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Previous Full-sized goat, clay over foam armature. The horns and ears are microcrystalline wax; hard and self-supporting. The eyes are hardened Sculpey; they hold their shape when working on the eye detail. The coat is clay over plaster-impregnated fabric; texture by a wheel-in-a-handle that I made, similar to a ravioli cutter. (Now I’m giving all my secrets away.) The original was cast in seven sections, welded together and finished. Next
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