Pug Proportions

I’ve never sculpted the whole pug before, just the heads and faces. This is a work in progress. I’ve only roughed in where things go as I work on getting the proportions right. Proportions come first, then details. Why spend a lot of time on the paw’s pads and claws if it turns out the paw is too small to start with and needs to be sculpted bigger, right? So I ask all of you, how are my proportions so far?

Concrete Fleegle

Fleegle gets his own mold. This is a sculpture of Fleegle I’ve been working on. It is a work in progress but it’s getting there. While looking at the photos I realized the tip of his nose is too square but I think I finally got the ears right. When I finish, I’ll make a rubber mold of him and cast it in concrete for the backyard. Fleegle will like that. He’ll probably lift his leg on it.

New Molds 2.0

The ears on the sculptures I made my most recent molds from turned out to be too fragile when casting. I kept snapping off ears when removing them from the mold. Very frustrating. So I re-sculpted the ears and have just poured new molds on two, and I’m waiting on delivery for more Oomoo 30 on Sunday to pour the third.