Continuing on with the Weta Workshop Stage project, this is our Stone Porch House and some progress shots of the making of.
This is such a fun project to work on and we are loving your feedback about how you are enjoying seeing the miniature Village growing!
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Drawing & Tinfoil
A seahorse is made in two halves that are joined together. It is much easier to sculpt these two halves separately because you can see both sides at the same time. Find some excellent seahorse reference material and have it on hand while working.
Sculpting with Pal Tiya Premium
Painting your Seahorse Garden Post
Heather is one of our Certified Pal Tiya Premium Teachers in the UK and her next full day Pal Tiya Premium class is in Edinburgh in June 2018.
Heather filmed this in her studio for us and we wanted to share it with you!!
Part 1 is a timelapse video all about the foil armature sculpting of Heather's elephant. Its not a tutorial, its more of a sculpting demo.
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If you don't know about our recent Private Commission we are making on the Weta Workshop Stage at the moment then we'll wait whilst you have a look here first and then here...
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We hope you enjoy this one and let us know in the comments below if you would love to try this one for yourself...
Our Creative Director and a team (Sculptor Jade Valour in video below) at Weta Workshop in New Zealand have been on stage making these beautiful Village houses with Pal Tiya Premium.
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Concept designs are by Johnny Frazer Allen. The drawings and then the original small sculptures of the guinea pig fantasy figures were done for a private client in New Zealand. The client was so pleased, that the commission expanded to include houses for both the sculpted guinea pigs and the clients real ones to live in. About half the houses roofs come off for access to clean and add lIghting.
All work being carried out by Pal Tiya International Creative Director Kim Beaton and Weta Model- maker Zac Johnson.
All houses are being sculpted using tinfoil armatures and Pal Tiya Premium!
We hope you enjoy seeing the making of these.
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Pictures of the back of the tinfoil house Kim Beaton is making at Weta.
These are the half Timbers and the roof scales. They are being made separately so they can be all glued on tomorrow.
The small roof has been made from the pieces of roofing tiles that were constructed. They’ve been glued together on top of a cardboard and foil base
Kim has now put a 3mm coating over the entire lower half of the house. This will cure and she’ll begin adding details the next day.
This side room is being built in expectation of the thatch roof being put on top.
The young man’s name is Zac Johnson and he was enjoying working on these with Kim on the Weta stage! He kept working whilst Kim was off for a few days...
Close to finishing the first house! Looking beautiful...
Our Creative DIrector Kim Beaton demonstrating the size and strength of cured Pal Tiya Premium by standing on the finished house!
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Creators of Pal Tiya Premium: Add water. Knead like dough. Sculpt. Place in your garden. Cures permanently stone hard. No firing. No Molds. No Kidding.