I have been working/not working on this mirror for over a month now. I loved making those pumpkins with the faces so much, then started to think that one of those sculpted faces kind of morphing or stretching out of a mirror would be neat. This was done on a piece of extra dollhouse plywood I had hanging around. The clay is the harder grey clay, of which I painted silver after baking. I put in white eyeballs, thinking that I would paint them a blood red. Just as Nikki was trying to think of a way to bring out more definition to her book skulls (see her post here), I could do a black wash to do the same here, but won't it take away from the "morphing/stretching" out of a mirror look? I have been held up with the mirror frame as well, however, I am thinking that Nikki's faux leather technique around the edge might be nice....any suggestions?