which reminds me...I must take a photo of Petunia for you! :o) Blessings!
MOM! you cannot sell these!They are original fine art pieces! You need to put together a portfolio!I'm getting mad now! laughing. yours,little church.
Friedel,Thanks for the Directions, as you know I always listen to you. I love and Miss you so much its making me feel sick. Mooma
Awwww, I hate to interrupt the momma thing-but....is that actually HAIR in the ol' captains ears??!! Of course, I know, but he is fantastic, Baggy.Wuv, Debra
yeh, that's hair alright...you know these grizzly sea captains have a lot of hair in their ears...why...no scissors...No Barbers?
I love these 2!! I love especially the hair in the captain`s ears,also,how did you do that nose? Paperclay?phylliso
Yep, Paperclay over muslin...that's his head...you can't see it but he has a bald spot right in the back where bald spots go.LOL
Thanks for telling me,I always wanted to make a muslin doll with a paperclay head,but didn`t know how the body would be with a paperclay head,whether it would be too heavy or how to attach it all,phylliso
Hi Robin. I just absolutely love the both of them, I always enjoy seeing your creations. I wish I was a fly in your work room. It has be buzzin in there. The creativity that flow through that room alone must be enormous. Such a pleasure, God Bless,Julie
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