Tuesday, January 3, 2017

The Rat Has A Wife


It's been too long since I've updated here!

Back in Sept of 2016 I got real sick and ended up in the hospital until Nov 9th. I came home but was in recovery mode until just recently. I have not been deemed 100% cleared yet but I definitely feel more like my old self. I feel like making stuff!
If you're interested in reading more about what happened to me, I wrote a shortened version of events on my other blog right here.

Okay, back to making stuff...

These rat bodies are what I made after getting home. I actually made them while laying in bed and I made a big mistake, they're too big for
the Bed and Breakfast!!
Oh nooooo!
When I started the forms I was too sick to get up and  compare the sizes to the other creatures I've made for the dollhouse so I just guessed.. while laying there... in the back room... forming tinfoil.. so slowly, haha get the picture?

Anyway, I figured I had a family now and they're cute so I kept going.


One night I came out to the living room to work on them and to also visit my mother who was here looking after things while I got better. Here's the conversation we had:
Mom: What are you doing now?
Me: The rat wants his wife and baby.
Mom: Who are you talking about?
Me: The RAT! He's upset that his wife and baby are missing so I told him that they're on the way.
Mom: I can't tell if you're serious or not. You're crazy like your father.
Me: Thanks! Look, here's his wife!
Mom: omg. She has boobs?!
lol
I'm going to go add another post now so you can see the wife and baby with fur and clothes! I'll come back here with a link when the post is ready to view. OMG, they're so cute!! UPDATE: You can now view the mama and baby with fur and clothes. Here and here

See you soon!


Oh! And for those who want to know, these are tinfoil covered in masking tape. I add a layer of paper towel over that. Then I paint them whatever the color of the fur will be, in this case white. More to come later...

4 comments:

  1. Espero que tu recuperación sea muy ráìda y puedas trabajar cada vez más con esas preciosa familia.
    ¡Feliz 2017!

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  2. I'm so relieved you're better! What a scary experience! We're all happy to have you back. I love your rats!

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    1. thank you for the kind words, I appreciate it!

      I'm so glad you like the rats :)

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    2. Dearest Sharon, yesterday I tried to make one mouse like yours. I used wire,tinfoul and machinetape. I failed! :( Would you please make tutorial for the mouse or rat? I could try again. :)
      -Happy New Year!

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