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Saturday
Mar112017

New city, new friends and new skills

It's almost been 2 years guys.  I can assume that anyone that doesn't know me has ong forgotten me... It's OK. I'm back with new adventures.  I moved to Vancouver last April and I haven't looked back.  This is where I belong.  Really.  As much as I don't believe in fatalistic generalisms as such;  this is the closest to feeling that I belong somewhere.  There is a lot more personal stuff there that I tend to want to skip over.  I have a more anonymous outlet for tat stuff.  For you, I have a progress update instead.  

 

My crafting has taken a new route.  I still love making things, but I decided to grow and become a zillion times better by actually learning to sculpt properly.  Decided to go after the dreams I had thought were too lofty.  I am well on my way.  I might be broke, I might be over-worked and I might be living the student life I thought I had grown out of 15 years ago, but you know what?  I don't think I have ever been more proud of myself. Comfort zones are for the boring,  I like lving on the ouytskirts of my comfort zone;  it makes me feel alive.

I'll just leave these WIP images right here...  

Haven't I gotten to a whole new level?  Haven't I?  I know there is a lot more learning and doing involved; in fact the growth never ends in this artistic/business endeavour, but still, I gotta acknowledge how far I've come.

First up is my first large sculpt and the resulting foam latex prosthetic:

 

 

 

 

 

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