Tuesday, October 14, 2008

Goddess on the creative box

white Fimo puppen.......the foundations of a Goddess.
She is like a chrysalis, without hair, legs, colors...in the next days the other steps!


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Pathfinder said...

Ciao...
prima di tutto complimenti per i tuoi bellissimi lavori:
anche io uso il fimo puppen, posso chiederti qualche dritta?
Solitamente ho poco tempo per dedicarmi alla scultura, così cuocio le mie opere in tre o quattro riprese, ma questo a volte causa brutte crepe che è difficile aggiustare, e differenza di colorazione nelle diverse parti... tu cuoci tutto insieme?
Come fai a rimuovere le asperità della scultura, in altre parole, a limarla? La "smoothi" prima di cuocerla o usi anche qualche tipo di lima dopo la cottura?
Ti ringrazio per il tempo che vorrai dedicare a rispondermi, è rarissimo trovare qualcuno che usi il fimo per le bambole!
:-)))
First of all congrats for your wonderful works... I use fimo too, can I ask you any suggestion?
I usually don't have much time to spend in sculpting, so I use to bake in three or four different times, but it causes moonies and different colours of the skin... do you bake all in just one time?
How do you smooth your sculptures, do you do it only before baking or even after it?
Thank you for the time you will use to answer me, it doesn't happen so often to find someone who uses fimo, too.
:-)))