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Wire Fox Terrier

Limited Edition Bronze Sculptures
- work in progress -


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wirefox terrier sculpture in clay
(left): Wire Fox Terrier head shot. The head is about 90% complete
(center): the foam cut out I used as the filler
(Right): working on the fur texture, still trying different techniques to find the right feel and look.
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wirefox terrier sculpture in clay

Other angles of the sculpture. The right side of the wire fox terrier's fur has not been worked on yet, I am waiting for feedback from the client. Clay phase completion is scheduled for September of 2007.

Below the images are of the completed clay stage of the wire fox terrier
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wirefox terrier sculpture in clay
wirefox terrier sculpture in claywirefox terrier sculpture in clay
wirefox terrier sculpture in claywirefox terrier sculpture in clay

The client has approved the sculpture, now it is ready for the mold process. A blanket mold will be created for this sculpture. Click on this text to see a great tutorial on how to make a blanket mold. The process used is very similar to the process I used. The link shows how to create a one piece mold. The wirefox terrier mold was a bit more complicated; therefore it required a three piece mold; however, the general idea is the same.


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