After several weeks working on a couple of other projects, namely, carving a rather large slab (just over a meter tall) of stone (commissioned as a Birthday gift) and creating a handful of pictures for a recent exhibition - a group exhibition, including works by myself, my sister, mother, and also my father, Peter Brown, who passed away in 2005... I have picked up my Zahle Wax Carver no.5 and sat down to sculpt some more clay.
These pieces are heading off to a fine man in Canada.
To accompany his copy of the Mice and Mystics board game, this selection of sculpts will be being added to an already established collection.
It's certainly a satisfying task, making a fellow gamer's enjoyment of games even more enjoyable through your artwork.
Currently in transit; fingers crossed the bundle arrives in time for Christmas :)
In case any one is interested, here are a few snaps of the stone slab that buffed, scuffed and calloused my hands over a few weeks - the first stone carving I have attempted - I must say I quite enjoyed doing it, and may well try my hand at it again some time...
The Green Man.
The Rose of Yorkshire.
The stars are right.
Field of grass.
A shaggy Scottie.
Here also are are snaps of some of the pieces that were in the exhibition, including my RC:AotCI pieces...