Welcome to the Studio

At long last I am back to my blog and am so happy to keep you up to date with everything going on in the studio.

There are so many social networking options available out there that I have decided that Blogging would be the best option for me to be able to share my creations and what I am working on and still allow me ample time to create my creations too.

I will share as much as possible of works in progress and ideas I am planning, along with my new passion of Art Dolls and clay sculpture.

I will have some awesome give aways here, and items that can only be purchased through me from my blog, make sure to follow me and keep up to date of all that is happening in the studio.

Be sure to visit my website and take the studio tour too so that you can see where all the magic happens.

Tuesday, October 18, 2011

Working on a new Chihuaha

Hi everyone, here is a new Chihuahau that I have been working on this week. She is turning out really cute and I can't wait to add some color to her.

Thursday, October 13, 2011

K Pawz Creations Newsletter 13 October 2011

Hi everyone, at long last some new creations are finished! Here is a link to my latest newsletter to see all the info on the new creations and other studio news. You can also join my newsletter list at the bottom of the newsletter.


Friday, September 23, 2011

Finally an update

Hi Everyone, sorry it has been so long, I have family visiting for a few weeks so have been busy preparing for their arrival. I have managed though to finish a clay piece and did get it listed on eBay. I have also been working on the Weimaraner puppy who should be finished hopefully next week.
This is my latest clay piece, a Dollhouse scale Chinese Crested Dog
and here is his link for eBay

Saturday, September 3, 2011

New Art Doll in the Works

Hi everyone, sorry it has been a few days, been working away in the studio and got caught up in the moment, don't you love when that happens?
I have been working on a new art doll, she is going to have a special theme but I haven't started on the rest of her display yet so that will still be a secret for now. But until then I can tell you she will be in the steam punk style.
Here are her photos before her hair and make up
And here she is after hair and make up. I still have more work to do with her hair as far as styling it, and she also needs her steampunk goggles, but this should give you a good idea of how she is looking. I love how her freckles turned out.

Tuesday, August 30, 2011

Character Grizzly Cub on eBay

This week has been a busy one, I have also finished my second sculpted face bear, this time it is a 10" Grizzly cub. I love the character this guy has, he turned out awesome (or I think he did :))

He is on ebay shortly also
Spike's Auction

Sphynx Cat is Finished

Hi Everyone, I have finished the Sphynx cat and am very pleased with how he turned out.
I found a wonderful painting technique that works wonderful on polymer clay (there is nothing worse than seeing an amazing sculpt go bad when too much paint is used) I used Acrylic inks on the Sphynx cat in light washes and was able to achieve the look of the skin coming through the wrinkles and in the coloring the way it would for a real sphynx cat.

As for Size he did end up too big to be 1:12 scale, but is the perfect size for a 16" fashion doll or a Yo SD size Ball Jointed Doll. I love how he looks with my Little Fee.

I did list him on eBay, so if anyone wants to peek at the rest of his photos here is his link.
Sphynx Cat Auction

Thursday, August 25, 2011

Miniature Clay Cat in the works

Hi Everyone, this week I have been working in clay, and decided to try my hand at making a doll house miniature Sphynx Cat. I was shooting for 1:12 scale, but she may have gotten a bit big on me.
here are her work in progress pictures, I can't believe the detail I was able to get in such a tiny scale, the magnifying glass came in really handy.
She is sculpted out of Prosculpt Polymer clay with an inner armature of strong wire and aluminum foil. The first part of the armature had some clay added and then baked for stability and durability.
I apoligize for the bluriness in some photos, my camera had a really hard time focusing on her where she is so small before I switched to the macro lens and settings.