Stained glass creations I made using time-honored techniques of hand-cutting and breaking the glass, followed by grinding, applying copper foil, and finally soldering. I also created the patterns myself, first sketching them on paper and then copying them onto contact paper with my "natural lightbox" (ie, a window).
My first stained glass creation. (11"x14")
The same sailboat as the previous one, but in a window with sunlight coming through it. (11"x14")
My second stained glass creation. It was a gift for my mother. (12"x12")
The same lighthouse as the previous one, but in a window with sunlight coming through it. (12"x12")
Counted Cross Stitch
Counted cross stitch "pictures" made from patterns that I bought at the store.
This is the first cross stitch I ever completed (mostly because it is small). (4"x6")
The pattern for this cross stitch called for white fabric. I used green instead, and interpolated all the white bits. (8"x10")
I finally managed to finish this one, which I had been working on off and on for some 13 odd years. (11"x12")
Painted Miniature Figurines
Pewter and zinc figurines I have painted with run-of-the-mill acrylic craft paints. I mix many of the colors myself and apply them with a "one-haired paint brush", as everyone likes to call my favorite 30/0 brush.
This is the first figurine I painted.
I used photographs of real wolves to get the colors right.
Another black/brown wolf, but without the white belly.
A brown/grey timber wolf.
A white/grey timber wolf.
A white wolf ticked with grey.
Another white wolf ticked with grey.
A white unicorn mare and her foal.
A female paladin dressed in armor and brandishing a sword for battle.
The same paladin as to the left, but this time mounted on her unicorn war-horse.
Dwarven warrior riding his mountain goat into battle.