I suddenly remembered I hadn’t painted the undersides of the trees, so I took a moment to do that.
I also went over the trees, filling in the worst of the gaps in the texture with paperclay. I also filled in around the bottom so it looks properly attached to the ground, and the place where [...]
I am fascinated by the idea of sculptural illustrations, whether for childrens’ books or more general graphic arts functions. I’ve done a couple of bas-relief-type pieces myself, and I’ve already featured Meredith Dittmar, whose funky work almost defies genre. Today, though, I’ve got an artist to show you whose reliefs are much more doll-like, [...]
As a former English major, I admire a ten-dollar word like the one above, which was invented by Meredith Dittmar to describe her imaginative figurative sculptures. I’ve admired her work ever since I first came across her on PolymerClayDaily, but her latest offerings take things to the next level.