Monday, February 22, 2010
Boomer - Living and learning
When I sewed the face onto the head I realized I had sewn it on inside out. Now, there is something you gotta know about me. Something I am not proud of. I am not a patient person. I try my best to do it right the first time and would rather discard something than go back and correct it. This is a trait I am trying to correct but in the meantime here I was faced with a face with the seams on the outside.
There was just one problem. He looked more like an Elizabethan actor than a bag man.
I got kind of fancy with the ears. Making large ones and then curling them around someway to sculpt them. Don't ask me how now.
I also put tiny black beads in for the eyes and pulled the cloth face around them to make eyelids....hmmm beady eyes.
Okay. I draw the line at Elizabethan actors. Lets put some sun glasses on him and see what happens.
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