The Weekend of Clay where I taught my Dragons In Relief sculpting class was in March but I’m only getting around to posting pictures now… I had grand plans of downloading all the photos from my phone, doing the image editing, figuring out whose was whose and posting them in a nice orderly fashion.

Yup… Whenever I have grand plans like that, it tends not to happen. So here are a few of the pictures straight from my phone(or in Lisa’s case sent to me afterwards) in random order and at different phases.


I was so ecstatically happy with how everyone did… Some people used variations on the patterns I provided, some people brought their own. Everyone did something different, in their own way.

There was so much creativity going on it was inspiring. Especially since a couple of people were relatively new to polymer, and a couple people have told me before that they can’t sculpt.  🙂

Aren’t they gorgeous?



I’ll post more dragons later…


3 Responses to Dragons and Perfectionism 

  1. It was a grand class. Mine is the (so far) black dragon at the top. And yes, I do not sculpt. And yes, I was flabbergasted at how good it looked so far! Thanks for great instruction, Christy. I’ll keep going on it, and let you see how it turns out..

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