Dawn Schiller has just published her Faemaker book that shows you how to make standalone character figures with polymer clay. Dawn is partial to making dragons, treefolk, witches, wizards, fugitives from fairy tales, and figments of the imagination. Her tiny creatures peer out impishly from nutshells, seashell, pocket watches and other small spaces and they all share their stories.

Dawn has graciously sent me a publishing assistant, Fetch, (shown here) to help me finish the book I’m working on. “Just keep him supplied with sesame seeds,” she says. You can see more and buy an autographed copy on her Etsy site. Catch up on her latest delightful creatures on Facebook and her blog.

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  • reply Sandra D. ,

    I have several books from Dawn Schiller I love her sculpting. It is easy to fallow her project.

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