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To make a modular armature you'll need a set of brass tubes (really not tube shaped though - you want the square kind.) If you live near an art store that's not Michael's or Hobby Lobby (I think...
Wood's flashpoint is somewhere in the 500 degrees Farenheit range, so unless you're trying to burn your sculpey into a toxic mess, you should be more than okay. Same with aluminum (Just cooked some...
The dragon sounds like something that would be better made modular... or using another material more suited to big stuff.
Robert Clary has been executing what he calls "colored pencil paintings" for years. You wouldn't want to argue with "Hogan's Heroes" 's "Louis LeBeau", would you? Whether a medium is wet or dry has...
Well, it's probably best to do one project at a time. If you want to make an oven box, do that as a separate project once you've got a feel for Sculpy.
And yes, those media have all been fine for...
Not to throw another curve but...drawing and painting are actually significantly different (which is what I though the thread was going to be about)...though painting is built on good drawing as...
Drawing is like riding a unicycle while juggling chainsaws.
Painting is like riding a unicycle while juggling chainsaws, on a tightrope, over a shark tank.
It's a really, really...
February 1st, 2011
Pencils: any set with a range of hardnesses. Wood should be slightly springy but also firm and not brittle. Doesn't have to have an eraser on the end. Also get a couple mechanical pencils. One...
January 23rd, 2011
First of all, I want to commend you for two things right off the top. First is being realistic enough to know that your stuff needs work and looking for help. Right away that puts you ahead of a...
September 30th, 2008
Hopefully a way to help some people out. Before you go on to read this though I'd like to tell you that since I posted this thread I've realised that the best cure for procrastination and a lack of...
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