Elkan Siberian Husky

 

Elkan is a lovely white Siberian Husky. Siberian Huskies originated in Northeast Asia where they were originally bred by the Chukchi people for sled-pulling, guarding, and companionship. While most huskies have the signature masks and blue-eyed, some like Elkan are pure white with golden colored eyes. My thanks again to the Ceramic Art Studio and Shop.

 

Elkan Siberian Husky

 

Elkan Siberian Husky

 

Elkan Siberian Husky

 

Elkan Siberian Husky

 

Elkan Siberian Husky

 

Elkan Siberian Husky

 

Elkan Siberian Husky

 

Elkan Siberian Husky

Wet Clay Model

Doctor Strange

 

Doctor Strange:  I went forward in time... to view alternate futures. To see all the possible outcomes of the coming conflict.

Peter Quill:  How many did you see?

Doctor Strange:  Fourteen million six hundred and five.

Tony Stark:  How many did we win?

Doctor Strange:  ...One.

 

My thanks again to the Ceramic Art Studio and Shop.

 

Doctor Strange

 

Doctor Strange

 

Doctor Strange

 

Doctor Strange

 

Doctor Strange

 

Doctor Strange

 

Doctor Strange

 

Doctor Strange

Wet Clay Model

 Peony Box

 

This is a second version of a peony trinket box, made a bit larger and fuller than my first attempt. Incidentally, a video I posted on the making of the petals on Instagram has received over 24,000 views as of this writing. My thanks again to the Ceramic Art Studio and Shop.

 

Peony Box

 

Peony Box

 

Peony Box

 

Peony Box

Wet Clay Model

Cheshire Cat

 

I made this on a dare from a ceramic sculpting colleague. Not exactly my cup of tea, but it made for good use of left over clay. I based the little bugger on a British Short Hair since well duh, the cat's from Cheshire innit? My thanks again to the Ceramic Art Studio and Shop.

 

Cheshire Cat

 

Cheshire Cat

 

Cheshire Cat

 

Cheshire Cat

 

Cheshire Cat

Wet clay model

Seahorse

 

Seahorses are small marine fish in the genus Hippocampus, named so for the superficial resemblance of their head and neck areas to horses. There are 45 different species of seahorses, ranging in size from less than an inch to over one feet in length. Many seahorses have specialized skin that allows them to camouflage themselves in color and texture with their background. Perhaps the most popular "fun" fact about them is that seahorse males carry the young through pregnancy and birth. The eggs are deposited by the female into the brood pouch of the males where they gestate from 2 to four weeks until the males give live birth. My thanks again to the Ceramic Art Studio and Shop.

 

Seahorse

 

Seahorse

 

Seahorse

 

Seahorse

 

Seahorse

Wet clay model