What cause of Lea? I hope if does go too far. I sent the master and some parts of the coiled seaweed base were fragile. She wants to cut down the base a bit,but I really liked the unusual tall pillar look.
Thanks. Lots more work still to the chest styling.Not sure of colors yet but, I will be painting. One thing I wanted to do was flay her shoulder ala Fernando Vicente,but. Dont want to confuse the whole concept. I might have to save it for another one.
I saw this one on your blog [link] You may have done this already but the first thing that came to my mind when i saw the setting in the chest was some clock work sprockets and such. may look nice. Just a thought.
Not a bad idea. I wasnt sure what Id put in there ,but I have been working on black and white clay insignia.
I havent done anything with gears. Ive always loved automatons and mechanical toys,but Ive shied away from "steampunk". I feel a certain inner tug of war there. If I do use clockwork mechanisms I would want it functioning at least appearing to and to have purpose and significance in my imagery.
I was hoping to get a neat popular one to have cast as an LTD resin. maybe her. But I have to make some sort of plinth that will be custom and not look too boring traditional.Kat Soto said I need something to lift them and add movement so, Im trying to switch up from the cut straight at the shoulders and do a sweetheart neckline..not sure how I feel about that yet.