Day 2 of my Comic Con countdown is this #D20 mug design! I’ll be posting a new item to be sold @alamocitycomiccon everyday until the event. Come meet me & buy stuffs in booth 228. For those of you who are unable to attend, I will post all unsold items in my Etsy shop after the event . Or you can contact me for a custom order. #Etsy shop link in my profile. #alamocitycomiccon2015 #poweruppottery #pottery #mug #porcelain #geekware #fandom #geekchic #accc228 #handmade #texasmade #buylocal #tabletop #dungeonsanddragons
German artistEvelyn Bracklow creates uniquely beautiful and unconventional porcelain dishes which are covered by hand-painted ants. Bracklow’s impressive technique resembles those of real ants, which hoard a plate of food on a summer day. The insects are meticulously crafted and well-executed. Although her vintage designs are dainty and delicate, they also inspire fear and deep admiration. The strangely stunning composition poses a juxtaposition between intrigue and the multiple meanings of grace and beauty. You can buy her work at herEtsy shop.
Um ya, so there’s a semi-matte painted Doll from Bloodborne.
Really wanted to focus on the details on her face making her look like a porcelain doll that she is with cracks showing on her face. Use lots of photo textures on the porcelain details and leather on the hat etc but didn’t get enough time to finish her body properly, the scarf still looks painterly :(
Pretty happy with the face, she sure looks haunting and creepy doesn’t she?
And she was supposed to be holding that magic slug and i didn’t get enough time to do that! Maybe i’d finish touching her up for FanExpo this year?
Ah Xian Sculpts Dreamlike Busts Flowing With Chinese Porcelain Designs
is a Chinese-Australian artist whose beautiful porcelain busts explore
the intersections between artistic tradition, cultural identity, and the
body. Sculpting each statue in the likeness of his family members, Ah
Xian paints over their dreaming faces with a cobalt blue glaze; tree
branches grow across temples, flowers bloom over silent mouths, and
necks and shoulders become geographies for mountains and lakes. via: beautifuldecay
Nino Sarabutra is an artist
based in Bangkok who filled the floor of Ardel Gallery with 100 000
miniature porcelain skulls. Inviting visitors to step on them, the
result is visually impressive, necessiting hours of making skulls for
the artist. source: fubiz
Asheville, NC-based ceramics artist Heather Knight takes inspiration from the natural world for her Element Clay Studio line of porcelain pieces. This hand-built stunner’s distinctive shape is based on a spiky sea urchin, and the interior’s cerulean crackle finish gives it the inviting look of a cool, clear cenote hidden in a lush jungle somewhere in the Yucatán.