This week in sculpture I finished burning the gator and then painted each graphic with watered down acrylic paints. Next week I plan to complete the project by burning a border around the edge. This will be my last project of the year, but I plan to go to honors sculpture for next year.
Thursday, May 8, 2014
This week in sculpture I have been working on my Gators plank. The struggle has been real because I borke my two best saugtering iorn tips. By next week I plan to complete this project. The Gator is the last image on this side of the wood but I am debating if i shold burn the back. I would most likely put the Gator mascot and another variation of UF. Stay tuned for some more unique sculpture.
Saturday, May 3, 2014
This week in sculpture I trace over The faded pencil lines sanded the corners and blank faces of the piece. The progress of the piece looks slow but that's only because I am adding detail to the piece. By next week I will be able to start the gator. Stay tuned for more unque sculpture.
Sunday, April 27, 2014
This week in sculpture I continued to burn my peice. I finished up the word Florida and then burnt UF. Then I started the word Gators. I also sanded and smoothed the suface and corner of the boards. I should be starting th back by next week. Stay tuned for more unique sculpture.
Sunday, April 20, 2014
This week in sculpture I have been burnnig a piece of wood that is Gator themed plank. I started this project by picking out gator logos from onlin and then transfering it on to the woodwith graphite pencils. I colored the back of each picture and then traced each on the wood, each of these graphics. I then burnt each of the lines I traced.
Friday, April 11, 2014
The week in sculpture I pressed clay through an extorter. I created 4 shepes: the Star of David,an oval, hexagon, and a triangle. once I made each of them long enough I took the strands and twisted each into varied positions so they where not touching. stay tuned for more unique art.
Sunday, April 6, 2014
This week in sculpture I glazed the third man of a set of three and glazed my fish which was carved and wood burned. For the set of men I painted, I used Obsidian Glaze. I was finally able to complete the set this week. I glaze the fish to give it a glossy, wet look. To do this i mixed glaze with acrylic paint. The two paints I mix with the glaze were light green and orange to resembel the colors of most river fish.