My December project is a steampunk goldfish inside the belly of a steampunk cat. The goldfish part is finished and resting comfortably in my DA gallery.
Problems were encountered with the cat when the glass belly couldn't take the heat and pressure of baking with polymer clay. That problem has been solved, but with all my other commitments, this December project is not getting finished until the first or second week of January.
Don't dispair. This project, titled "Bad Steampunk Kitty", is gonna be mega awesome!
Progress on this piece will be updated daily on my blog starting January 1st at http://fauxhead.blogspot.com/
I just started my own group, BugZoo (https://www.deviantart.com/bugzoo), a place where amazing and beautiful insects are on display. That's what I'm hoping for anyway. Right now, I just have a few insects, but hope for many, many more. I wanted to call the group BugJar, but that was taken. And it was surprising that BugZoo was available.
I knew I wanted to start a new group, but with all my interests, there was some debate as to which interest to pursue. There are so many groups about digital art and photography; pursuits that I am only just competent. I make out pretty well with polymer clay, but there are many clay and craft groups to cover that.
I settled on a g
While browsing through my gallery you may notice that I do a little bit of everything. There are paper sculptures, photography and polymer clay pieces, just to name of few. I even added some vector art a few months ago. I would love to find my niche, but I just can't seem to settle on one thing.
So I tried something out in November that seemed to work pretty well. While working on one big project, I continued to post other things. My big project was my White Lion Mask. I took my time and made sure each step was thoroughly thought out and executed. No rush. And each week there were other things for me to post on DA. While work contin