Wednesday, February 2, 2011

As Promised

As promised, here are the things that I have been working on.

First is a statuette I made for my hubby for Christmas.  I just hadn't gotten around to photographing it until recently.
It's Koromaru, a Shiba Inu from Persona 3, a game he has been playing a great deal as of late.

Next up are a set of four coasters that I had just baked today.  They're bathroom tiles painted with acrylic enamel and then sealed.   I'm debating if I want to put felt circles on the bottom or use little rubbery dots.

The first image is for a direct on shot, the second is for color.  These are just really hard to photograph.  I'll have to try again tomorrow.

And third are a pair of glasses that I will be listing on my etsy site shortly.  These will be the only ones of this kind simply because I have only seen two glasses like them.

I photographed them on one of the dog costumes I bought for the dog I don't have yet. (I can't resist super clearance!)  At least I'm using it for something. :)  Either way, there's one Cardigan Corgi and one (fluffy) Pembroke Corgi.  I figured one of each would be rather nice.  For whatever reason I find that I'm loving how the fluffy ones look a great deal.  Maybe I'll get lucky and get one!

I'm also working on a statuette of Aigis from Persona 3 (she's a robot) and the staff of the character "Codex" from the online series "The Guild".  I'll have pictures up when I have some progress on either.  I'm still acquiring parts for the staff.  It's going to be a doozy!

***EDIT*** The Codex Staff has been cancelled due to client thinking the cost of materials was too much.  Aigis will still be built. ***EDIT***



  1. Ah, corgis floating away! Those tiles are insanely cute! Your work is very inspiring. Too bad about Codex's staff though--that was a fun idea! Maybe another Codex cosplayer will come along. :D

  2. No worries, I was able to return all materials. Maybe some other codex cosplayer will commission me, but if no one does, it's ok. I at least have better ideas on how to do a staff in the future.