Category Archives: Polymer clay

Waiting To Start On My Summer Project

I believe that it was almost a month ago that I was telling you about my “Summer Woodcarving Project”. Well it’s still waiting for the “Tree-Taker-Downers” to arrive and whack the top out’ta the tree. In their defense the weather … Continue reading

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It’s All In The Detail 1/24/2017

I’ve found that there is no good way to represent a three dimensional sculpture in a single photograph. However, I’ve begun to add in some detail to the sculpture. Here is the beginning of where I’m trying to go. If … Continue reading

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Bison Wolf #4 1/20/2017

The last time I showed you the armature that the wolf was to be formed on. Here’s the wolf. These individual sculpted pieces are placed roughly where they will be on the base of the finished sculpture, and it appears … Continue reading

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Wolf Armature 1/17/2017

I thought some of you would like to see what the armature that the wolves are sculpted on looks like. This is the armature for the fourth wolf. It made out of a heavy gauge aluminum wire and covered in expandable … Continue reading

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Bison and 3 Wolves–One More Wolf To Go

Hi Folks here is where I am on 1/15/2017. The third wolf is in place (Maybe) and I have decided that there will definitely be one more wolf. It will be on the other side of the Bison.

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Bison and Two Wolves 1/6/2017

Here’s the second wolf. Keep in mind that the bison and the two wolves are the equivalent of a pencil sketch if I were doing a painting. There’s a long way to go yet.

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Bison, First Clay

I think that it’s time for you to see where I’m going with this sculpture, even though there’s “miles to go before I sleep.” Like I said, I’m just getting started, but among other things, this bison is “way too … Continue reading

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Armature Ongoing

Hi Folks, This is the “Assembly Photoshop” and the armature after it was bulked up a bit The PVC armature that was in the last “Post” has been changed by raising the bison’s head, wrapping aluminum foil around it, and … Continue reading

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The Bison Armature

Hi Folks, I have purchased enough PVC fittings to plumb my entire house, but here is the result. This armature is for the bison only. The wolves have been calculated for, but at this point are only figments of my … Continue reading

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Bison and Wolves

Hi Folks, I’ve been kinda’ quiet lately, probably to the relief of most of you, but I just wanted to share an idea that I have for my next sculpture. This is an assembly picture that I did with Photoshop, … Continue reading

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