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Cathy Daulman's Faces and Art Dolls | Funky Alphabet by Michelle Corbett
Bears by Jewel Lewis | Pacific Series by Kiwi Impressionz
Torsos | Texture Sheets

Artwork from moulds designed by:
Michelle Zimmerman | Petra de Geus  | Colleen Lee 

Moulds by Michelle Zimmerman

Michelle Zimmerman's work can also be seen at HTTP Designs

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AM284 X5Lge Baroque Beauty by Michelle Zimmerman
H 7.3cm x W 3.8cm

This mould now has a derriere:
AM347 X5Lge
Baroque Derriere (deep)
by Michelle Zimmerman

See artwork below.
Sunny
by Michelle Zimmerman (DT)
using
AM284 X5Lge - Baroque Beauty by Michelle Zimmerman

See more of Michelle's Baroque Beauty samples in her Miscellaneous section
Baroque Oatmeal Soap
by Michelle Zimmerman
using
AM284 X5Lge Baroque Beauty by Michelle Zimmerman

Glycerin soap and some judiciously placed oatmeal gave the Beauty a dress and made a nice oatmeal scrub soap.

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Clean Face and Body
by Jeni Calkins (DT)

using
AM305 XLge Maggie Profile Facing Left
AM306 XLge Maggie Profile Facing Right
AM284 X5Lge Baroque Beauty

Cast made with clear glycerin soap, glitter and ink were added after the soap was cast.
Grapes of Wrath
by Michelle Zimmerman (DT)
using
AM284 X5Lge - Baroque Beauty by Michelle Zimmerman

also: Sculpey clay, a Polaroid emulsion transfer bathed in a vinegar solution to bring out the reds and reddy-purples.
Lilac
by Michelle Zimmerman (DT)

using
AM284 X5Lge - Baroque Beauty by Michelle Zimmerman

using: Premo! clay, a Polaroid emulsion transfer
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Naked Lady
by Michelle Zimmerman (DT)

(Naked Lady is a type of house style in San Francisco)
using
AM284 X5Lge - Baroque Beauty by Michelle Zimmerman

This beauty is made from Sculpey clay, covered with Pearlex and a Polaroid emulsion transfer. Michelle has won numeous local awards with this one!

Sunny
by Michelle Zimmerman (DT)

using
AM284 X5Lge - Baroque Beauty by Michelle Zimmerman

using Premo! clay, a Polaroid emulsion transfer
Dark Home
by Michelle Zimmerman (DT)

using
AM284 X5Lge - Baroque Beauty by Michelle Zimmerman

using Premo! clay, a Polaroid emulsion transfer
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Da Vinci
by Michelle Zimmerman (DT)
AM275 XLge - Art Doll Blank by Cathy Daulman
AM284 X5Lge - Baroque Beauty by Michelle Zimmerman

From Michelle's Gatefold Journal
Cover Right Side
by Jeni Calkins

using
AM284 X5Lge - Baroque Beauty by Michelle Zimmerman
KL Lge Funky Alphabet (partially cast)
M, O, T, H, E, R

From Jeni's Gatefold Journal
Keep Clean!
by France Chevalier
using
AMT Torso Monique
AMMT Torso Monty
AM084 Lge Weathered Flower
AM284 X5Lge - Baroque Beauty by Michelle Zimmerman
AM285 X4Lge - Lillie by Sue Fansler

From France's Miscellaneous Section
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Panel 6 - Krafty Screen
by Carol Murphy (DT)
using
AM007 Med Naked Lady
AM298 Lge Paris
AM284 X5Lge Baroque Beauty by Michelle Zimmerman

See Carol's Screen here
Ruby Dress
by Michelle Zimmerman (DT)
using
AM284 X5Lge Baroque Beauty by Michelle Zimmerman
AM347 X5Lge Baroque Derriere by Michelle Zimmerman
Baroque Beauty Pendant
by Marla Frankenberg

using
AM284 X5Lge - Baroque Beauty by Michelle Zimmerman

Marla also used polymer clay and millefiori canes.
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Flight of Fancy
by Michelle Zimmerman (DT)
using
AM123 XXLge Set of Wings
AM125 XLge Trojan Horse Head
AM244 X3Lge Ginko Leaf
AM284 X5Lge Baroque Beauty by Michelle Zimmerman

