December 18, 2011
(working In the living room).
Still in leather state, after waiting
4 days in a plastic bag.
One wing attached.
I cut a hole in the body, where I'll attach the
other wing. This way the clay won't be too thick
in those parts.
Here's a short video where I place his eyes on.
He's ready to dry -slowly in an open plastic bag,
so he doesn't crack.
Ready to dry, so I can give him a fine sanding
to smooth out the unwanted bumps. Then I can
fire him in my electric kiln.