Last week was the end of my pmc class. There's talk of forming a local pmc guild and I'm very interested. I love this very incredibly expensive, but worth it, silver.
Here is some of the work I've done these past 12 weeks.
I made some hearts
We made some of our own texture plates. I love using texture with my pmc and made these disks.
...and textured pendants.
I learned how to make box beads...
I made a batch of pmc/faux bone (out of polymer) tube beads.
And, I made an assortment of "godess" pendants
And the, I decided I wanted to make a pmc doll. Her name is Lilleth and she's almost 7 inches long. (She's also the most expensive doll I've ever made.) Her head is from a face mold and has ribboned pmc strips in the back. Her shoulder is made from one of my pmc/faux bone tube beads. Her torso is a heart shaped box bead. Her hips are a silver tube bead. Her arms and legs are textured silver ribbons that I twisted around a straw before I put them in the kiln. Lilleth is almost 7 inches tall.
I loved making Lilleth so much, I have started another doll. So far, all I've made is the head (a spere pin made out of textured silver ribbons) and the torso (a box bead made from one of my favorite texture pates).