Friday, January 05, 2007

Weird, but Fun


Decisions, Decisions
Originally uploaded by GroggyFroggy.
I did this one yesterday.

18 comments:

Anonymous said...

Can she not decide what to wear? How did you make the face? Hugs for the weekend!

Anonymous said...

p.s. forgot to say I like it :)

Lisa said...

Exactly. :) I made the face with paper clay. Michael bought paper clay and molds for me for Christmas. I'm having too much fun with them.

Anonymous said...

hmmmm... I can RELATE! How fun and cool! I love your doll from MaCAWhead too! Ain't she great! Love the glitter sisters!

Anonymous said...

Oh don't tell me that paper clay is fun and easy. I don't want to know that...I have way to much junk as it is............................aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaghhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh
Oh, no....

Well then you will have to post a bunch of things about yourself so I can read how similar we are... :)

Anonymous said...

It's great Lisa! I've never used paper clay but have seen some delicious things done with it.

Anonymous said...

LOL..that's fun!!
PEace, Kai.

Lisa said...

Pam Yes. I look at her constantly!

Me hehehe So fun and SO easy!

Judie They're so fun. I like painting them.

Kai Glad you think so. I guess I was in a playful mood. :)

Anonymous said...

OH my dear sweet Lisa - this is wonderful, I am watching your art grow and flourish right before our eyes. I have paperclay I've had for a long time, my aim was always to sculpt heads for doll faces(I have a book on it as well)....I have molds too but all my supplies are forlorned right now.(thanks for showing how it comes out).
The doll from Judie is beautiful, beautiful as is she. AND you are so deserving of anything wonderful that comes to you.
Thank you for your loving friendship!
BIG Love,
Lisa

Anonymous said...

forgot to say - I think it is a fun, fun image...

Anonymous said...

I can totally relate to this piece of art , I hate dressing up. I get that same expression on my face. LOL ! I don't think she weird at all.

Anonymous said...

Oh how cool, because it really looks like an old fashioned china doll face. You're going to have lots of fun with those molds. :)

Anonymous said...

Hee hee - very cute, Lisa Froggy!
I know just how she feels...

Isabelle said...

I love it!! Have a lovely weekend :)

Anonymous said...

This is a very interesting and unique piece....I like it alot. Can you use paper clay on fabric art dolls?

Lisa said...

Lisa, I was feeling all down in the dumps last night. I clicked out of the net and then had a feeling I needed to click back on and here was your sweet, sweet post. I went to bed a little less gloomy. Thanks. :) I found a really great website with a tutorial for making heads. I'd love to try it.

Me, thanks. :)

Joyce LOL I hate it too!

Sarah, yeah I've been playing with them already this morning.

Tinker, lol

Isabelle Thank you. :) You have a lovely weekend, as well.

Gemma, thanks a bunch. Yes you can use them on fabric dolls. I have on a couple. I'd like to figure out a way to do it other than gluing it but hot glue seems to work really well. I have some faces drying right now that I want to use on dolls.

Anonymous said...

Cool....weird....but cool. Oh I've been wanting to play with paper clay. (sigh)

Anonymous said...

This is fabulous Lisa!! I love the quirkyness and originality of it. So , so clever.

Am glad you are enjoying paper clay so much. It's great stuff (use it all the time).