This is a customizable, 3D chessboard, just rearrange the blocks to create different terrain and do battle.
Here is a small, polymer clay dragon bust finished last year.
Inspired after seeing the marionettes of Prague, I returned home to finish this project a few weeks later, which had been in the works for five years prior. Originally going to be papier mache, he is now finished in polymer clay.
This Saturday, May 2nd, I will be leaving the confines of my basement studio/man cave, briefly venturing out into the sun on my way to TimeZone Gaming and Comics in Fords, NJ. It’s FREE COMIC BOOK DAY! I will be there along with a few other local artists, come on down and bring the kids!
Last year I got involved in a pretty cool robotics project. Luckily, I don’t need to know much about the robot part. A group of local Cub Scouts decided that they want to make a robotic, shoulder-mounted dragon puppet. Pretty ambitious. I volunteered to sculpt this model of the baby dragon.
This sculpture is comprised of polymer clay on a wire armature. It was designed so that the head, the wings, and the tail are removable. This should help in the molding process. I will be posting a more in-depth tutorial on the design and sculpting process very soon. Stay tuned.