Pandanggo


This is my interpretation of a beautiful and graceful Philippine folk dancer. I am happy that I was able to find these tiny candles that suit the 27 inches high sculpture. The dancers usually balance candles while dancing. This piece has offered a new challenge as well. I sculpted a dress that had to have folds and wrinkles. It wasn’t easy at all to give them life and a natural feel, but in the end I was quite satisfied with the results.

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2 thoughts on “Pandanggo

  1. gretal feeson September 3, 2015 / 14:05

    Nice, stumbled across your blog while browsing, really cool

    Like

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