Traditionally Sculpting

I’ve been working with a local sculptor this summer. Right now he is starting to sculpt a Labrador so I decided I’d try sculpting a Pug. Here are some pictures of the arms and leg armature and the head of the Pug being sculpted.

Update:
I’ve been working on my pug sculpture some more. I’ve named him Otis after my old landlord’s dog. I ran out of the darker harder green clay so I started to use a softer green clay that I had extra of. Thats the reason why there is a slight color difference between the head and the body.

Update: I added the legs and the arms and made some adjustments to the model. I’m pretty happy with how it turned out. I learned a bunch from Forest Hart on sculpting and now it’s time for me to move on to my next piece.



2 responses to “Traditionally Sculpting”

  1. Rachel says:

    This is incredible work! Very inspiring, and the details are gorgeous! I’m in love with this pug.

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