My recent focus has been creating fundraising items for Bring Kallen Jorgenson home!. I’ve been working on a few things outside of that, but much of the stuff below is for sale if you’re interested!
My quest to perfect the creation and costing process for my work continues. Thus there hasn’t been a lot listed to my Etsy store recently. With luck that will change before the next update. *crosses fingers*
All the Donation Dogs!
Four new plaster corgiloafs (seen in the workbench photo) and four new resin Fat Corgi magnets that have put their paws to the cause! The pink corgis are already spoken for, but the rest are for sale for the fundraiser.
Each of the magnets is $10, which includes US shipping and a cute gift
I’m also in the midst of sculpting a Christmas ornament (or medallion). The draft horse and the pony are laid in, but need work. Now that I have the basic layout roughed out, it’s just on to tweaking the details until I’m happy.
Flat Cat Painting Kits
I created a lot of Flat Cat Head casts as I tested out the various glue and plaster mixes. (More on that in a later post!) At first, I was going to try painting them all myself… but now I think I’m going to throw up a Paint-it-Yourself kit in my Etsy store.
The plan is to offer them as sets of three (or five
I will have some kits to send out to the Beta Testers, so keep your eye on the mailing list for updates! 🙂
It’s been crazy humid lately, so I haven’t done as much work on the horses as I would have liked. Now that I’m done with the donation corgis, I’m trying to get back in the swing of things… I still have a bunch of body box trade horses that need finishing!
I picked up a few more bodies at Walmart which means I’m not making much of a dent in my to-be-painted piles! (I keep hoping Series 2 blind bags will show up if I buy all the Series 1).
100 Days of Something Creative…
I had good intentions, but I’ve been incredibly lax with this project. It’s never too late to try again, so I’m still trying to get back on track!
I’d like to get in the rhythm of two art posts on my Instagram for every writing post (since those take longer). My goal is to be at the workbench for at least half an hour a day– because once I sit down I tend to get lost in the process! 🙂
I’ve had some luck combining listening to classes on Udemy with painting, so that’s my plan for this week(s)… Onwards! 😀