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Saturday, February 14, 2009

For something a little different...



Happy Valentine to all of you out there.  I thought I would post some Valentine hearts I have made today.  They are a bit different for me.  I am having dinner with three friends and my partner tonight and wanted to give a little something.  These are sculpted from polymer clay and then paitned in my style.  I used some molds I made as well as two commercial molds and then cut them out with a heart shaped cookie cutter.  I am going to wrap them and then let each person pick one.


Here is a close up of two of the hearts.  Have a great romantic day.



These are a bit different than I have done as far as sculpts go.  A bit of mixed media here for something a little different.  I am taking a little break from the goblins to try some other ideas out.  These are a couple of pieces I call "Ghost in the Machine" and are mixed media.


I have a little stash of computer circuit boards and needed to find a use for them.  So, I have been wanting to do a haunted computer theme for a long time.  Well, these ghosts aren't what I would call sinister.  I have been so intent on making my goblins more friendly than the traditional that I have carried that idea over for this pair.  I am wanting to do something a bit more dark but, that will wait for another piece.  

These are made out of polymer clay, decorative papers, computer circuit boards and stretched canvas.  They measure a wee 5x7 inches.  I have given them my usual paint and stain process.  I guess that is my signature of sorts as that is the look I really like.  Hope you find these guys a bit of a departure and interesting.

5 comments:

Bonnie Lee Fontaine said...

Love 'em, Cody! I always wondered who was responsible for all my missing files...:oD

Cody Goodin said...

Thanks Bonnie I appreciate the comments.

Cynjon said...

Wonderful work as usual, Cody!

Cody Goodin said...

Thanks Cynjon I appreciate the comments.

Joyce Compton said...

Cody, As always...love it! I'd love to spend a clay day with you!
Joyce