Wednesday, March 17, 2010

More Folds and Dress

A quick post. Not much to say, I just worked on the folds on her other side. Now it will all be a matter of smoothing out the folds and giving them life. Enjoy the pics!




















4 comments:

Sarah Knight said...

wow, looks complex!
: ) great work

Rory-The Greentiques Solution Guy said...

I was wondering what kind of tool and grit you were using for sanding the folds? power tool of some kind? by hand? grinder? was just curious.
Rory
http://thegreentiquessolution.blogspot.com/

L. D. Burgus said...

I am really behind on my reading. I am going backwards here and that doesn't work so well.

The Great Ethan Allen said...

Rory, During the sanding process, I use what ever I can because it take so dang long! I start with a rough coarse grit ( 30-50) on a angle grinder, then a drum sander hooked to a drill ( so far its the best I've found for its task) Then sometimes I go down to dremels and WeCheer attachements ( smaller drum sanders.) Then ultimately...hand sanding with small strips for the tight cracks and curves in her face and folds. Usually, by that point, I only hand sand the essentials.

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