It has been a while, after my last post in October! I have moved halfway across the country, from Sydney to Adelaide. When this was happening I thought that I would be able to jump straight back into the sculpting. But after setting up my workshop and getting settled in, I lost my mojo and didn’t do much till after christmas.
After christmas, I forced myself to get going again and of course I did this with goblins. I also got BeeSPutty, the triple firm one. I think I like the BeeSPutty, it’s a bit softer than my Fimo – Super Sculpey mix, it’s also a lot sticker than any if the other clays I have tried.
Onto some pics. Theses are the goblets I used to get me out of my funk. The first one is a different version of a shaman that i did before, the rest are just some spearmen. You may notice that I got myself a new camera, well not new, but it was a good ebay find and hopefully will improve the pics on hear.
So last month I spent a weekend in Melbourne doing a sculpting workshop with Patrick Masson, which was a lot of fun and I think that it may have fundermataly change the way I approach sculpting. Here is work in progress pics of some Orc blood bowl linemen, as a redo of some I have done before. I think there might be a little bit of difference.
What do you think? I always like to hear.
Thanks for looking.