Sunday, October 9, 2011

Mount Oystermore- Sorry guys, I accidentally deletedthis post on my iphone!!

I'm having a blast putting sea life on rocks lately. Crabs, fish, eels, and now oysters! A small colony of them! I've named this piece (with Lance's help) "Mount Oystermore". The difference is, these guys aren't erm....dead. If you thought I could be warped, you should hear some of the things Lance has suggested I make, hehe.

-AAAARGH!!!!!!!! I was trying to reply on my iphone and something happened, I'm not quite sure what. It turned this post into a draft!! Sorry about that :-S. But thanks guys- I'm glad you like this!!

TOM??? Where have you been???



13 comments:

  1. Yep, I asked her to make a giant clay whale one time, and she just laughed at the idea. I thought it would be cute, but she said it would take up too much clay. Maybe someday, sigh...

    Love the oysters baby!! They are some of the happiest oysters u ever made, and none of them are escaping, thank God.

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  2. Erm, upon closer inspection, these oysters aren't happy at all. They actually look quite terrified. Poor little guys. It wouldn't take but a few minutes for someone to eat all 7 of them, lol.

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  4. Sorry for the accidental double post.

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  5. They are wonderful. Fantastic work.
    Hugs Maria

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  6. Looking Good!

    Love the wee expressions of fear!

    Cheers

    Tom

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  7. LOL!!! I love it :-)

    Hugs Jollie

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  8. Me he divertido mucho viendo tus geniales ideas, no me extraña que lo pases bien haciéndolo y pensando en lo divertido que quedará, están geniales.
    Un abrazo
    Maite

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  9. Wow un trabajo alucinante!!! me encanta

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  10. Yo siempre te lo digo Kiva, me gusta esa faceta tuya trabajando.
    Por cierto, felicidades por tu Publicación en la revista Miniaturas.
    Has visto el articulo?.

    Abrazos

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  11. You can make a fish tank worth of these creatures! Come to think of it, I haven't seen a miniature aquarium yet but I am sure if there is one for a museum, it will be filled with your creations!

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