Thursday, February 10, 2011

Polymer Clay OOAK Doll

I have done pottery and sculpting but never attempted anything with Polymer Clay before, and nothing at this small of scale. It is far from expert but here is my first attempt at an OOAK doll. This takes a lot of finesse.
Supplies Used:
Clay- Super Sculpey
Clay tools
Paint- Golden Liquid Acrylic, Tattered Angels Glimmer Mist
Hair- Generously donated from one of Karlie's Barbies ;)
Adhesives-Beacon Fabri-Tac
Wings-Check out this link to a woman who shows you how to create your own wings.

This is what my sculpture looked like right before I baked it.

And this is the finished result.

Her lashes came loose in the pic sorry. I hate when that happens lol.

Truth behind idea of the fusion between the fairy and tree came from me unable to get her hands and feet right soooo it merged into this.

The flowers were white Prima flowers that I altered with Glimmer Mist and paint. I first sprayed the flowers with Bronze then painted the centers with Rum Punch.

Her head of hair was created with Barbie hair, I know it's not all fancy but it's what I had and the pink stood out to me. Luckily Karlie had no qualms about giving me the barbie. Anything for art. I cut it from the barbie and adhered it by layers to the polymer clay.

I need to work more on my proportions and those damn eyes. Also those darn things called arms and legs. Practice makes near perfect lol. Not sure if this will become a regular thing but it was a fun detour to the usual :)

Thank You for stopping by. Happy Friday all!!!



  1. Oh my, this little doll is so beautiful - you are one talented artist and I am always amazed and delighted by your creations.

  2. Is there NOTHING that you don't ROCK at?!?!?!?!?!? WOW WOW WOW WOWWWWWWWWW-ZERS Jamie!! This is AMAZING!!!! HOLY WOWWWWWWW! How big is she??? I'm not used to seeing Prima flowers that small and trying to get a scale in my head... LOVE IT... Just BEAUTIFUL! :):):):):):):):):):):):):):):):):):):):):):):):):)

  3. Jamie, You are amazing. I am absolutely head over heels in love with this piece of polymer pixie perfectiion. If you are interested in selling her, I would love for her to end up in my fairy room. Love this Jamie.

  4. Wow! This is beautiful! I love fairies and am a doll collector, although I never made my own.

  5. Oh my...this is so pretty! WOW!! Amazing work!! Pure talent!!

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