Show Girl

Now from an Angel to a Show Girl. I seem to go from one end of the scale to the other LOL!
This sculpt is smaller then usual. She is approx 5 inches tall.
 her bra corset and pants and gloves are made of clay, The skirt is lace but her pink boots are clay.
The photos I took are not good and batteries are flat on my camera grrrr!
So I may change some photos later when Camera is back in action.
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13 comments:

Wendy said...

Love her! So much personality.

Ros Made Me said...

I love her fishnet stockings... cannot believe how small she is. Brilliant!

PAKY said...

I love it!! is a great work!!

Maria said...

I love her she's so detailed considering how small she is. I would love to see more photo's so I hope you can get your camera sorted.

Anne - Imagination Beads said...

it must have taken ages to make this, you've done a great job.

Caroline Nash said...

Your work is exquisite so perfect in every detail.

Planet Penny said...

She's fantastic! Love what you are doing with clay, as I sculpt in wool. My first big piece was for my degree show, and she was a stripper so would get on well with your Showgirl! Great to fing your blog vi Making Monday.

SimJaTa said...

Oh my goodness, just how stunning is she, I must dash off and look at the others. What a superb talent you have.

I have really enjoyed meeting so many new crafters after joining Handmade Monday, so glad I did.

Lynda

Shpangle said...

Fantastic as always and the level of detail is incredible! Isn't it frustrating when a camera runs out of batteries...I spend a fortune on mine!

Mick

cj - Curious Cat Creative said...

I love seeing your work, always so beautifully detailed :)

Picto said...

Great showgirl, her outfit is brilliant.
I have a re-charger constantly plugged in and alternate my batteries, they don't last over long and I still need regular batteries when I take the camera out for any length of time but for home I now always have a couple of charged ones.

Jan x

Susie said...

It's still hard to imagine how you do these, they are so finely detailed. Amazing work!

Pretty Shabby said...

I love her, OMG she would fit in so well with my craft room. Wow, I know what i want for Xmas :)