A bit of everything
These heads look great painted. I am afraid to paint the heads I made. Can you hear me clucking??
oh my gosh mim! how fantastic these turned out! i think you may have a new career. i like the kindly neighbor guy, what will you sew for him? maybe knit a vest? hee hee. why not?
jeez louise mim! these are amazing! i can't believe you've accomplished these in such a short learning curve! i love the blue eyebrows! what made you think to do that?! (adorably creative)!darn that blogger is forcing me to leave this comment withoug being able to go back and look at these guys again. and the bodies come next? i can't wait.....lovekj
:D :D :D :) :} :D :D :D !!!!!!A million and a half thumbs up!Honestly, give me lessons.
I'm so glad you like them. These little clay people are becoming like little pets!
Mim they have such character. I can see a whole play evolving from these dolls. Amazing how alive they look in their now painted faces.Hugs.
These are FANTASTIC Mim! I really like the personalities and expressions you've given these guys. The top one doesn't have to be a man. Kind of looks like a Joan Crawford person to me. Keep going! These are great.
marvelous colors and expressions. the imagination tingles. you are a genius.
Haha yeh far less spooky with their faces dolled up. Very quirky. You could make 'hobby heads' out of them instead of hobby horses hahahaha!
You clever thing...faces are so difficult to paint...love the personalities and your commentary!
oh what a riot they are.. Very good Mim.. I love the personalities you came up with.
Interesing indeed! Now, these figures ARE taking on completely new personas!Love,♥ Robin ♥
These all turned out wonderfully. I love the different personalities, of course your little comments leave me wondering what middle of the road neighbor has done....
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