Author: David Lee Pancake

Sculpting Vulcan

Here are my most recent photos of Vulcan, The Dragon.  He is a one of a kind sculpt using Apoxy Clay, a 2 part resin mixture that self cures over night.  He is approximately 2 feet tall.  Hand painted with acrylic.  Approximately 85 hours of work.  Price to be determined.

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LunaCon 2016 – Guest of Honor’s Choice Award Plus 2 Others!

This one is a biggie for me!  My favorite author, Robert J. Sawyer was the Guest of Honor at Lunacon this March 18-20, and he picked my “Costeauian Evolution” for GOH choice award.  I am deeply honored.  If you would like to know why he is my favorite author just pick up one of his …

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WIP…Pickled Pixies

Sculpting at this scale with Apoxy Clay is a definite challenge.  These little guys will be available at future shows for a very reasonable price of just $15.00.  I may offer a paint your own version and also one without the chemical bubbles.  They will come on a leather pendant strap.  What do you think?  More monsters magically …

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Boskone 2016 – Judge’s Choice Award

Thanks Boskone Judges for this award.  And Thanks Boskone for your patronage!  This piece is entitled “Thorn“.

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WIP-Contemplating Life

Every year Origins Game Fair, held in Columbus, Ohio, gives artist the chance to contribute artwork to their program books.  This years theme is robots.  Now normally I would do a painting but this year I wanted to try a sculpt and then photoshop that sculpt into a scene.  So far I have the sculpture …

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Arisia 2016 – Popular Choice Award

Wow! Thanks Arisia for awarding Thorn and Splinter with the Popular Choice Award!  And super big thanks for your patronage.  

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Sindragosa – Private Commission

I received this commission while at Steel City Con back in December.  I began the sculpture with a piece of electrical conduit piping mounted to a piece of 3/4″ Plywood.  I roughed out the sculpt with aluminum foil and used Magic Sculpt, a 2 part epoxy resin clay, to skin the aluminum foil.  LED lights …

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WIP…Skeleton Dragon

Working on a commissioned piece, extra points if you know the game this dragon appears in.  I began by mounting a piece of bent conduit piping to a circle of 3/4″ plywood.  Then the general shape was roughed out in aluminum foil and Magic Scuplt, a 2 part epoxy resin clay, is used for the …

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