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http://peterkonigart.com/sculpey-maquette-tutorial/ -- worth looking at, for those interested in sculpting. I like the idea of using a pasta machine to work the sculpey instead of beating it into submission manually, since the time involved in doing it manually was one of the reasons we cut back on our use of sculpey.
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http://peterkonigart.com/sculpey-maquette-tutorial/ -- worth looking at, for those interested in sculpting. I like the idea of using a pasta machine to work the sculpey instead of beating it into submission manually, since the time involved in doing it manually was one of the reasons we cut back on our use of sculpey.
ysengrin: Yep, that's me. (Default)
Here's a post over on thisroomthatikeep that brings together various how-to and example sculpting resources. Media used ranges from hands-on clay to various 3d packages. Nothing earthshattering, but seeing how someone else works is always useful.
ysengrin: Yep, that's me. ((default))
Here's a post over on thisroomthatikeep that brings together various how-to and example sculpting resources. Media used ranges from hands-on clay to various 3d packages. Nothing earthshattering, but seeing how someone else works is always useful.
ysengrin: Yep, that's me. (Default)
These are the work of Arthur Putnam, and are outside the de Young museum in Golden Gate Park (San Francisco). One is Child with Giant Hare (AKA Boy and Rabbit), for [livejournal.com profile] porsupah. Another is Lynx and Child, for [livejournal.com profile] lynxspirit. And, finally, there is Puma and Child. behind cut for bandwidth )

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