. . . of interest to sculptors . . .
Years back I set about creating a book on the stone carving arts. It was a noble, and I still think much needed, enterprise but I discovered early on that it was labor intensive and greedy beyond greedy for time. I ended up abandoning it in favour of carving stone as opposed to writing about carving stone. These years later, there is a veritable trove of snippets of technical information that I had prepared, languishing away among my computer files. I’ve collated the first few of them into a useful 'Tech Note' and I am just now at the end of 2022 publishing it in this new page in my website I’m calling 'Of interest to sculptors'. I plan to keep changing/adding to it occasionally as time allows. I suppose it could become a blog if I can figure out how to create a blog on the site. Working on it.
A 'semi' tech note: I draw the various sketches for my tech notes with Adobe Illustrator. It’s a useful thlng for artists of any stripe to learn as an adjunct to whatever you are creating. Downside—it’s a lot of harsh learning to get started although gets easier after you get going. Oh yes, it costs $$ too. Not my fault!
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