This is my favorite part! I’ve always found repetitive detail work meditative 🌤. The last two Very Berry Gumheads go up for sale on my web shop tomorrow 5/5 at 1pm Eastern time goldfishunderwater.com
Progress on a flower sculpt with my new dust collection set up. 🌬 This one is so close to being ready to mold!
Color is the concept in this one, the splitting apart and fusing of it as we create. The Dunny is finished with holographic pigment and its face rainbow ends in a glitter cloud.
Photo credit: @ornerydan
I’m new to video editing, but starting to have fun with it. The learning never stops!
I recently got my first macro lens, and it’s very cool to see things so much larger than life. IRL this head is about 1 inch wide.
This is the gum color ☂️ I keep my paints in little bottles with a glass bead inside for easy mixing when the paint separates. 🌪
This is my favorite part! The details are always the most satisfying. Each tooth is about an eighth of an inch wide.
Gold, green, blue, purple. 🌖 I sculpted epoxy clay over a wood sphere using the tools in the last photo.
Here are some collected photos from behind the scenes.
I always enjoy reading about other people’s process, so I thought I’d share some of my own. Here’s some information about what went into the creation of the Gwilliam Finger Puppets. You can buy them online for a limited time and have a creepy cutie of your own! The finger puppets and other prizes are helping to raise money to cover production costs for Brian Lonano’s upcoming short, Gwilliam–a gross love story between man and goblin, starring William Tokarsky of “Too Many Cooks”! It’s going to be weird and awesome–check it out and SUPPORT GOBLIN LOVE <3