Archive for the ‘Commissions’ Category

Scally is finished.

Monday, August 18th, 2014

Well here are the last photos of my carving of a portrait of Scally. [nggallery id=295] His owners came in on Saturday morning with Scally trotting along side them and they loved my carving which was a relief! This commission took approximately 7 weeks from the clay model through to the finished carving ...

Scally update!

Tuesday, August 5th, 2014

Here are the latest photos of a commission to carve a Bichon Frise in Portland limestone. [nggallery id=292] As you may recollect, I started with a clay model which I made from photographs and Scally the dog, once the model was approved I cast it in plaster and have been working from ...

More photos of Scally

Friday, August 1st, 2014

Well this is a very tricky process and due to the interest this carving is generating it is taking a lot longer to carve; [nggallery id=291] Obviously I am progressing more each day and hope to finish him in about 10 days!  

Latest photos of Scally, a portrait of a dog.

Wednesday, July 9th, 2014

Well the last photos I posted of Scally were before I moved into my new space, so I have been pretty busy getting resettled and keeping on top of my commissions! 7wks after packing up my old workshop and moving into a larger space I am finally in a position to ...

Scally, a portrait of a dog

Sunday, May 4th, 2014

I have been commissioned to carve this beautiful Bichon Frise in Portland limestone. If you have seen my previous portrait commissions you will know that the starting point is meeting the dog, taking some photos and then making a clay model. [nggallery id=284] Scally is a small fluffy dog so obviously the fur ...