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The Pine Siskins, like this one, really seem to like this birdbath with the dripper. I can look out the window and see two or three at a time, but they never stick around long enough for me to grab my camera.

However I did manage to get this one between sips. So hopefully that's a good start.

Tags:   DSCF4952a Pine Siskin finch birdbath taking a quick sip backyard fall

N 3 B 61 C 0 E Nov 29, 2020 F Nov 29, 2020
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Sculpt update on H.R. Giger's Space Jockey - 1:18 scale, ALIEN (1979).
Sculpt using Aves FIXIT Sculpt - a two-part epoxy. Find out more about this material at Aves Clay
In my last update, I spoke of how I needed to strip away a portion of my sculpt to make more room in the back of the Space Jockey for additional detail. I think my last video update showed the area I "dremeled" away.
For this update, I have successfully sculpted the portions that were previously removed, adding more detail than before and this time bringing the sculpt further out, making room for the new detail that has also begun to take residence in the back of the sculpture. Two tubes have been added as well as a build-out between the two where the next set up tubes will go. This offset is accurate to the production photos I have studied from the set.
Next step is to sculpt the backpack behind the head, neck and shoulders. An enormous amount of biomechanical detail in this area alone so it should be fun! Just waiting on my latest FIXIT order from Aves Studio which should be here sometime this week.
Sorry for the absence of updates over the past month. Life turned the volume up a bit and I had to step away from the workbench to turn it back down. Nothing serious, which I'm thankful for. Speaking of being thankful, I hope all my American friends had a great Thanksgiving!
Thanks for all the continued interest! Hoping you all are staying safe and healthy. More updates to come! ❤
#alien #spacejockey #alien79 #sculpture #art #aves #avesfixit #hrgiger #giger #biomechanical #customactionfigure #miniatures #diorama #sculpting

Tags:   sculpt sculpture alien aves fixit giger ridley scott production work progress space jockey miniature art stone clay styrene model diorama custom action figure dayton allen sithfire30 hobby

N 1 B 49 C 0 E Nov 29, 2020 F Nov 29, 2020
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Sculpt update on H.R. Giger's Space Jockey - 1:18 scale, ALIEN (1979).
Sculpt using Aves FIXIT Sculpt - a two-part epoxy. Find out more about this material at Aves Clay
In my last update, I spoke of how I needed to strip away a portion of my sculpt to make more room in the back of the Space Jockey for additional detail. I think my last video update showed the area I "dremeled" away.
For this update, I have successfully sculpted the portions that were previously removed, adding more detail than before and this time bringing the sculpt further out, making room for the new detail that has also begun to take residence in the back of the sculpture. Two tubes have been added as well as a build-out between the two where the next set up tubes will go. This offset is accurate to the production photos I have studied from the set.
Next step is to sculpt the backpack behind the head, neck and shoulders. An enormous amount of biomechanical detail in this area alone so it should be fun! Just waiting on my latest FIXIT order from Aves Studio which should be here sometime this week.
Sorry for the absence of updates over the past month. Life turned the volume up a bit and I had to step away from the workbench to turn it back down. Nothing serious, which I'm thankful for. Speaking of being thankful, I hope all my American friends had a great Thanksgiving!
Thanks for all the continued interest! Hoping you all are staying safe and healthy. More updates to come! ❤
#alien #spacejockey #alien79 #sculpture #art #aves #avesfixit #hrgiger #giger #biomechanical #customactionfigure #miniatures #diorama #sculpting

Tags:   sculpt sculpture alien aves fixit giger ridley scott production work progress space jockey miniature art stone clay styrene model diorama custom action figure dayton allen sithfire30 hobby

N 2 B 50 C 0 E Nov 29, 2020 F Nov 29, 2020
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Sculpt update on H.R. Giger's Space Jockey - 1:18 scale, ALIEN (1979).
Sculpt using Aves FIXIT Sculpt - a two-part epoxy. Find out more about this material at Aves Clay
In my last update, I spoke of how I needed to strip away a portion of my sculpt to make more room in the back of the Space Jockey for additional detail. I think my last video update showed the area I "dremeled" away.
For this update, I have successfully sculpted the portions that were previously removed, adding more detail than before and this time bringing the sculpt further out, making room for the new detail that has also begun to take residence in the back of the sculpture. Two tubes have been added as well as a build-out between the two where the next set up tubes will go. This offset is accurate to the production photos I have studied from the set.
Next step is to sculpt the backpack behind the head, neck and shoulders. An enormous amount of biomechanical detail in this area alone so it should be fun! Just waiting on my latest FIXIT order from Aves Studio which should be here sometime this week.
Sorry for the absence of updates over the past month. Life turned the volume up a bit and I had to step away from the workbench to turn it back down. Nothing serious, which I'm thankful for. Speaking of being thankful, I hope all my American friends had a great Thanksgiving!
Thanks for all the continued interest! Hoping you all are staying safe and healthy. More updates to come! ❤
#alien #spacejockey #alien79 #sculpture #art #aves #avesfixit #hrgiger #giger #biomechanical #customactionfigure #miniatures #diorama #sculpting

Tags:   sculpt sculpture alien aves fixit giger ridley scott production work progress space jockey miniature art stone clay styrene model diorama custom action figure dayton allen sithfire30 hobby

N 1 B 44 C 0 E Nov 29, 2020 F Nov 29, 2020
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Sculpt update on H.R. Giger's Space Jockey - 1:18 scale, ALIEN (1979).
Sculpt using Aves FIXIT Sculpt - a two-part epoxy. Find out more about this material at Aves Clay
In my last update, I spoke of how I needed to strip away a portion of my sculpt to make more room in the back of the Space Jockey for additional detail. I think my last video update showed the area I "dremeled" away.
For this update, I have successfully sculpted the portions that were previously removed, adding more detail than before and this time bringing the sculpt further out, making room for the new detail that has also begun to take residence in the back of the sculpture. Two tubes have been added as well as a build-out between the two where the next set up tubes will go. This offset is accurate to the production photos I have studied from the set.
Next step is to sculpt the backpack behind the head, neck and shoulders. An enormous amount of biomechanical detail in this area alone so it should be fun! Just waiting on my latest FIXIT order from Aves Studio which should be here sometime this week.
Sorry for the absence of updates over the past month. Life turned the volume up a bit and I had to step away from the workbench to turn it back down. Nothing serious, which I'm thankful for. Speaking of being thankful, I hope all my American friends had a great Thanksgiving!
Thanks for all the continued interest! Hoping you all are staying safe and healthy. More updates to come! ❤
#alien #spacejockey #alien79 #sculpture #art #aves #avesfixit #hrgiger #giger #biomechanical #customactionfigure #miniatures #diorama #sculpting

Tags:   sculpt sculpture alien aves fixit giger ridley scott production work progress space jockey miniature art stone clay styrene model diorama custom action figure dayton allen sithfire30 hobby


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