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Old 07-08-2013, 05:24 PM
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pylgrym pylgrym is offline
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Talking Microcrystalline Greetings ... again!!

Sculpting is a hobby, but I hope to learn much here.
I was out of pocket for several years while relocating, remarrying and retiring ... so now should have more ime to sculpt!
Started with blocks, of course, in my crib, I am told. Tried to ELMER's glue blocks into a robot in 1956. Adapted the head of IDEAL's plastic "Robert the Robot" onto the torso. REMEMBER it well!
First THEFT of sculpture was of a Marx Toys mass-culture army man, found here:
LOVED and COVETED the kneeling rifleman!
WHOA: had my first encounter with a TEACHER in about 1959, when she BENT a perfectly fine eight inch INSECT I had done for firing!
My latest classes were in 2005 with the fantastic IRON MAN Allen Peterson
at SCAD ATLANTA, before it was SCAD, if you remember ACA
Ye Must Be Born Againundefinedundefinedundefined
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Old 07-08-2013, 06:35 PM
raspero raspero is offline
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Re: Microcrystalline Greetings ... again!!

Show us some of your work.

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Old 07-15-2013, 01:09 AM
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Re: Microcrystalline Greetings ... again!!

Yes please!
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