Miniature 1:12 scale wooly animals, figurines and furniture
"Children are a heritage from the Lord, offspring a reward from him. Like arrows in the hands of a warrior are children born in one’s youth. Blessed is the man whose quiver is full of them." Psalm 127 : 3-5
My lovely children
Alissa & Me
Alissa & Adalynn
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long hair cat
White spotted Hen
Polar Bear and Baby Seal
Polar Bear in the snow.....
German pointer dog
Opossum and babies
Portuguese Water Dog
Horse and Buggy
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On my last post I showed you a male head that I was working on. Well I haven't finished him yet because I think he is a character.... I am thinking of a cowboy or some kind of character.
Meanwhile I felt like sculpting a full sculpt. I normally create heads and limbs because I like my dolls to be posable but full sculpts are fun to make and serve differently in the dollhouse world, don't you think?:)
Its late at night but I decided to make a post to show "Bill". he is already listed on my etsy store if you like to take him home, grin, or just enjoy view his pictures below!:)
He has a lot details... his skin is textured and you can see tiny blood veins too. I also added few veins on his hands and legs because his body is medium muscular frame.
For international viewers, the picture showing the dime coin is about 3/4 of an inch (the coin). His face is very small and proportional.
I hope you enjoyed your visit !
Have a lovely Thanksgiving week, for those that celebrate.
Here a new head I have been working on. I have a whole new technique in making glass eyes and I have been using on my lately sculpts but this man's heads have at least 2 new things done differently than my previous work; I am painting with a different medium and I m using acetone to clean up the clay.:)
Please meet Annabella and Sammy. Like most children, they are anxious for Christmas time!:)
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Victorian Woman close-up
Victorian young woman
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About my Miniature work
All animals on this blog were handmade by me. Although pictures are enlarged, they are dollhouse ( 1:12 scale). The animals are handsculpted over a wire armature . I use cernit clay because is durable and flexi-able. most of my animals have wool that were applied with a precise technic or they have wool flockling. All figurines and furnitures are also made by me and are all One Of a Kind
Please click on the picture below to visit my friend Anita's blog! She is an incredible writer of fairytales that loves to create beautiful things; her love for France can be seen throughout her posts. Please be sure to visit her!!!
Castles Crowns and Cottages
Modern teenager boy
Tatiana~ pregnant momma
4 year old boy
Elf and Reindeer
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AIM - "An association of professional international artisans, dedicated to promoting a high standard of excellence in original handcrafted scale miniatures."
Hi, my name is Patricia Cabrera and I am originally from Brazil. I blessed with 7 wonderful children .We live in a working farm and the children are homeschooled.I have always to think, think, think before writing a profile since I am not always sure how to put into words who I am. However, stories and characters is a good start.
Because all I do revolves around those two things. I love writing plays, illustrating books, sculpting characters, and painting with oil paintings.
Most artists that I know state the need to focus on one thing at a time, to give everything they have to that one work- I am quite the opposite .*grin* My work is produced better when I have at least three very different projects at one time! I can always leave one aside and work on the other, so when I come back to the previous, my mind is refreshed and ready to start again.
I am an artist that will " sculpt for food" ,grin!
My past work will not mean anything if I don't do something to bring a better future!