Sometimes I draw on my sculpts while they're in process. It helps to see how they're shaping up. The sculpt on the left is coming along okay....

But the guy on the right at top
has developed some major ego issues.

He'll have to go to the operating room
to get some cranial matter taken off...
or become a pumpkin for next Halloween.
While I've been making these I have been
documenting the stages with excrutiating detail
for a tutorial in the upcoming Izannah Walker Workshop.

It's good to have a sculpt that is at a bad place,
so I can figure out how to save it and document that, too.
One thing I learned is I need to use a smaller head
if I want to add paperclay all over the head.
Luckily in the development of the pattern
I have a number of smaller heads
that will work for adding clay all over.

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