Dear Mr. Lemon, “David”… I am just giving you a Shoutn''Howdy up there in MT. And I would like to send you my best wishes for the HAPPIEST of THANKSGIVINGS and for the upcoming HOLIDAYS, from one of your faithful subscribers down here in Sunny Northern Cali.. I very diligently watch the progression of each of your sculptures and I hope you will never stop sharing with us whom enjoy this genre of art. I continue to learn something each time I watch you work.
I am very interested in your thought processes when you’re considering what the foundry needs an artist to consider while constructing a piece. If you could please expound upon this area... a bit more ... especially when you’re at those junctures of development in your pieces... which you know you have to make certain adjustments and your reasons. Another area, I would love to hear how you know when a Foundry is pricing a piece fairly; and what are some of the ranges of getting master copies made and subsequent copies, how the foundry arrives at its pricing. Share what you think a rookie /newbie in sculpting, artist should be watching out for working with contracting foundries. I am sure it would be of use to more than just me... Thanks again for your blog. Diane
Answer to Diane: I'm honored... Thank you Diane for contacting me. I'll make a video just to answer these questions tomorrow.. Look for it tomorrow night.