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Old 05-16-2019, 05:25 PM
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Re: Grizzly carving in yellow cedar

Your grizzly really is soft and fluffy looking, in yet, muscular, just as they are in the nature. I thought he looked great unfinished but now that you have added the "color" he looks more realistic. Looks great. Are you going to highlight the face like a person would a painting? By allowing more of the light brown to show through on high points to give a sheen from the sun etc. It will draw attention to the face that way too. Just a thought on that.

Glad you are back to work sculpting!
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Old 05-17-2019, 01:54 PM
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Re: Grizzly carving in yellow cedar

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Your grizzly really is soft and fluffy looking, in yet, muscular, just as they are in the nature. I thought he looked great unfinished but now that you have added the "color" he looks more realistic. Looks great. Are you going to highlight the face like a person would a painting? By allowing more of the light brown to show through on high points to give a sheen from the sun etc. It will draw attention to the face that way too. Just a thought on that.

Glad you are back to work sculpting!

I'm thinking I might do a bit of carving on the face to get some features.
The burned areas won't be bare: so that won't be the colour; I'm going to paint the (grizzly) colours to finish off the work. What might be too small for carving could end up just detailed by paint.
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