A few weeks ago i decided to make a ceramic doll

I was playing around with some clay i had at home - it was wrapped in a wet rag to keep the clay from drying out. I made a plate and wanted to use the rag creases as a feature. I really like this idea and am happy with how the creases turned out but the colour and way its painted really have no relevance. I would like to try this again.

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Yofi (thanks B!)

happy thursday xxx

9 Comments:

  1. shari said...
    beautiful ceramic doll. i love that you allowed the rag creases to stay in your piece. such a great idea. xo
    stephanie s said...
    your doll is beautiful... consider small ones, you know, for the future... oh, i have ideas, do i have ideas.

    -s
    AnastasiaC said...
    the doll is beautiful Julie!! sounds like you are enjoying your pottery classes...love the creases - adds interest!
    lisa s said...
    happy spring sweet julie!

    things are going well?

    [not that yours is similar at all, but do you know giacometti's figures? you might like them....]
    amisha said...
    the creases are such a good texture... love that they retain the process of working with the clay. xox
    babelfish said...
    I love how your ceramic doll turned out, isn't great when drawings become reality? I like the rag creases too.
    Cally said...
    beautiful!
    Uschi said...
    Hi Julie,
    I hope you're fine!! I'm a little late here....your doll is really beautiful, an expression of stillness, standing on the shelf and calming the room!
    La Jugueteria said...
    preciosa doll...

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