Really good example of how much extra clay goes on:
On the left is the horn with the added clay on the right has it shaved back again.
Due to the angle of these photos there is more uneveness than there really is! However I have reshaped the horns from being cones into more sabre edged.
The photos also show some matting work to make it easier to see real shadows. This is basically using two layers of tulle to sweep over the surface. If the clay is too soft (as it was) this friction will lift up any top layers. So have left this for further work later.
I know exactly what silicon brush I need to cut and how to cut it.
But I have a few more videos of the other aspects of sulpting to go- however here is one of me in the way but putting clay on the armature.
The amount of clay in the pot made the base shape of the horns and then I added about that much more and removed it for the current amount 😉
Next series of videos will show how to clean used clay easily. The videos weren’t easy but I should be able to put them together.