Tuesday, August 23, 2011
SCULPTING Part 3: FOX MORTON LEARNS PATIENCE
Worked on Nut Grassbottom's face this morning and didn't want to stop.
But alas, duty calls.
The Claycrete is so porous that the previous paint was soaked in and Nut was beginning to look a wee....gray. Hopefully, this final coat of green will stay put.
Note to Self: Do not jump the gun and do eyes until you are satisfied with the face.
It's a bugger getting into those tiny spaces.
Tonight: Lips and cheeks! How hard can that be? lol
To follow my sculpting adventure:
The Urge to Sculpt http://collagepirate.blogspot.com/2011/07/urger-to-sculpt-part-2.html
The Urge to Sculpt: Part 2 http://collagepirate.blogspot.com/2011/07/urger-to-sculpt-part-2.html