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FaeMaker: Making Fantasy Characters in Polymer Clay Paperback – September 8, 2012
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Dawn Schiller is an internationally collected, self-taught artist. Her award-winning work has appeared in shows, galleries, books and magazines in the U.S. and Europe. She teaches figurative art online and at retreats, as well as in her Santa Clarita, California studio. Visit Dawn online at Oddfae.com.
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However after making a troll and a witch - both modified, I really how much fun it can be to put your time into making those tricky parts and using a soft, poseable body which can stand on its own. I also have a tricky time with that. I picked up some great tips for costumes, hair, and armatures that I know I can use in other projects.
Her directions are clear, though at times you'll be told to do this like in this project... but at least she gives page numbers. Honestly though if she repeated the steps each project the book would be twice as thick. It takes time and practice to master a head and hands and this book really gave me the impetus to work on skills and not worry about sculpting a body.
My work with polymer clay has been self-taught, and this book did not let me down. Highly recommended to anyone who wants to create something "a little off the beaten path".
Some great tips for making your own tools too!
I am now looking at the world in a much different light---and smiling more! I will be watching for more books by Dawn Schiller!