Here we have Katie Storer and Pat working on their goblin heads.
Here I am doing a demo on how I detail the face when you have the features sculpted. Nothing like being the center of attention and having a group watch your every move.
More detail work being done on my demo head.
Here is Cyndy Sieving, who runs Artistic Figures In Cloth with her goblin head. Isn't he or she fun. I am not sure what gender Cyndy said it was.
Vicki is posing with her goblin head. She is Cyndy's friend and also a member of the Gilded Lilies doll club in Columbus. Cyndy is a member of that club too. They hail from Columbus Ohio.
River City Doll Maker Judy with her goblin.
Another River City ember Marlene with her sculpted head.
Anita shows off her grumpy old man as she called him.
Robbie Porter poses with her goblin heads which she says will become a wizard.
Liz Marten working on her goblin head which is going to be an old bag lady.
Vicki and Cyndy working hard for the teacher.
Here I show Judy the fine art of smoothing the edges of some of the features.
All in all it was a fun day. I had never taught a sculpting class before. It was fun if not a little nerve racking at first. It is always like that when I teach a new class for the first time. I think it is that wanting to make sure they get the most out of the class thing. I am sure some of you teachers out there can relate. Hope you enjoyed this little diversion.