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From the album: SCULPTORTHIS SOLID CLAY STUDY FOR A BRONZE CAST. THIS GORILA ,IN A THOUGHTFULL STANCE,ASKING HIMSELF: '' HOW COULD HUMANS EVER THINK TO BE RELATED TO US? WE DON´T ENSLAVE OUR NEIGHBORS,WE DON´T PEE IN RIVERS WHERE WE DRINK,I DON´T KILL FOR SPORT,I HAVE NO INTENTIONS OF GOING TO MARS. NO, WE JUST CAN´T BE RELATED !!
Hello everyone, I am completely new in this field, my work so far has focused on plaster modeling. But soon I would like to start a new project, which requires a lot of knowledge in clay processing. I would like to make two fireplace surrounds (designed in the style of the attached plan), one for a decorative fireplace and one for a real fireplace which already has a cast iron insert whit a brick mantle. I would like to know for the first one, for the decorative one, I need to burn the tiles or not. It's about some large parts, for example 2 corbels 80x20 cm. Also I would lik
Dear all, i want to carve some bricks while they are soft, then sun dry them, then fire them extra slowly, then carve the detail into the well fired brick. I've researched this and all the instructions tell me to dig up natural clay. I can't do this as i live in the city and i don't have land to dig. Would it work if i buy some terra cotta powder and silica sand, add water, and mix it thoroughly? Regards, Pete