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  01 January 2009
Thanks! Bhaskar
One for the sunday :

dry pastels on paper
 
  02 February 2009
incredible stuff richa. you've got a great blog too
 
  02 February 2009
Hey Richa! Wassup? Updates, please!
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  02 February 2009
hey richa nice stuff going on..
aur sunao ki haal chal hai madam ??
hope u remember me..
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  02 February 2009
Anand Finally last sunday I found out Pottery town with Jesu and got clay..started relief work yest.


thanks, vikram

Samar I admire your zbrush skills.. stop kidding me
 
  02 February 2009
Hey Richa!! Good start on the relief!.. I used that clay once ... really good for terracotta, so you might wanna think of finding a place to bake your sculptures. It dries up real fast if I remember right, so you have to take good care of your piece while you are working on it! Enjoy!
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  03 March 2009
Hi there Richa

Look forward to updates on your claysculpting - you've made a nice start
& like Anand said - as long as you don't let it dry out (wrap it but don't overwet)
you'll have a ball
If you find any cracks - vinegar will go a long way as it wets the clay and allows it
to remould to itself. Depending on the result you're looking for (smooth or textured),
I find your own fingers are the best tools for all sorts of texture and 'life'.

Your faces & heads are coming along as well! great to see

Hope you've been well

cheers
a.
 
  03 March 2009
Hey Frejasphere! Thanks a lot for those imp notes on clay!
I have asked a favor from a friend to get me an armature of my desired concept..the vinegar will surely be a good help for that sculpt!
for this weekend..back on digi paint..WIP:
 
  03 March 2009
Hi Richa! Whoa! Nice painting. I really loved the way you ve blended the Grey tones and formed up some flesh into this lady! But few parts I feel you would ve finalised drawing before u had started painting. Like the upper arm which is looking short and deformed. May be you ve tried foreshortening here, but not exceuted properly. Also the foot and face needs more development.
Keep it up and waiting for changes!
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  05 May 2009
Saturday night..

Zbrushing on saturday night without ref..started with poly sphere Tool..
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