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Killstreak

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  1. Hello all! I've been an artist for many years, and decided to branch out into other mediums... So, with the proceeds of my birthday, I decided to purchase some air drying clay and tools with the idea of trying my hand at sculpting. I've always been a fan of dragons so decided this should be my first project - it's a form I'm familiar with and one I'm not overly concerned about being accurate. However, I decided in my artistic mind that said dragon would look better perched upon a rock I'd acquired from my garden... However how would be the best way to approach this? I've built an armature for the piece, but would it be better to attach it direct to the rock and then build upon it, or build the piece and then glue them together? Is there anything I need to be aware of for either approach? TIA, killstreak
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