I finally bit the bullet and got a Facebook account in the hopes of boosting views on my Etsy shop. Here's a link to it. https://www.facebook.com/The-Black-Queens-Court-1609081982738782/ There isn't much there yet, but it would be nice if you checked it out.
Not mine but my sister's. She is a talented fantasy writer, and I'm not just saying that because she's related to me. She has quite a few short stories which have been published and are linked to on the site, and her first novel is coming out towards the end of this year. She is also totally insanely fond of daleks and even makes fur ones (I'm more the Master sort myself but to each their own). Here is a picture of one of them to wet your appetite (there are plenty more on her site).
Go there now! (Or don't but seriously if you like fantasy and or daleks check it out!) http://www.wordsmeetworld.com/
In this entry I will discuss my creation process.
As I suspect is true with all art the start of a creation is an idea. Often it is a particular character that I want to make, sometimes a new type of creature I'd like to try and construct. Always, however, it is the idea that comes first.
Second is usually the gathering of materials. Once I decide who I want to make I take note of what I will need as every character has specific requirements. At this point I seek out and purchase the fabric I will need for their clothing, the type of hair they will have to have, the eyes I want to use, any trim or buttons they will need and so on. This part