Extra bits: Kato polyclay, Garnet stones
   

AM310 X3Lge Tweenie Baroque Beauty
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AM310 X3Lge Tweenie Baroque Beauty
by Michelle Zimmerman

H 5.5 cm x H 3.0 cm
Fantasy Baroque Beauties
by Zeborah Loray

using
AM310 X3Lge Tweenie Baroque Beauty

Also using Franklin Opals, and Fantasy Film. For further instructions please see our Tips and Techniques section
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White Lacy Goddess
by Marla Frankenberg

using
AM310 X3Lge Tweenie Baroque Beauty by Michelle Zimmerman

Marla also used polymer clay and millefiori canes.
Tweenie Baroque Beauty Pendant
by Marla Frankenberg

using
AM310 X3Lge Tweenie Baroque Beauty by Michelle Zimmerman

Marla also used polymer clay and millefiori canes.
Tweenie Baroque Beauty Pendant
by Marla Frankenberg

using
AM310 X3Lge Tweenie Baroque Beauty by Michelle Zimmerman

Marla also used polymer clay and millefiori canes.
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Tattooed Venus
by Marla Frankenberg

using
AM310 X3Lge Tweenie Baroque Beauty by Michelle Zimmerman

Marla also used polymer clay and millefiori canes.
Ferny Jungle Goddess
by Marla Frankenberg

using
AM310 X3Lge Tweenie Baroque Beauty by Michelle Zimmerman

Marla also used polymer clay and millefiori canes.
Maisie's Delight
by Michelle Zimmerman (DT)
using
AM111 XLge Maysie's Key
AM161 X3Lge Medieval Keyhole (1)
AM244 3XLge Gingko
AM310 X3Lge Tweenie Baroque Beauty

Extra bits: Premo! clay
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Sticky Note Holder
by France Chevalier (DT)
 using
AM310 X3Lge Tweenie Baroque Beauty

Sculpey Ultralight painted with Black Gesso.
For more information see the Krafty Tutorial.
With Age Comes Beauty Canvas
by  Jeni Calkins (DT)
using
AM281 Lge - Mini Woman with Scarf
AM310 X3Lge Tweenie Baroque Beauty
AM802 XXLge Pacific Koru

Cast with Sculpey Ultralight

 

 

With Age Comes Beauty Canvas (Back)
by Jeni Calkins (DT)
using
AM112 Med 6 Petal Flower
AM120 XLge Scroll Heart No1
AM123 XXLge Set of Wings (1)
AM149 Lge Clover
AM179 X4Lge Lock No1
AM209 XXLge Dragonfly
AM310 X3Lge Tweenie Baroque Beauty

Cast with Sculpey Ultralight

 

 

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Sunfairy Pin
by Michelle Zimmerman (DT
)
using
AM160 X3Lge Face Rays
AM310 X3Lge Tweenie Baroque Beauty
by Michelle Zimmerman
AM318 - XXLge Dragonfly Wings Set

Old Premo clay that has been leached and is a little dry was used for the body, translucent Premo with a few drops of Jacquard Lime Green alcohol ink was used for the wings and clothing. The "clothing" is the hair from the Face Rays mould cut out and flipped upside down. After curing the entire project was tooth brushed with burnt umber oil paint, wiped off and allowed to dry.
   

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AM314 XLge  Mini Baroque Beauty
by Michelle Zimmerman

H 3.5 cm x W 2.0 cm
Suitable for ATCs

This Mini Baroque has a derriere now:
AM349 XLge
Mini Derriere (deep)
by Michelle Zimmerman

See artwork below.
Fly
by France Chevalier (DT)
using
AM314 XLge Mini Baroque Beauty

Moulds cast with a marbling of Cobalt Blue and Black Premo, varnished with Pledge One Go. Acetate wings and stamped images from Inkastamps.
Beauty of a Slide Mount
using
AM198 XLge Keyhole Square
AM314 XLge Mini Baroque Beauty
by Michelle Zimmerman

