Monday, March 1, 2010

Sheep, Rabbit and Infant sculpt

Some times I spent more time trying to figure out how to improve or make my minis more realistic than the time spent in making the minis itself. Well , for these sheep I am not sure if I can say that only because of the time consuming , grin, but at the end I was *truly* happy with my newly results.
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This little rabbit is a little bigger than the scale but I thought he could make a lovely collector's item or a play scale too. Oh yes... he has a little friend too ...grin.... a micro butterfly...


This is Nathan, my newly baby infant sculpt. I have been baby sitting the pastor's new baby ( Nathan ) every Sunday evening when our pastor comes to our farm and we have a wonderful evening of bible studies. I get to feed baby Nathan and hold him. For the past few weeks I thought to sculpt him so here he is .... grin... although the REAL Nathan is priceless mine has a starting bid of $.99!*smiles*


7 comments:

Christel Hutson said...

I love them all! The baby is so small Pat, how do you ever see? Your style is so beautiful,The animals always look so real! and this little baby is so sweet! each new being that comes from your hands goes to my heart. love, Christel

Glenda said...

All brilliant! Especially like the sheep :)
Glenda

miniacollection said...

Everything is beautiful, but I really love the rabbit.
Geneviève

Castles Crowns and Cottages said...

Tita, what can I say; you are the Master sculptress!!!! I love bunnies as you know, and your Dutch rabbit here is FABULOUS! The sheep, their wool, and baby Nathan are a joy to behold! I am so glad to see you are working on what you love so much, and WE ALL LOVE IT TOO!!!

Bisous to you my darling friend! Anita

Anneke said...

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Ascension said...

Genial!!!!, pasate por mi blog, tienes un premio para ti.
besitos ascension

Angelsdoor * Penny said...

Dear Pat
Exquisite work! What can I say... I am speachless
Blessings, Penny