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Had a lousy few days

OK here goes. It’s been a while since I last wrote but I’ve been busy all the same. My sculpting activities have been very repetitive and sometimes tedious but I am getting to the end of a stage. 395 more words

Sculpture Project

Iron City - Maquette of Pula

So, this picture was taken about a year ago, when I didn’t know nothing about photography(it was shot in auto) but it was still a good pic(it was even in competition for a prize in a photography competition). 63 more words


Amy's Art: Kimono Cat Collection - Meet Tama The Yukata Cat

After two and a half months of work, Tama is finally complete! I am so relieved. And what better time is there to showcase her than today, the 7th of July, which is the famous… 799 more words

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Amy's Art: Kimono Cat Collection - The Making of Tama Part 3

The Making of Tama Part 3 is finally here! Phew, this leg of the journey took a long, long time. I thought the painting part of this process would be a breeze and I would finish it all quickly but nope…this took the longest! 859 more words

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Making a Mermaid Maquette

I’ve been shamefully neglecting my main blog lately, because I’m having so much fun over here at Mermaid Music! So I thought I’d get double the use out of a post and write something that applied to both blogs. 138 more words


Casting the Gresley Maquette - the metal and patination stages

The bronze pour has been a success and the follow-up metalwork has been done by the foundry. I enjoy the drive up to Bronze Age, to check the metalwork before the patination (or colouring) begins. 297 more words


Casting the Gresley Maquette - the wax stage

The clay maquette of Sir Nigel Gresley and the Mallard arrived safely in the Docklands at Bronze Age Sculpture Casting Foundry. Their team made the two moulds – one for the figure and one for the Mallard – and cast them in wax. 71 more words