This is a cool combination I never would have thought of. I love the creativity in this work. The crocodile is kind of threatening (maybe it's the silverware)...yet they're riding a unicycle. The background really works as well.
As someone who has watched you ever since your black window doll, I am very flattered. Thank you! I'm sort of a beginner at this doll making thing and I plan to sell them when I get better. Right now I'm trying to find better materials and trying to find out how to stop my armatures from being so fragile. The armature of my frog doll is now actually broken.
*blush* Thank you ! I didn't know you were watching me since ... so long ! I'm so flattered too !
You're to hard with yourself ! You dolls are really beautiful and I hope to own one in the future ! The skin texture of your Clown Crocodile is really well done, and your miniatures (like guts for the crocodile meal) are amazing ! Wich materials do you use for your dolls (maybe I can help )? For armature, I read to use "crossed" wire for better resistance . Or maybe electric wire can works ?
Thanks! I'm using sculpey for more of the smaller objects since they're more firm and easier to sculpt. I think the reason why the leg broke off was because I was sort of only using a single wire for the leg joint. I was looking at some stop motion forums and it seems like many of them twist many wires together to form a limb. I'm not sure what type of wire it is, it's silver and I suspect that it is aluminum because it is soft. I do however also have some galvinzed wire but it is really tough and hard to bend. Does electric wire work well?