21 January 2008
This artist usually spends his time drawing elaborate, tiny scenes of landscapes with dinosaurs. I'm glad he decided to try his ideas in 3-D.
Another 2-D artist brings one of his dragon creations to life!
This photo doesn't show the complete paint job but I love the craftsmanship of this water shooting Spidey hand.
As usual, the Clay Studio is a popular place. It has two sections - one with oil clay for practicing technique and the other with 'real' clay, as it is called. I have seen growth in many students in the way they work with the clay and get it to do what they envision.