A Skull for Jeff

skulls Jeff wanted a skull for his birthday. Mmmhmm … it posed a challenge, naturally. I’d not done anything like it before. Suffice it to say, I spent hours with the modeling clay carving out skulls, mushing them up, and trying again. It was a crash course in anatomy. And then, of course, I decided not to leave well enough alone, and burned the first skull (right; it’s turned in the picture so it doesn’t show). Have I learned my lesson? I seriously doubt it. :P It’s the curse of the compulsive tinkerer.

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7 Responses to A Skull for Jeff

  1. Roddy says:

    I always knew you were in touch with the dark side. Not you give us proof! :)
    Hope ya’ll are doing well and keep up the good work!!

  2. Diann says:

    You mean I didn’t drag you over to the dark side? Sheesh, all those handcuff jokes and you STILL think you’re an angel?

    We’re quite well here, thank you! Hope all is well there, too. :)

  3. Michelle says:

    YAY! We love it! And as we said, you are so talented! :)

  4. Roddy says:

    Life is good. Can’t complain. I’ve still got a job for the moment, but it’s very slow.
    Of course I’m an angel! :D

  5. michelle says:

    Hey I’m checking for stuff!!! (imagine the snapple commercials…that is, if you’ve seen them:)

    I got a new computer, well the HD part which matters most anyways, but I’m still searching for my kodak software disks so I can dl the camera pics etc. When I find and do, I’ll share:)

  6. Diann says:

    Yergh! … I did say I’d take those pictures, didn’t I? What a slacker! I’m looking forward to seeing your paintings tho! Maybe we can do some ATC trades (have you done any of those before?). If you haven’t, email me and I’ll send ya some links. Muahahaha. I shall turn ye to de dark side!

  7. michelle says:

    I have no clue what ATC is. I’ll be happy to share the paintings once I find my software to get it from the camera to computer:)

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