Extra bits:
Premo! and Kato Polyclay clays, Junkitz zipper, Scrap Arts metal flower, Quickutz Paisley rub on, Plaid enamel paint, pin backing.
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Butterfly Heart Pin
by Jeni Calkins (DT)

using
AM314 XLge Mini Baroque Beauty

Cast with a mix of Opals embossing enamels.
Book
by Jeni Calkins (DT)

using
AM314 XLge Mini Baroque Beauty
AM318 XXLge Dragonfly Wings Set

Cast with a mix of Opals embossing enamels.
Charms
by Evelyn Watt
using
AM314 XLge Mini Baroque Beauty

Cast with Polymer Clay and painted up using a De Meng technique and treasure gold on top.
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3 Sisters and 2 Baroques
by Michelle Zimmerman (DT)
using
AM272 XXLge Lizard
AM310 XLge Baroque Mini

For more information please see Michelle's Screen Project.
Fairy Flights of Fancy Pin
by Michelle Zimmerman (DT)

using
AM033 XXLge Swallowtail
AM278 Lge Mini Ginko
AM314 XLge Mini Baroque Beauty By Michelle Zimmerman

Extra bits: Premo! clay, Swarovski crystals, my rendition of a horse head and a dare from Kim Cavender.
With Age Comes Beauty Canvas (Back)
by Jeni Calkins (DT)
using
AM112 Med 6 Petal Flower
AM120 XLge Scroll Heart No1
AM123 XXLge Set of Wings (1)
AM149 Lge Clover
AM179 X4Lge Lock No1
AM209 XXLge Dragonfly
AM310 X3Lge Tweenie Baroque Beauty

Cast with Sculpey Ultralight

 

 

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Ode to Beauty
by Michelle Zimmerman (DT)

using
AM314 XLge Mini Baroque Beauty
by Michelle Zimmerman

Studio Clay was used for the skinner blend, Kato Polyclay for the body and Premo for the black background. Arms legs and a head were added to the Mini baroque Beauty, then she was dressed in a nice little black bikini.
  Pendant
by Ingrid Wilde

using
Baroque Beauty

Cast with PMC

 


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AM347 X5Lge Baroque Derriere  (deep)
by Michelle Zimmerman
Height 7.8 cm x Width 4.5 cm

This derriere matches:
AM284 - X5Lge
Baroque Beauty
by Michelle Zimmerman
see artwork above.
Ruby Dress
by Michelle Zimmerman (DT)
using
AM284 X5Lge Baroque Beauty by Michelle Zimmerman
AM347 X5Lge Baroque Derriere by Michelle Zimmerman 
 

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AM349 XLge Mini Derriere (deep)
by Michelle Zimmerman
Height 3.8 cm x Width 2.2 cm

This derriere matches:
AM314 - XLge
Mini Baroque Beauty
by Michelle Zimmerman
see artwork above.
Wildlife Focal Bead
by Michelle Zimmerman (DT)
using
AM349 XLge Mini Derriere (deep)

Kato Polyclay, Swarovski flat back crystals and E-6000 glue. The clay was formed and baked over a lightbulb to get a nice round shape.
Itty bitty Bikini Bead
by Michelle Zimmerman (DT)
using
AM314 XLge Mini Baroque Beauty
AM349 XLge Mini Derriere (deep)
 
Kato Polyclay, Swarovski flat back crystals and E-6000 glue. The clay was formed and baked over a lightbulb to get a nice round shape. The two moulds were formed and joined into a full "person", then cut down the middle to give the side views.
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Cutest Itty Bitty Magnet
by France Chevalier (DT)
using
AM349 XLge Mini Derriere (deep)

Easy and great look, using a coat of Aqua Acrylic Paint (Jo Sonja) but colours such as Celadon or Jade would also work (this was a bit of a blend of all three), then dry brushed with Jo Sonja Burnished Copper. I then stuck a magnet on the back (the back of the backside that is!) and it's the cutest itty bittiest magnet!
Clippy Magnet
by France Chevalier (DT)
using
AM349 XLge Mini Derriere (deep)

