Spring Is Coming!
I saw a little willow tree
Dancing in the breeze,
To the harmony of song birds,
And the buzzing of the bees.
The butterfly would flutter by.
Kissing all the flowers.
The grass was green and fresh and clean,
Bathed by April showers.
The daffodils, upon the hills
All nod their heads in rhythm.
The Bluebells rings, the Robins sing
And my heart joins in with them.
O' Joyous spring!
fairy is dancing for the joy of spring. She has soft and curly
ash blond Tibetan lambs hair,
and she wears lovely spring grass wreath
on her hair. Her eyes
are golden green, and they are glazed to get very living expression in
painted with quality heat-set oil colors. She has
eyelashes and eyebrows made of lambswool on her beautiful eyes.
has four very thin translucent layers of colourwash made with heat-set
achieve very living and fleshy tone of skin. I have used new clay mix
so she has much more pale and fairy-like skin than my previous
She has large iridescent and slightly transparent yellow wings with
orange highlights, decorated
with glitter, which makes them sparkle in the light.
She dances on a driftwood base, which is decorated
moss, leaves and
There is a brass tube in her right leg all the way to her hip, and the
base has steal rod
which fits the tube, and she can be taken off from her base.
Her armature is made of twisted strong silver-plated copper, and Aves
Apoxie sculpt, which makes her extremely strong,
she has wires all the way to her fingers too.
Her every muscle, bone and all the tiniest details are hand sculpted by
me from professional quality polymer clay.
She is one of a kind (OOAK)
creature, and will never be duplicated.
She is 17 cm (6 1/4"") tall without wings. The
overall height with base and wings is 26 cm (10 3/8"), and
the width is 19 cm (7 5/8").
The video clip shows her turning around, and you can see how her wings
sparkle in orange, green and yellow!
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