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Susan Averello
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Week 4 and a real change. This week I decided to go goth and let my inner creepiness just hand out. Carina is all polymer clay except her hair, which is lambs wool, but she is the goriest doll I’ve done. And she was fun. You can’t see it in this picture…
Week 4 and a real change. This week I decided to go goth and let my inner creepiness just hand out. Carina is all polymer clay except her hair, which is lambs wool, but she is the goriest doll I …
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My biggest reason for this challenge was not to just show off dolls I’ve made in the past but to document what I’ve done new and show the process when I find it interesting. I made both of the dolls with the same basic tutorial from Dinko Tilov’s book,…
My biggest reason for this challenge was not to just show off dolls I’ve made in the past but to document what I’ve done new and show the process when I find it interesting. I made both…
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I started yesterday by showing a doll that I consider a true mess. Noting seemed right, even after my first attempt to fix her – in fact that seemed to make things worse. Now I am giving it another try. My first step was to just redo the body. The only…
I started yesterday by showing a doll that I consider a true mess. Noting seemed right, even after my first attempt to fix her – in fact that seemed to make things worse. Now I am giving it a…
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As I’ve been concentrating on my dolls more and more, I’ve also been making more and more switch plates. I guess I could say they are a nice counter point to the the effort a doll takes and there is always something fun after I’m done. I was getting over…
As I’ve been concentrating on my dolls more and more, I’ve also been making more and more switch plates. I guess I could say they are a nice counter point to the the effort a doll takes…
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I have been working on doing dolls for a while now  – I need to started to making more – if only for practice and to explore new ideas. For 2016, I will post at least 2 dolls a month,  and if there if no doll completed in that week, I will post either the…
I have been working on doing dolls for a while now – I need to started to making more – if only for practice and to explore new ideas. For 2016, I will post at least 2 dolls a month, …
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Great new years idea. I hope to do the same. Creatively yours Gwen
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Earlier this summer I posted a tattoo I had gotten. I really wanted a watercolor tattoo but the one I got was really disappointing to me. And it’s on my left wrist (and I’m left handed) so it’s kind of hard to ignore. If it was on my shoulder I could have…
Earlier this summer I posted a tattoo I had gotten. I really wanted a watercolor tattoo but the one I got was really disappointing to me. And it’s on my left wrist (and I’m left handed)…
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The first thing we notice when we see someone is their face, the same holds true for dolls.  As humans we see faces everywhere – they seem so simple. Trying to make a face that works is my biggest challenge. One solution is to stick to very stylized…
The first thing we notice when we see someone is their face, the same holds true for dolls. As humans we see faces everywhere – they seem so simple. Trying to make a face that works is my bi…
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    Finally all down and what a change. I repainted her face (again) and finally costumed her. She reminds me of my HS Enghlish teacher back in the 80. Harsh but delicate feminine blouse. You can’t tell from this shot but she has tiny diamond stud earring…
Finally all down and what a change. I repainted her face (again) and finally costumed her. She reminds me of my HS Enghlish teacher back in the 80. Harsh but delicate feminine blouse.…
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  As you practice and learn, we all make mistakes. This was one that luckily I saved. Fixing those mistakes can be just as much a learning experience as actually starting over. The face was painted and most of the polymer clay parts looked OK. Her shoes…
As you practice and learn, we all make mistakes. This was one that luckily I saved. Fixing those mistakes can be just as much a learning experience as actually starting over. The face was pa…
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As I said in a earlier post, my news years resolutions is to post one doll or at least one in progress each week. At the very worst, it will be a small figurine but the there will be new something each week. The pretty only took my a week which is what…
As I said in a earlier post, my news years resolutions is to post one doll or at least one in progress each week. At the very worst, it will be a small figurine but the there will be new something …
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  I guess that explains a lot.
I guess that explains a lot. Share this:Share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pinterest (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share …
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Still a work in progress, my latest doll – just calling her Kelly for now. They hair and the eyes still need work. She looks like she stuck her finger in a light socket right now. Eek!
Still a work in progress, my latest doll - just calling her Kelly for now. They hair and the eyes still need work. She looks like she stuck her finger in a light socket right now. Eek!
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Polymer clay artist
Skills
sculpting, knitting, MS Office in all its glory, insanity in creativity
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Gender
Female
Other names
Susan Sherry
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  • Blendoku 2
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  • Color Dash Puzzle
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I was always like this
Introduction
My story goes like this, no wait - maybe...Well it's full of false starts and mistakes and lots of love and laughter and a great family. I have always been very introverted but I have a big mouth sometimes. Kind of nerdy and I love crafting and making things. My biggest beef is dishonesty. If we cut through the bullshit, life could be a lot easier.
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Bayonne NJ