By Jackie Hall | 4 comments
This is my lovely Basset Hound, Bunty.
February 5, 2013 at 9:26AM
Fabulous!!!!! I am new to this as you know but if I can achieve a dog that looks like a dog! one day I will be happy as they are my passion especially Bassets. Caz p.s. I am so enjoying looking at everyones superb work I have not done any of my own for a day and I am on a deadline for my daughter. I am making some hindu god arms for her, made the arms ok (pic on my page) but cannot figure out a way to attach them to some kind of contraption so they can be worn in a photoshoot. Any suggestions?
February 5, 2013 at 4:34PM
Thanks! Bassets are lovely dogs.
For your lady of many ligaments, I would suggest a wire frame work. Coathanger wire if you can bend it (I can't) or strong fencing wire. You could then bend them into the angles you require. You could make a small hole in each limb and poke the wire through. Secure with masking tape and re papier mache over the join. Hope this helps.
February 5, 2013 at 10:33PM
Ah yes but I have already made the arms not sure how strong they would be with holes poked through and what could I attach them to to make them wearable on a real person. Do you see what I mean? there is a pic of them on my gallery page. caz
October 25, 2013 at 7:08AM
Looks like my little Gretchen, great art.
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