Monday, February 28, 2005

I thought it best to take a couple of hours to get to know the piece again, before I go changing things. So I let it run and took some photos. I liked them and thought you would too. Tomorrow I'll begin in earnest, knowing already that what I change tomorrow will be different, somewhat, from what I would have changed tonight. We'll see what happens. 


Anonymous said...

I love the way the characters interact with one another. Where did you learn how to do the mechanical bits?


Anonymous said...


Very cool--this sculpture is becoming more facinating as we see more of it. Any chance we could see a movie of it in motion?


Craig Steffen
[surfed in from]

Gloria said...

The Neil sculpture is beautiful. You must love doing your art very much.

Issy said...

Hi I also surfed in from Neil's blog.

I love your sculpture. I wish I could see it in motion. Have you made any other sculptures like it and how much do you charge for a piece like that. I am sure I couldn't afford one. I am just curious. Do you ever barter?

Miss Bliss said...

Wonderful to see part of this up close. I'd love to see it in motion as well.

Lovely thoughts on how the creative process is always alive, specific to the moment that you are living in and what you bring to the table each and every day.

Looking forward to see this piece in process.