Due to trying new materials for the first time, yesterday’s results were (as I should have expected) unexpected. The three parts of the mold I was creating solidified into one solid piece causing a real horror of a demold. In lieu of that, I went back to the material I’m more familiar with and made a…Details
After getting my son down for a nap today, I went to work cleaning the 3 part mold [highlight] CAREFULLY [/highlight] so as to not tear it apart more than it has already been. I have also received an idea from a friend for another chess piece sculpture . Alan is a writer with an…Details
[dropcap_1] A [/dropcap_1] pparently, I forgot to knock on wood as I wrote my last post. “Awe, look how confident he tried to act… isn’t that cute.” So, now the top half of Amy and Tod’s original lighter case is in pieces and I’m not sure if the mold itself is salvagable. <insert dumbfounded here>…Details
Today I’m working on parts 2 and 3 of the three-part-mold of HALF of Tod’s Tribal Dragon (it’s definately a dragon now). Amy is happy with the design which is now primed and Tod still hasn’t found this site – like so many others… But here’s a sneak-peek at the molding process currently: What…Details
I’m revisiting the Rook that I’ve been working on for a longer-term chess set project. I’d specifically like to share my thoughts on the creation of the head on this little fella… As you can see the head turned out much different than the image Eric provided. I decided to leave it at this stage without the…Details
Last week was my first week with this website up and running. This weekend I was so excited to be working on a new commission to post I just about finished it. I’m currently 15 hours into the piece. Amy, a friend of a friend contacted me specifically interested in the Dragon Lighter Case for her boyfriend…Details
I don’t plan to post on the weekends, BUT I received a commission, for a “stylized dinosaur” (certainly not a dragon) lighter cover. I’m currently 7 hours into the sculpt and plan to have a bunch of progress images on Monday.
Have a great weekend!
…has been an ominous undertaking, YEARS in the making. Originally, I shelved the idea once it sunk in that I’d be sculpting 32 separate pieces, 16 of which needed to be fairly identical… ugh. But now, having spent years honing my skills at moldmaking I’ve returned to the idea. I went right to it, sculpting…Details
…better known as Polyvinyl chloride (PVC… yes, like the pipes) is produced by polymerization of the vinyl chloride monomer (VCM), as depicted… pretty awesome huh?! Not only is this substance used to make sewage pipes, wire insulation, clothing, upholstery, shoes, vinyl records and more – a sculptable version of this substance is what we know as Polymer Clay. [dropcap_1] P [/dropcap_1] olymer…Details
I recieved a lot of questions after the last post asking how to sculpt hair. I am in fact the son of a hairdresser, and like the old saying goes about the mechanics car always being broken – my car is broken. My experimentation with sculpting hair all began with this commissioned piece below. It’s…Details