The little grey dumbo was okay, but so many things could have been done better.
I love the trollish fug-ee ness of the hairless, with its uneven wrinklyness. So much character. I really like working on ugly cute figurines. That may be the direction I go.
Once I use up all the 'sampler' packs of clay I purchased for learning, I'll move on to the more professional quality clay that's easier to work with and limit it to certain colors.
I'd like to get a style worked out and eventually start selling them. Right now though, it's a learning process.
I'm trying to work out a way to sculpt hands and feet that will allow me to make them all pointy and clawed without losing structural strength. If not, I'll move into a more cartoony direction and give them stubby mickey mouse paws. I'm also going to look into a glaze to coat and make them shiny.