Rest in peace my dear friend! Heaven is a whole lot richer with you there,It was a honor to have met you and been able to see your amazing artwork! Thank you for making all our lives richer and fuller!
No she only stared in two movie and that was back in the early 60's, one was call "The Creeping Unknown"! and the other was "They Walk Among Us"! both were very low budget, so low they didn't ever sell popcorn!
Just tell her thank you for the llama, its a llama badge that a lot of DAers like to give to someone special for their beautiful art. You can only receive one llama from her no more, if you give her one you can never give her one again. llama badges are not.hing more then a token from another stating they like what you do! The longer you are on here you will see what they are about!
Hello John. My trouble with faces is my tendency to abstract. I find the regimen of symmetry rather boring. As well as difficult to achieve with the chisel and knife. I often find myself shaping masonry nails to get a certain curve. Tends to set me off on a tangent counter productive to balance. Keep up the awesome work.
I have found myself making many of my tools from scrap pieces I find laying around! Since I am not one to sharpen by own gouges with very good results, I will make more than one of the same so I always have one ready to go when needed! Remember, beauty is in the eye of the creator!
Hello John. I also find the recycling theme more and more important. Like Ben Franklin said... I also really enjoy creating something well so I can create. Finding stone of the proper coarseness to shape for the topside of gouges can be very challenging. As far as eyes I agree I agree. Started my adventures in carving in 2000 with stone. My daughters convinced me to do some wooden works . Now I'm enjoying both media. Similarity and differences are proving rather intriguing. Really enjoy your responses. Thanks