Wednesday, April 25, 2012

04 Modeling Nº 34

I was getting low on Prima Plastilina oil-clay, and today my order from Dick Blick arrived. I only had one pound of oil-clay left, so this arrived just in time.

I cut the four pounds of oil-clay up and put it in the clay-warming box. Now I have five pounds of oil-clay to work with.

When I started this project, I had four pounds of Prima Plastilina. I ordered eight more pounds, thinking that twelve pounds of oil-clay would be enough for this 70cm figure, especially since I was using the wood pieces in the armature. Now I have four pounds more, for a total of sixteen pounds of oil-clay. I sure hope this is enough to finish her.

I added some coils of oil-clay to the lower arms.

I blended the coils I added above, then added some more coils and blended them together. I also twisted the hands a little bit, so they are not quite as much in a medical anatomy position. Just adding some more clay to the arms is starting to make them look better.

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