One last bit of Halloween and polymer clay fine art fantasy for a Friday. Jodi and Richard Creager have been full time professional doll makers for 32 years. This Punkie Sprites sculpture (available on Ebay) gives you a glimpse of their skill and their wit.
On her entertaining blog Jodi tells of her struggle to make realistic pumpkin glop, a painstaking process that had Jodi covered in glue, paint, strings and moss. Nice to know that they’re enjoying their work and sharing a chuckle after all those years in the studio.
The Creagers had a giveaway for their blog followers a few weeks back and winner Lisa (Spritebites) positively gushed at the box of happiness they sent her. It’s a very cool story of generosity and surprise. Have a happy weekend.
I love the Creager’s work all year, but especially during halloween!
Cynthia Becker ,
The time spent making pumpkin glop was worth it! Great characters.
The link to Jodi’s blog didn’t work though.
Fixed it….thanks for the catch.
I have been boggled by the Creagers since I discovered them years ago. Their portraits are simply awesome in the literal sense of the word.
Lynda Dunham-Watkins ,
Their talent is incredible! What a twosome.
This just blows my mind. I checked out their blog and ebay and I can’t find words.
victoria angelica ,