I took some photographs of them, wrote descriptions of them, measured them up, and then went to Royal mail website to find out postage. Doh! The site was broken (and it is still broken after 24 hours.) They insist they can't find postage for my specific weight!!!
What I wanted to list were these cuties.
This is how he looked before bisque firing. The little one facing to him on the left is a brooch for sale on Etsy.
|Chameleons in making|
|Short legged, long legged and horned chameleons|
I made four little ones. None is same. The difficult part was attachment of legs. Funnily enough I make the tail part first. Secondly, face, third, body, and finally legs. Then I assembled them.
This is a little horned chap. As you can see his tail and body were supported until the clay became harder. And don't miss his adorable face!
|My tail is heavy|
|Am I adorable?|
I wanted to make a larger one, and made this one (below). As everything I make, inside is hollow. Unlike some clay artists, I make everything hollow from the start.
Well, as soon as Royal mail website comes up, I will figure out postage, and list him as well as other chaps on my Etsy shop.
|Chameleon medium size with drippy tail!|