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Old 08-27-2005, 10:37 AM
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your ink painting of the bee is incredible..my favorite! The sketches are a blast..lots of expression there. papermache is tricky but you can get some really interesting effects..check out the sculpture dogs on the art unleashed preview..(where mine are not and my feelings are hurt) you can get a paper mache that is already a dry mash..a lot easier then strips of paper. The chick looks like a linoleum block..you heated up the block or your tool? when i did mine you heated up the tool you were cutting with..i haven't done one i a zillion years.....
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Old 08-27-2005, 05:44 PM
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your ink painting of the bee is incredible..my favorite! The sketches are a blast..lots of expression there. papermache is tricky but you can get some really interesting effects..check out the sculpture dogs on the art unleashed preview..(where mine are not and my feelings are hurt) you can get a paper mache that is already a dry mash..a lot easier then strips of paper. The chick looks like a linoleum block..you heated up the block or your tool? when i did mine you heated up the tool you were cutting with..i haven't done one i a zillion years.....
Yeah that's what it was called! Linoleum! lol I heated up the block not the tool. So I had to keep going back and heating it back up everytime it cooled off. Got annoying after a while. lol So the tool you used, was it like electric or something so it stayed heated? That would be neat!

Oh I saw those paper mache sculptures...they where really neat! I didn't know that....we had to use the strips and then blend up the paper for the outside of it. The school's blender lid was screwed up so water always flew out everywhere! lol

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Old 08-27-2005, 05:54 PM
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next time use a little bunson (or however you spell it) burner...and heat up your tool instead.
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Does it make it easier to carve the thing?? Thanks.....that's a really good idea!!
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Old 08-30-2005, 09:45 PM
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I love the Bee
thats great
i also love the Wierd bunny/man paper mache' sculpture Thing LOL
really unusual
Thanks......I really have no clue what I was thinking on that mache' thing! LOL
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