|Here's lookin' at YOU!|
These are Clay Shapers! They are my favorite tools ever! They have different colors for different hardness of plastic/rubber. Black is extra firm, grey is firm and white is soft. For this I use mainly the white and grey tips in the smallest size (0). I also use mainly the angle and taper point tips. The angled tip lets me work in fine lines and details. The taper point lets me round the orb and work things that don't need a hard line. I LOVE LOVE LOVE these things! They are well worth the investment and with care they can last a long time.
|"I'm not a frog I swear!"|
See how in the above picture you can see the roughness of the Magic Sculpt where is has caught my tool? This happens and you just smooth it out as demonstrated below.
|You can really see the "Salt Cellar" on this horse. Check it out right above and behind the eye. He also has a bit of a sunken in eye. It shows you how unique each horses face is.|
|Much less of a "Salt Cellar" but you can see a little of it. It is correlated with age as well so the older the horse the more it seems to show up. But you can see the definition of the bone behind the eye. What a handsome horse!|
|There definitely needs to be more above the eye, but that can be added later when this has dried.|
|This photo isn't mine. I am using it for reference and visual aid only.|