Being quite unable to paint at this time. Me o`ll hands shake
However my figures need unique sets so i`m making the props needed one by one for a story set within my book The Jungle Photograph on my Blog. A great work meaning many a chapter of which i write two a month then update the plot.
i set myself upon a pathway this time not to place stuff on Kindle Books! i pay quite enough taxes to Caesar now as it is.
However i still intend always to share certain things here. This being one of them.
Collecting stuff as i do, The Griffin, he arrived in a job lot of fantasy stuff his wings having been broken off. Having no intention of repairing him i set to and made him into a pattern which i used to produce him chizeled out upon a rock face. The Griffin was patterned this way by moulding him in Oyumaru!
Everything prepared. i have covered the production method i use to make rubber on tutorials before so see no great need to follow through with that here within this topic. So if there is interest scoot along and investigate my other tutorials. Thank you.
The Box is filled.
The pattern removed. A perfect success and every thing i hoped for.
Cast up with Plaster of Paris a wonderful product still used by Master Masons.
The rubber mould produced a successful looking rock casting.
A touch more trimming under his belly and back legs and he will well look the intended part.
The intention is to mass produce him facing this way and also his other side facing the other way.
That pattern has also been made too. This will be part of a larger work involving lots of pattern making and castings. However that is well set for a fantasy sci fi future time.
Thank you guys for looking.