|The doll I wish I had made|
|Maureen doesn't just tell you how to make a hand, she shows you how to notice the details in a hand. Renee, Faith, Kit and Barb are intent on finger lengths, here.|
|One of Beth Wegener's passions is pattern. I love her layers of it!|
|Polymer clay doll by Beth Wegener|
I took this class a different year, and also ran out of time to do the clothes, but opted to just add a few snips of fabric. Since my doll is surprisingly similar in style and pose, it's easy to see how charming she could be with about a hundred more hours invested. Since it's perfectly possible to add on to baked polymer clay sculptures, someday, when I'm in the mood for a super-detailed project, I just might do it. For now, I'll just enjoy Beth's fabulous millifiori patterns and sweet dressmaker details.
Lots of new classes coming up at Maureen's, and even one this fall with her and two other teachers on a cruise ship! Maureencarlson.com.
Oh, and 365 update, as promised: ummmm...check back Thursday? I'd love to tell you that delivery to the printer was delayed by today's snow storm, but in truth I was relieved at not being able to safely get it on up the highway, since it isn't quiiiite ready to go, anyway. Soon. I think.