An upgrade to the previous version of this magnet. Using a beautiful Beeswax Art Stamps rubber stamp for the background, and some acrylic paint (Aqua and Burnished Copper - Jo Sonja), a small wooden peg, and a large puzzle piece. Word by Collections.
Beach Babe
by Michelle Zimmerman (DT)
using
AM349 XLge Mini Derriere
by Michelle Zimmerman
 
Kato Polyclay, Studio Clay, brass tubing and some sand paper. I gave her some hands and feet to show some fun and frolicking attitude, then set her on a skinner blend of beach colored of Studio Clay. She was then framed with black clay. Brass tubing was wrapped with clay and is what the cord will pass through. This necklace is an ode to the style of Lynne Ann Schwarzenberg and will be raffled off at her guild retreat this year.


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AM345 XXLge African Shield by Michelle Zimmerman
Height 7.3 cm x Width 4.2 cm
The Sun Rises over the Land
by France Chevalier (DT)
using
AM345 XXLge African Shield by Michelle Zimmerman

Still playing with one of my favourite blends.
Also used copper wire, about 20 ga.
Close up of the shield
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Africa Shield Card
by France Chevalier (DT)

using
AM345 XXLge African Shield by Michelle Zimmerman

This technique uses Sculpey Ultralight, and liquid sculpey and Adirondack Alcohol Inks. I have more information about Faux Ceramics on my blog. Stamp by AfterMidnight Art Stamps
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Shields
by Michelle Zimmerman (DT)
using
AM345 XXLge African Shield by Michelle Zimmerman

This is a waste clay project. All the bits of waste clay were gathered together, twisted up and sent through the pasta machine to mimic wood tones (which I’m sure happen somewhere on earth). The shields were made from complimentary waste clays and highlighted just a bit with mica powder.
Sunshield Hair Clip
by Michelle Zimmerman (DT)

using
AM160 X3Lge Face Rays
AM345 XXLge African Shield
by Michelle Zimmerman

Waste clay that had bits of leafing left on it were used for the shield. The face was cut out of the Face Rays mould and attached to the shield.
 

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AM346  X6Lge  African Masks
by Michelle Zimmerman
Each Mask:
Height 4.2 cm x Width 2.0 cm
Metallic Look Necklace
by France Chevalier (DT)
using
AM346 X6Lge African Masks by Michelle Zimmerman

Cast in Polymer Clay, dusted with Silver Pearl Ex.
Necklace
by France Chevalier (DT)
using
AM346 X6Lge African Masks by Michelle Zimmerman

Cast in Polymer Clay rolled in Bronze Embossing Powder.
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Friendly Plastic Masks
by Michelle Zimmerman (DT)
using
AM346 X6Lge African Masks by Michelle Zimmerman

Cast with Friendly Plastic.
African Girafes
by France Chevalier (DT)

using
AM346 X6Lge African Masks by Michelle Zimmerman

This technique uses Sculpey Ultralight, and liquid sculpey and Adirondack Alcohol Inks. I have more information about Faux Ceramics on my blog. Stamp by AfterMidnight Art Stamps
Finger Fish Sticks
by Michelle Zimmerman (DT)
using
AM346 X6Lge African Masks by Michelle Zimmerman

Kato Polyclay, red oil paint and some beads. The fingers are modeled after my very own. The fish are made of Kato Polyclay, then aged a bit by rubbing oil paint onto them. Their fins are slices from a layered cane. The fish were mounted on metal sticks and decorated with beads.
Different view:
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  Masks Guest Soaps
by France Chevalier (DT)
using
AM346 X6Lge African Masks by Michelle Zimmerman

Using Olive Melt and Pour Soap Base, and Pearl Ex, also cold press soap shavings.
 

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  Leaf Print Dress
by Michelle Zimmerman (DT)

using
Biggest Baroque Beauty by Michelle Zimmerman
Available by Special Order
and
AM337 X3Lge 3 Leaves
by Michelle Zimmerman

Old Premo clay that has been leached and is a little dry was used for the body, translucent Premo with a few drops of Jacquard Lime Green alcohol ink was used for the leaves. After curing the entire project was tooth brushed with burnt umber oil paint, wiped off and allowed to dry.
 

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