Fuzzy Skeletonians and the circle of life


     Beware mortals!  What you see is the beginning of the first real 3-D Fuzzy Skeletonian to enter our plane of existence!  The scale I’m working on right now is more the bite-your-toes-off-and-laugh-while-you’re-screaming size of Fuzzy Skeletonian but I hope to bring these guys to full rip-your-arm-off-and-beat-you-with-a-bloody-stump scale in the future but that may be a while coming simply due to cost of materials.

     What I’m envisioning at present are highly detailed Fuzzy Skeletonian figurines fit for collecting.  Working in 3-D is also going to allow me to literally start building my Fuzzy Skeletonian Army!  World domination is only a matter of time now, bitches!!

     I must say, it feels good to be working with clay again.  Never thought I’d see the day.  Until I started messing around with this stuff I’d almost forgotten the ceramics classes I took in college.  I guess my dream of being a ceramic sculptor never really died, it just laid dormant for a while.  After all these years the sneaky little bastard gave me quite the pleasant surprise!  Fuckin’ life.  It has a way of circling around and giving you back what you thought you’d lost.

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5 thoughts on “Fuzzy Skeletonians and the circle of life

    • Thank you, and I know what you mean. For me, sculpting is much more natural and intuitive than drawing. I like to be able to actually hold what I’m creating in my hand, to feel the weight of it, the texture. Problem is with 3D objects thing get pretty ding-dang visceral pretty ding-dang quick and I get creeped out and downright scared. That’s why I had to take a step back from sculpting and regroup.

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