Wednesday, November 13, 2013

Head's up!!

I missed my yearly Halloween post, so, in lieu of that, I'm showing you guys some other weirdness! First pic is a big produce head order. They're all lined up because their eyes are drying after a clear coat of resin. The other pics are of some potted shroomage and a couple rather creepy plants.













18 comments:

  1. Perfectly crafted and hilarious.

    Oooh you have been absent from blogland for a while. It's great to see a new post of your work.

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  2. Teeeehehehehehe! Kiva! You are adorably hilarious :). Thrilled to see you back here.

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  3. Hey my talented friends! Glad you rikey :-D!!
    I went a bit overboard with the shrooms, he he. I've been missing you guys! Mwaaa!!!!

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  4. Hi Kiva! I can just see these pots in a fantastical scene where they would each be the star of the show! Lots of fun!

    elizabeth

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  5. Your own little shop of horrors and I was laughing hysterically! Well done :)

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  6. Awww, Elizabeth and Linda!! Thank you!! I can totally see a bizarre greenhouse or something, absolutely!

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  7. OMG... Love All these! Your work is so gorgeous, I have really missed you and your work in blogland!
    Hugs
    KIkka

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  8. Hello Kiva,
    Both you and your work are amazing!
    Big hug,
    Giac

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  9. Kiva your plants are halariously funny :)

    Marisa

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  10. Fantásticos trabajos, me encantan.
    Un abrazo.
    Yolanda

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  11. ~*Awesome and funny, as always, Kiva! :D Greetings from your fan in NYC! <3 *~

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  12. I love,love, love your work! It's always a treat to see your posts. :-)

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  13. Amazing and perfect as usual! Have been checking regularly awaiting your halloweeny post :) In the first picture, are you using some sort of sticky tape to make sure the pieces don't roll? If so, what sort of tape do you use? Many thanks,
    Rhiannon

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  14. This is the job that I love watching, always fascinates me!

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  15. Thanks everyone!! I have to take some time and check out some of your new goodies- it's been awhile!

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  16. Hey Rhiannon, I use masking take, doubled over. I just lay some out on a tile and put the heads on it ;-)

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    1. Thankyou! I spose its obvious but i wasnt sure whether it might transfer some stickyness to the pieces or not. Cant believe i've never thought of it! Have spent much time swearing at little pieces going on the floor unnecessarily then :) x

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