Monday, October 26, 2009

Losing weight is hard...especially if you're made of wood.

For the last couple of days I've been shaping the figure to look a little less "voluptuous" so to say. Cheryl said that her hips were rather un-proportioned to the rest of her. I agreed. but shaving off an inch or two hear and there in uniform is rather tedious and time consuming. Here are the pics, but I'm afraid even I can't tell the difference much. However, her legs are looking a little more shapely, and her torso/abs are taking more form. I'll probably have to work on her collar bone once again to get it in line with the rest of her chest and chin. So basically, I'm reducing all the rest of her. Hopefully some dramatic changed ( good ones) will be happen and I can show them in the next post. Right now, I dropped one of my main chisels on the concrete floor and I need to get it resharpened.


L. D. Burgus said...

Dig out your chainsaw and use a very light touch.

MackTheKnife said...

I have one word for you: adze.


The Great Ethan Allen said...

If only I had one! Lol. I did break out the chain saw for about 5 seconds. It made short work of it. It works so well in fact that it is difficult to keep it small. and easy to take off too much ! I agree that an adze would be nice to have though.


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