Discussion in 'Sculpting' started by quang, Dec 7, 2003.
Looking great Gary..........keep up the terrific work!!!!
Looking really nice. I think what you have taken from Quang remarks makes a world of difference. Nice work and I can't wait to see more!
You're almost there, Gary!
Guys, Thanks. I'm at the point where I can now go back in and refine things (again). I hope to be done with this soon as some of the sculpey on it is starting to dry out. It's been almost 2 months since starting it so the material gives you plenty of time to work it, although you do not have forever before it gets dried out.~Gary
Wow, Gary. Great refinements! Can't wait to see more!
Here the first contest which arrives at its end (January 30), I have create for the occassion a " Special gallery " gathering all the sculptures French-speaking person and english-speaking.
I make a point of thanking everyone for his participation, a thanks particular to the english-speaking who joined us!
I regret not having more to comment on the images, but my English is really too poor that to be able to do it
Thank YOU Aeronaudts for your excellent initiative and a truly great idea.
A quick look at the entries in the SPECIAL GALLERY is revealing of the interest and the enthusiasm of our small community and also the priceless teaching one could learn from the various approaches.
Un simple coup d'oeil aux rÃ©sultats montre l'intÃ©rÃªt et l'enthousiasme engendrÃ©s par ton initiative et aussi les prÃ©cieux enseignements que l'on pourrait en tirer.
Aeronaudts! Bob Parker, who sculpted the first picture in your gallery has revised his version. I have new photos, but my Internet Access is not working at home so haven't been able to upload the new image; I hope to get it fixed before the 30th (I'm at work right now)
Looking good though!
Guys thanks. It's slowly coming along and I doubt very much I'll make the deadline. I will continue to work on him and post pics when he's finally done. this has been a fun project.~Gary
Bob Parkers revised bust, taken a week agon (probably redone the the whole thing by now!)
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