Wednesday, June 5, 2013

Royal Chicklets as Card/Plant Holders
 I have completed the assembly of another part of the Royal Sonic Chicken Family! These are the Royal Chicklets! They are making themselves useful! They are excellent for business card holders or could even be used as small pots for growing your favorite plants. The three photos attached are different views of four of the Chicklets which have not been bisque or glaze fired. They are in the dry clay stage. Look carefully at the beak and you can tell which are going to "develop into" Royal Sonic Princesses or Princes.The Royal Chicklets will soon be bisque fired. Then they will be glazed and glaze fired. The finished Royal Chicklets will not be ready for new homes until approximately mid-July.

Front View

Rear View
Hope you like them! I would love to receive your comments!! Thanks Jerry

Sunday, June 2, 2013

Welcome to my blogspot! I have a included a series of pictures that show the steps I use in making my Royal Sonic Chicken Family. In this series the first slide shows the RSC Bodies, tail sections, heads and stands.
Slide 1-Royal Sonic Chicken bodies, tail sections, heads and stands.

The second slide shows 2 RSC  bodies with head and tail sections attached. Also shown are additional bodies, heads, tail sections and stands that will be shown assembled in later photos.

Slide 3 shows four RSC bodies, tail sections and heads attached to their stands. At this stage the the RSChickens are ready for the addition of wings, feathers, crowns and face features.

The fourth slide shows the fully assembled RSC King, Queen, Princess and Prince. 

The next step is to bisque fire the Royal Family. Then complete the process with glazing and glaze firing! Hope you enjoyed the series of slides on the process used to assemble the Sonic Chicken Royal Family.  Come back toward the end of June to see the finished Royal Fowls!!!