Moving to my phase 2 method of Elemental-Beasts only this time is working onto nocturnal animals that were appeared in night-time, as if my counterpart of Blazing Solgaleo is a replica of Lunala wanted to name my masterpiece batnala merging with bat DNA. Alongside my nocturnal theme are selecting small animals as prototypes via raven and snowy-owl and wolf versions to begin crafting their unique appearances in my own way of evolution experiments.
Viewing on Term 2 blueprints of how I was drawing my nocturnal-animals in a careful means of shaping various resources in mix-media, just like last term using assembled wood/plastic-foam into skeletal figures, wrapped in molded plaster followed with surgical carving to drill in loop hooks only to adjust my models weight with blacken rope/loop wires, then using doodle-painting as my methods of shaping netsuke-evolution and manipulate bizarre but realistic appearances using taxidermy materials of fur/feathers.
- Taken DNA samples of selective Pokemon to experiment their evolutions to my plaster animals
- Worked on their inner structures like an surgeon doctor only to use this as my carving method
- Also to keep my resources intact I’d decorated my sketchbook with materials I used to build my models/forest props from installation methods
- Using workshops via AV loans to craft six skeletal wooden figures
- Absorbing my blueprints to manipulate their three-dimensional state
- Sorting out my forest props to make a native-american theme were spiritual-beings roam these woodlands as if doing a dueling habitat or doing a storytelling
Operating in workshops has enabled my motivations to assemble multiple wood, trimmed, saw and wood glue them all together also including shaping metal-wiring giving each one perspective appearances to go with all kinds of DNA combinations via wrapping chicken-wire, molding in plaster, painting in doodle scheme, manipulate fur/feather materials within taxidermy development and I’d put all of my talents/strength into building my hybrid-beasts together even though it can be tough but I managed to keep pushing on forward not letting fear or muscle-strain to hold me back.
- Used surgical methods to carve into the deeper layer of my model structures to find and drill in hoop hooks to figure skeletons
- Redo in plaster-arts to tighten the hooks in effectively
- Sorting out taxidermy materials of giving them perspective way of showing their graceful way of roaming in my studio-space
Tidying up my models new look requires my use of hairbrush to brush off any trimmed fur, to get a better reflection of their textures like expressing my magical influences of put on a theater referred to be a storytelling and to focus on my primary motive in mix-media sculpture.