feets of clay

August 25, 2008

I was playing around with some polymer clay this weekend and this guy took shape. He was growing tired of his 2 dimensional lot in life and was anxious to be useful as either a key chain or perhaps an ornament.

We’re still in negotiations, so we’ll see.


23 Responses to “feets of clay”

  1. so cute, and very well done!! it just jumped out of the paper.

  2. Mary Says:

    I LOVE this bunny! I’ve tried to work with polymer clay but could never get what I wanted…because I’m not an artist and YOU are ๐Ÿ™‚ Very cute!

  3. Wow this is adorable Linda!!!! That bunny is so you! :o)

    I love the fact that you can move its arms and legs. You really did a great job bringing him to life and into the 3d world. You should make him some friends, he’ll eat all that cheese by himself if his bored :o)

  4. tom barrett Says:

    How awesome to see your drawing in real-life 3-D! Came out great! Who knew that those drawing hands could work magic in clay!

    He looks a bit hungry, though. Might need to make him a carrot.

  5. cata Says:

    OH!!!!!! Linda!!!!!!!
    I dont have words to describe how beautiful is him…..
    You really did a wonderful job!!!!
    I love it, I love it, I love it.

  6. Meg Says:

    ACK! that is so adorable… ๐Ÿ™‚ My fimo creations are usually not so successful… Too cute!

  7. You know girl, you need yourself an Etsy store!
    You’ve got the crafty juice flowing!

  8. AaronP Says:

    Alternate title: ‘Feats with Clay’… the multitalented Ms. Silvestri wins over her fans again!!!!
    This is great, cool, awesome etc.

    Silvestri merchandising anyone???

  9. wedgienet Says:

    woooow! this is so adorable! i love that his limbs aren’t stuck to his body so that they can move about freely, like any bunny’s should! ๐Ÿ™‚ does your bunny character have a name, by the way? ๐Ÿ™‚

  10. tlchang Says:

    I love seeing three-dimensional versions of 2D art. Great sculpting of your rabbit sketches.

  11. Faruffa Says:

    It’s adorable, I love its tired look :o)

  12. Great work! It’s so impressive how you transform some little draw in a 3-dimensional character.

  13. bobo's slave Says:

    Oooooooo! Love him love him love him! He’s going to be a superstar!

  14. chickengirl Says:

    WHA!!!!!!!!! OMG its so cool to see your bunny come to life in 3D!!!! You did such a great job!

  15. KristiO Says:

    I love your drawings and now a 3D version! You are amazingly talented and I am hooked on your stuff. Any plans to merchandise?!?!

  16. studio lolo Says:

    hey, um, so you know that funk you were in and you lost your mojo?

    IT’S OVER!!!!!

    How incredible are you? Very, very ๐Ÿ™‚

  17. artseafartsea Says:

    Those little guys are great! Now to market, etc.

  18. Kelly Says:

    That is amazing …. wow, love the little guy and way impressed with your skills. Nice!

  19. Yowza! I love him! Kudos to you, for getting a 3D version to look just like your 2D drawings. He’s amazing. And brilliant to use the eyehooks for attaching the limbs.

    And, pardon me for being distracted, but… is that a cheese-shaped radio with crackers for dials???

  20. Monica Says:

    He is PERFECT! He looks just like your wonderful drawings, his personality, that adorable expression, it’s all there.

    You are SO talented! I knew you were a fantastic artist in 2D, but now I know you pretty much can do anything! ๐Ÿ™‚

  21. Kate Says:


  22. erin Says:

    could be bunny-nunchucks, hee, hee

  23. eugeniagina Says:

    yes! this bunny, the one like you use to draw…?? awww… loveee itt!

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