Purchase a PDF tutorial and learn to sculpt.
Stuck at home and bored during COVID-19 quarantine?!
Learn how to sculpt these fun hen characters by following the easy step-by-step tutorial with full color photos. Keen beginners can start here!
Tutorial by Caroline McFarlane-Watts.
'A Drove of Witches' - Caroline McFarlane-Watts 2020
Download free coloring images below, print off and have fun.
A fun way to relax, de-stress and be involved in the Tall Tales community is to download and color in a coloring page. Hand-drawn by Caroline McFarlane-Watts, this image is a selection of bad witch characters from Good Witches Bad Witches ™.
Print your image off and color in with crayons or paints, or simply save the image to your computer and add colors using Photoshop.
A Drove of Witches
(as pictured above)
Want to take it a step further?! Take a snap of your finished coloring page and put it on your Instagram page tagging @talltalesproductions and using the hashtag #talltalescoloringchallenge as competitions sometimes run and the followers of the Tall Tales Instagram page (here) can vote on their favorite colored image and one winner wins a prize. Follow the Tall Tales Instagram to stay ahead of these sorts of competitions.
Purchase resin blanks and paint them for yourself.
If you're feeling creative, you can buy a blank white version of some of the Tall Tales pieces and paint them for yourself using acrylic or enamel paints. Hand-sculpted by Caroline McFarlane-Watts and then molded and cast in resin in the Los Angeles workshop, and ready for you to make it your own.
Watch step by step video tutorials online.
Click over to the Tall Tales YouTube Channel and watch behind the scenes videos about how work is created, or follow step-by-step video tutorials to learn how to sculpt a character using polymer clay, add paint details and so forth. More videos will continue to be added through the year, so subscribe to the channel and don't miss new videos.