playing with my x-acto knife
I just did more internet searching and found a studio nearby offering classes for metalwork and stonework and clay and all kinds of sculpture classes like hot damn
then i find out their building was demolished to make room for a new baseball stadium
I think you should definitely work more with clay if you can at first, you have very expressive gestures. Stonework is very interesting, but I don’t either know many people who do it.
It’s a little bit of a surprise to hear I have expressive gestures since I’ve always felt my figures were too stiff, thank you, I’m flattered haha. I’m not taking a ceramics class anymore, but I’ll look into whether the instructor is willing to let outside students use the materials next time I’m in school. If not, ceramics workshops are pretty common here.
the-pleasures-of-reading said:you know, i get the vibe that you would be immensely good at sculpture, do you do any sculpting?
unfortunately i’ve never really tried, though i would leap at a chance to experiment with stonework, though i don’t know of anywhere local that i could study it. i did a little bit of ceramics in school last semester, though my knowledge of it is still very minimal UnU
art is making me sad