Tuesday, April 07, 2020

Wood if I couldn't

I like to share my failures as well as my successes. Well... not ALL of my failures. Otherwise, this blog would not be much fun. So, please don't do what I did in my last post. It didn't work.

The block was too large, the epoxy didn't stick to the chin interior because it wasn't roughed-up enough. So, it wasn't too difficult to tear the thing apart.

This time I cut the block to half its size. I roughed-up the chin interior much more. I used more Magic-Sculpt and wrapped it over and under the woodblock.

After the epoxy hardens and I'm convinced everything will hold together, I'll use paper clay to sculpt the full jaw piece.

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