Kevin’s book series has a minor character in it that is a pig. He thought it would be cute to have some sort of “pig pin” he could wear to book signings. As per normal, this little pig pin is made of polymer clay.

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I think he’s over all the pumpkin spice stuff that is everywhere right now. I made him before Halloween, but I think he can hang out through Thanksgiving. Inspired by Christi Freisen.

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This is a clay piece that I sculpted and then applied a patina for it to look aged. I really love all the rusted iron colors that appeared . It’s about 3″ tall.

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Mid-October I went to an art retreat in Tennessee with one of my favorite polymer artists, Christi Friesen. This was one of the pieces that I made. This pieces is made with polymer clay, epoxy, 24k gold leaf, covered in various glass and metal objects including a beautiful piece of dichromatic glass made by Pat…

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My first version had some real problems. It was clear I needed to learn more about beading. I also made the flowers too big and bulky. This one is much better. Here is a link to my first attempt.

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Materials: Polymer clay Mica powders Glass beads Metal beads I’m somewhat disappointed in the finished piece. But, they say you aren’t growing unless you are uncomfortable, so I must have grown quite a bit. I have been learning from other artists and made this necklace inspired by Christie Friesen. Christi is many things I am…

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Llama’s don’t like me. If I get within spitting range, they spit on me. I think they are really cute but the feeling isn’t mutual. Maybe I’d have better luck with alpacas. Thanks @paul_wolff_art for the inspiration. What should I sketch tomorrow?

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