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Experiments in different medias.

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Introduction

Experiments in different medias. The horse in paper I found this very hard media to use as is was very hard to add detail of contrast to the sculpture. I found it quite good for adding texture to the sculpture as I could rip the paper to give a rough effect of I could scrunch the paper to obtain the same effect. ...read more.

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The horse in wire This was a great media to use for the model I was making because it is easy to sculpt into shape it produces an effect where the sculpture is transparent but strong. And the wire is fairly light so it is straightforward to support. The horse in clay I found this media the most useful to use as when using it I was able to obtain a great amount of detail and distinction. ...read more.

Conclusion

The experiment with mode rock With this media I decided not to make a horse but to cover a bottle with it, as it was the first time in using mode rock. I found modrock very similar to clay as is must be kept wet and I could obtain detail from adding more mode rock and concentrating it in one area so it would be able to have different levels. Mode rock when dry left many little bits on the surface, which was not good if I was trying to create a smooth texture. ...read more.

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