I am really enjoying getting into polymer clays and bringing more of the fantasy aspect to Shrouded Grove. While I work on making more goblins and bigger fantasy creatures and projects, I wanted to be able experiment and have fun doing some smaller, simpler projects.
As an avid Halloween village collector (Mostly Lemax) I am enthralled by the current trend of faery gardens, which are essentially the same idea as a holiday village, only faery themed an outdoors, (which is awesome!) Now that I have a front “lawn” so to speak, I am free to fill it with faerie art to my heart’s content. (The house and owl in this picture are starter pieces I bought over at Jo-ann, which is partially what inspired me to start making my own pieces.)
They are quick and fun and allow me to experiment with different sculpting and painting techniques. It’s great, I can let my mind run wild with ideas, and because they are relatively quick and easy to make, so I can actually get to a lot of them. These are a few of my first pieces I made. I tried to start out with some basic stuff, mushrooms, snails and the like.
The sign here was a little tricky, because it was my first time trying to carve actual words in. A learning experience was had. (This was also the piece which during painting my cat saw fit to express his discontent by running through my green paint and across my table. *sigh*)
My little purple snail! I love this little guy.
This here is my “biggest” piece, a fairy circle with some fun funky mushrooms.
I've been having a blast making these!
You can buy them on my Etsy! https://www.etsy.com/shop/shroudedgrove
More shall be added soon, as well as hopefully some bigger projects as well.
~ By GoblinGal
#fairy #faery #fairygarden #gardening #fantasyart