Powerwomen sculptures

There is excitement in the studio as I try something I have never done before...using paverpol to create a weather proof sculpture so my gals can go into the garden. I saw a youtube video and decided I just had to try it.  John is a big help with making of the armatures....retired orthodontists just love to bend wire..
Dick Blick carires all the products so after waiting a week we are ready to boogie.  Tomorrow I will put the first layer of fabric with paverpol over this foil and tape version.  It will dry and then I put a layer of plaverplast..then more fabric.  I can make outfits just like I did with the collage...these will be bronze looking..
Check back in to see how they turn out.
Helping out at the high school and working with papier mache reminded me how much fun 3D work can be.


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