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New Video- “Beautiful Dreamer in Clay”

 Hi Everyone,

Here’s my very first sculpture video and it’s of Beautiful Dreamer.  I love the crispness of the clay details and wanted to show it all to you.  The best way is with video (either that or a ton of pictures).  I like video because emotion

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Photography of Shiny Bronze Sculpture – Beautiful Dreamer

Taking photos of shiny surfaces can pose problems in photography.  Sometimes what I’ve done is to take pictures of a sculpture in a light tent.  A light tent is somewhat like a box made of a white bed sheet.  Lighting of the sculpture is then done from outside the tent and soft light fills the tent.

With the Beautiful Dreamer sculpture I wanted her to have ……..

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 Beautiful Dreamer Bronze Foundry pics- (Also Including Michael Parkes Sculptures)

Going to the bronze foundry is always such a thrill (never mind the bay area city traffic that gets my heart rate going!). This time was no different, as I was able to see up close Michael Parkes’ creative realism sculptures. What greeted me is seen below, what looked like a Las Vegas act, all legsssss! 

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Dreamer Mold

Here’s a 41-pictoral review of the large ”Beautiful Dreamer” sculpture’s mold process.  See wealthmoldtutorial for complete mold process.  I’ve learned a few things since the “Wealth” mold and therefore have added new tips to this tutorial. 

Sometimes people wonder how in the world is a mold made.  Well, pics say a thousand words, much better than writing it out, so here it goes…..

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Beautiful Dreamer Enlargement

Hi All,

After 11 months, I’m finally finished with the Beautiful Dreamer enlargement!  Below are finished pics of her prior to casting her into bronze. She measures about 15″ tall by 15″ wide (40% larger than the original was) and she’s still delicate looking at that size. 

 * Discoloration on the face is due to adding a different color of clay but no worries, it won’t show up in the bronze (of course :-) ). *

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