He’s all spiffed up and mounted on a wooden block that I hand stained to coordinate with his shell.
Everyone followed roughly the same steps, but you can see the variety of expressions and interpretations. They came out wonderfully.
I’ll be teaching this again in Rhode […]
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Sculpt a Dragon
Saturday, April 8, 10 AM – 3 PM
I have a few pieces in a show down by the University of Rhode Island. You can see two of my relief sculptures on display at the CourtHouse Center for the Arts starting tonight – my raven, and The Highlander, a piece which I haven’t exhibited before.
One day is both more and less time than I thought. I can do so much more if I use every minute, and don’t procrastinate or worry about what to make and how it’s going to come out, and whether […]
But we did fly out the very next day on vacation to St. Thomas – where even when it rains for 10 minutes you end up with a rainbow.
So, as a wrap-up… This is everything I’ve made this month.
I think I’ve learned a few things too… And not just about using pan pastels. I want to think about that a bit more and I’ll post some thoughts later.
But all in all, I’m really glad I did it. It was […]
6×6″ dragon colored with pan pastels then highlighted with Pearlex mica powders.
So now… I am officially done with the challenge!
I’ll post a wrap up later on but I made it
It’s not painted yet, but it is baked now.