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Posted by nicethyme (My Page) on
Sun, Jan 12, 14 at 2:55

this is tulle and shear and feathers on mirror WIP


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made a 3D head out of apoxie sculpt and am working on cutting clear baroque for the fins and tail

wip


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You l'il heifer.


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Freak :-)


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Magical.


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bahahaha love you guys!!!


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Neat and very interesting use of the feathers.


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That is amazing...would love to be in your head to see what your thinking when these ideas pop up!!


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Wow!
Kathy


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Absence of Gold wip

working on the fill right now, and its looking a bit lost. I don't know about this and am hoping it reads better once its grouted. I just really don't have much choice - its part of a white challenge and clears and whites are all we can do...


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The white you're using is beautiful glass. Don't worry - you'll pull this off, and it'll be spectacular - just like all your other work.


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Yes, it will be spectacular. I've not seen anything of yours that wasn't.


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Need to see updated picture . . . anxiously awaiting . . .


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thanks for asking Silvamae, I had taken a break and went down to the Unfurled mural ribbon cutting in NC... so I finished gluing it tonight

WIP The Absence of Gold


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Oh my it's looking heavenly . . .


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thanks, grouted today

Absence of Gold


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Beautiful, other-worldly fairy fish . . .


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Yes yes yes !!!!!love it!!


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