Creagers’ extra heads, new blog

A spare head might come in handy this Monday, don’t you think?

Jodi and Richard Creager have a pile of extra polymer clay ones on the shelves of their studio. Jodi says in her new blog that the heads also come in handy as Christmas ornaments.

The Creagers have been in the polymer clay fine art doll and miniatures business for 30 years. Their web site is a testament to their mastery of the art form.

They’ve also added four free sculpting tutorials on their YouTube page. The intriguing tutorials are small segments taken from their sculpting DVD series.

via CreatingDollhouseMiniatures

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  • reply Susanne Dingendorf ,

    OMG! All figures on their website
    seem soooo lively! Such awesome
    pieces of art!

    • reply Sherry Bailey ,

      I have been fans of the Creagers for years and years — their work is maybe the best I have ever seen (sadly, never in person.)They really get every tiny detail spot on — you can see their people breathe!

      • reply Karina ,

        WOWWWWW!!! I Love The Creagers Creations are Great, Unique and Beautiful

        • reply Ronalyn ,

          …and I thought I was the only one with baked heads staring at me (10, at the moment), wondering if they would ever be given bodies and limbs. Of course, my heads are not in the same league as the Creagers but it’s nice to know I’m not alone.

          • reply Dan ,

            • reply Shanna M ,

              Omg!! I love the expression and realism of your art. You are truly talented artist. Your African art is to die for. Simply love it!!!

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