Sunday, May 31, 2009

necklace pipistrelle

Finally got the sphinx done and documented now I just need to make the rotational mold. We went to a drive-in located in Gibson City and saw "UP". We had arrived very early in Gibson City intending to explore the town. We talked to a person named Norm who ran and international grocery with three large dogs about his time flying burn victims to Airforce bases for medical help. We ended up not finding much so we went to Paxton. In Paxton we met a man running a novelty shop who had built a stone castle.  He rents out the castle for romantic getaways and requested that we mention it's availability especially during the week to the local SCA. He was also intrigued by the idea of vampire or changeling LARPers.
clean the studio enough to access my silicone
put the first coat on the sphinx
make clay
work on the figure with the Anubis mask.

The necklace pipistrelle (Arielulus torquatus) is a microbat found only in Taiwan. It was recognized as a separate species in 1998 by Csorba & Lee. They are found at an altitude of 1500 meters and mostly eat small insects.

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