I decided to make video reviews of each of my 9 Instructional DVDs so people can see a brief review on each in 3 to almost 6 minutes each.
You can purchase any or all of these by going to the top right of the right column and clicking on the drop down menu.
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Review of my Instructional DVD CREATING THE PLAINS WARRIOR
Below is a Review of my Instructional DVD, CREATING A BUST OF A VIKING
Below is a Review of my Instructional DVD, CREATING A FULL HORSE AND RIDER
Below is a Review of my Instructional DVD, CREATING A LIFE SIZE PORTRAIT
Below is a Review of my Instructional DVD, CREATING A FULL FIGURE OF A MOUNTAIN MAN
Below is a Review of my Instructional DVD, CREATING SWEETGRASS, CLAY TO BRONZE
Below is a Review of my Instructional DVD, CREATING A FEMALE HOLDING A BABY
Below is a Review of my Instructional DVD, CREATING A HORSES HEAD IN CLAY
Below is a Review of my Instructional DVD, A tour of a foundry, CLAY TO BRONZE
Monday, April 24, 2017
Friday, April 21, 2017
Attaching the three feathers into the wax Top Knot of the Scalplock to make it one unit that can be detached by the foundries mold maker. Keeping the feathers in their set positions. Then painting the wax to match the clay.
Thursday, April 20, 2017
Slow but sure this piece takes shape. To support the weight of the wax feathers I have to create a wax hair piece for them to mount in. So today, I was trying to figure out how to do that. I also like the idea that at the foundry, when they mold the feathers, they can remove the whole feather unit to mold separate.
Wednesday, April 19, 2017
I asked the expert of all things Native American, Michael Badhand, "How would the feathers be attached on the back of the warrior's head?" He said they'd be stuck into his "Scalplock". So today was spent creating the Scalplock and texturing the hair. Finally attaching the feathers. I'm really like the feel now. Much more than when he had a Buffalo Headdress on.
Tuesday, April 18, 2017
The feathers I painted on Friday are ready for mounting. I just have to figure the best arraignment for them. How I arrange them will determine how dramatic this piece will eventually look. First I have to continue with the hair. How that's designed can make or break the total design of the piece.
Thursday, April 13, 2017
I sold a full set of my Instructional DVDs to a fella who dropped by my studio in my new house today. Rick Smith is from Georgia, and he came by to watch me sculpt a bit and then we went on a tour of the Ruby Valley and Virginia City and Nevada City, Old Gold Rush Towns over the mountain from where I live. I fine tuned a feather in wax and then painted it to look like the clay. I had another feather that was already finished that I painted as well. It was all the time I had to do these two feathers. Next video, Hair and Feathers.