Friday, May 25, 2018
I put this video up over 6 years ago.. thought it appropriate to revisit it today. Just remembering my part in the creation of this memorial to Veterans living and dead. Who gave their lives and futures to this country's survival. To preserve the freedoms our forefathers gave us. I show the monumental bronze I was asked to create for this sacred spot in South West Montana. back in 2001
Thursday, May 24, 2018
Today I made the base for the Buffalo. Using Taxidermy Foam, Parts A & B Urethane Foam, I made the base and then added clay to the surface of the foam after shaping it. Probably saved me 6 to 10 pounds of expensive clay. I then continued to work on the fur on the face of the Buffalo..
Tuesday, May 22, 2018
just finished Editing the hours and hours of videos I had on CREATING A FULL FIGURE OF A VIKING. It's taken almost two months to just edit the tons of videos. I'm re-posting this announcement for those who missed it. Well today They've gone on sale. Both the DVD 2 disk version and the Single 2 hour 44 minute Digital Version. In this video I show a Preview of that Instructional Video as well as a visual guide on how to purchase it, both on DVD and on Digital.
Monday, May 21, 2018
Just texture experimenting today with rocks from my driveway. Got my Ball Peen Hammer and broke a couple of rock to get a rough surface for texturing the thick fur on the Buffalo.. You can utilize a lot of objects as make sculpting tools.
Saturday, May 19, 2018
Carving and trimming the Buffalo's stomach. Then adding the fur to it's shoulders, and then clay over the old clay. The original Buffalo was created in 2004. I never throw away my old clays.
Friday, May 18, 2018
The fact that the left side of my face is recovering from Paralysis of the facial muscles.. has effected my ability to sculpt. My left eye still doesn't blink completely.. so at times it feels like needles sticking me in the eye.. It's gotten a ton better.. but still bothers me to the point to where I'm unable to see what I'm working on. Today was a fairly good day. I continued working on the right side of the Buffalo's head, and then started working back to the shoulders.