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05-29-2019 11:36 PM
Kristikay
Thanks!

Thank you; I should’ve kept posting the progress but kept forgetting! Hopefully next time!
05-29-2019 09:39 PM
ennuisketch Impressive work!
05-22-2019 07:48 PM
Kristikay
Clay to bronze

I’m sorry I didnt keep this thread going...I finished my clay and it’s been in bronze for over three years now, LoL! I’m attaching a couple finished clay pics and bronze pics...
05-05-2017 12:34 AM
incrediblesculptures As you told patience makes your art great, perfect and you can improve your skill easily if you have patience and now about your creativity your attempt was good. Keep it up.
12-31-2015 07:01 AM
PassionateSculptor Very Nice
09-03-2015 11:00 AM
Kristikay Sorin, unlike a water-based clay, the clay I use needs no re-wetting since its oil based and never dries out. Water-based clay you can fire but an oil-based clay will melt when exposed to extremely high temps so the only thing you can do with it is to mold it or just leave it as a clay sculpture. I used water-based clays before and I know they need "watering"; I love the clay I use, I can put it away for months and forget about it, come back to it and still rework it. It's called Classic Clay but there are lots of other oil-based clays out there that are great, too...
09-03-2015 10:44 AM
Sorin Ever need to "rewet" the clay? You mentioned oil clay, one I've not used.
09-02-2015 04:37 PM
karliejaye I already can see the facial expression of that patient old ranch horse! Love the near side ear keeping track of what is going on.
09-02-2015 04:09 PM
TerryCurley Wow this is going to be an intricate piece with the young boy trying to get on him. I'm glad you are going to walk us through the process again.



09-02-2015 01:59 PM
chanda95 I am going to love this! I already know it. Great start!



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