Sunday, November 28, 2010

Detailing a cub, Thanksgiving and Freezing Fog

I am finishing the cub on the belly first. I use a pointed bit to work around the edge of the eye.
I have used a flat end bit to accentuate the fur on the cub's cheeks while making the hair on the muzzle more flat.
Another view of the "Belly cub".
A side view of the cub on its mother's belly.
To define the pads of the foot, I use an air tool called a Roloc with a 120 grit sanding disk.
Thanksgiving was at my twin Sister's in-laws. Her husband, Steve, cooked the turkey.
This morning, there was a freezing fog....
which left lots of ice crystals to be found in the shadows.

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