In this lesson I carve the leaf surfaces.
Here is an example of 'stylisation', where the very method of creating the piece dictates what it looks like. I find a simple way of achieving a bold pattern that gives a good sense of the bramble leaves from a distance, which is from where this carving will mainly be seen.
| 26 March 2013 13:23
David - I've checked and, as far as I can tell, all is working perfectly. Anyone else? I suggest you reload/refresh/empty cache etc on your computer and try again - that often helps buffering.
| 21 January 2012 14:10
THIS JUST IN!!! as it relates to the conclusion of my previous comment, apparently my partner is no longer wondering - but more like "understands" - What do you think that means?
| 20 January 2012 09:07
I've replaced this video with a new version, and it appears to work without a hitch! If you've had problems with it playing before, please reload/refresh/empty cache etc on your computer before viewing. I don't know what the problem was and do apologise. (Almost always, once the video has been up a while without comments about playing, any hesitancy in streaming is a bandwith problem that we can't do anything about.)
| 19 January 2012 18:08
I forgot about #9 - still not working... funny how the "bosting/refining stage" shows up in so many other parts of our lives. I feel certain that we are all as patient as Chris and Carrie are frustrated - keep the humor - deep breath - blame it on the gremlins! In the meantime - terrific project and even better workshop you two - I cannot get enough of this, in fact my partner is starting to wonder about me...