I haven't yet made a decision on what I will be making this week. I did cut out another Little Patriot yesterday. So maybe I will work on him.
I scheduled the Frontiersman Patriot on ebay to be listed at 4:00 p.m. Mountain time today. So I thought I would put a few more photo's of him on here.
If you want to see more photo's of him scroll down to my previous listing.
It is very hot here today so I think I will just relax for most of the day, and dream up new things to create. Like the list I have isn't long enough - LOL.
A comment on the previous post said. "I wonder who taught you how to make these?" In answer to that question, I am pretty much self taught. I have been sewing painting and sculpting since I was very young. I picked up skills here and there and put them all together to make my dolls. My Mama was a seamstress, sewing mostly clothes, but around the holiday season she took orders for basic rag dolls and later on cabbage patch look a likes. My Daddy taught me how to make a face in playdough when I was 4. I have always had a desire to paint and draw. that just comes naturally. I started making real dolls when I was a teen, and have been through a gamut of changes over the years, cloth, ceramic, clay, paper mache' , wood, porcelain, ect. Now I am back to cloth. I tend to think in 3-d so the designs are not hard for me to come up with, I just let my imagination take over. Sometimes I dream of how to make them. LOL , that makes me sound a little nut-so. But it there is something I can't figure out, I tend to get the answer in my sleep from an old doll maker. Maybe a alter ego, my muse, maybe an angel. I don't know who he is but I'm glad he's there.
Have a great week, and thanks for stopping in.