burn it down

     Here’s another of several scans I made with the oven-bake clay and my beard hair.  Went with a more fiery look this time instead of bloody.  They look like they’re watching it burn down.

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     I am a California-born artist currently stuck in the midwest, United States.  All images appearing within this blog (unless otherwise noted) are reduced quality, often digitally enhanced, scans or photos of the original artworks and are protected under my copyright.  Copyright does not extend to follower icons and any banners advertising other blogs or websites, of course.  Furthermore, the term "Fuzzy Skeletonian" and all creations tagged or titled as such are also protected under my copyright.

4 thoughts on “burn it down

  1. Very cool and very interesting, as I have a hard time determining exactly what medium I’m looking at. I think I’m a bit out of the loop on this clay work. Tell me more. What all is entailed here? Other than the beard hairs, I understood that part :)

    Happy New Year!

    • The above image was digitally manipulated post-scan so it’s a little hard to accurately see what the original source material is but it was oven-bake clay. Just click on the “clay” tag under the post to see all of my postings. The “dem bones” post explains things nicely.

      Happy New Year to you too!!

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