Cruelty free taxidermy

I have always loved the look of taxidermy but at the same time it seems a bit iffy, so I made myself a bunny head for the wall in ceramics instead
He was quite a tricky sculpt to do in the end, but Im fairly happy with him, I put two little holes under his chin to tie a ribbon into a bow for him and I think that might be what I like best about him
I made him to go on the wall underneath the beautiful paper dolls that Amy from Wool and Water made for Paul’s and my anniversary, he seems to work nicely with it somehow
with painting
Three more ceramic girls are being fired and glazed this week and I just made a little geisha with a dolly this afternoon, Im very keen to get much more done this term!

6 Responses to “Cruelty free taxidermy”

  1. Natalie Says:

    I am totally in love with your bunny.
    And yes, he goes perfectly under that adorable paper doll artwork.

  2. Eerika Says:

    Wow! Wonderful faux-taxidermy bunny! It really does look super with your paper dolls.

  3. Paola Says:

    Like how all work together, and you make a fantastic work with the rabbit head, lovely!

  4. Amy Says:

    I can’t believe you didn’t get more comments on this rabbit head… it’s so lovely.
    Your foray into ceramics has been inspirational and impressive.

  5. Sarah Says:

    I am totally in love with the bunny head, will you be selling them?

  6. jamfancy Says:

    Thank you, but at this stage no I wont be selling the bunny heads : )

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