How frequently we say we are off to work but seldom do we say we are off to play. I try to say this often because what my ears will hear, my heart then will believe. Even when I am working, I like to say I am playing because it makes me view the project differently.
I have two different types of metallic paints but soon discovered that it didn't matter which one I used - they both gave me the same effect. This metallic effect is what I called my Fairy Glamour. Catch the lighting just right and my little Eemp has her own personal magical glow.
Of course being twins, what one has... the other wants. Even with my blue wash over the white porcelain, my little blue Eemp wanted some fairy glamour too. I always find it interesting that even though my twins are out of the same mold but with different coloring of skins tones, that they each develop their own personality.
They still continued to play with me as I was finishing up because they told me that even though Eemps are made of part Pyksee's laugh they also have a touch of Fairy glamour. As a result, my Eemps needed wings. Really? Yes, I was told. They reminded me I was here to play - so we made wings. If you would like to see a quick tutorial of what they invited me to create, check out the tutorial section of my website.
Welcome to my blog. This is where I will reveal the magic of my Fae and their stories and share with you some of the success and pitfalls through the journey of doll making, sculpting, and other crafts that all come back to my dolls in many ways.