In this tutorial we are going to explore the traditional Swedish Kurbits pattern and apply it to a small, fat and cute horse. I will guide you through the whole project of sculpting the horse and I will also show you my own technique for creating the kurbits pattern and how to transfer it to the horse. If you do not want to create a horse you can of course use only the kurbits part of the tutorial and apply the result to any other surface.
EvaMarie Törnström comes from an old family of artists. Her ancestor Johan Törnström http://www.marinmuseum.se/en/Exhibitions/The-Figurehead-Hall/ was one of Sweden’s most well-known figurehead sculptors in the 18th century. EvaMarie always thought she was a painter, until her artistic life totally changed as she one day in March 2011 met polymer clay in an art shop at Denver airport and understood that you can ”paint” in three dimensions.
Horses have a very long tradition in art because they have for thousands of years been very important for the whole mankind. In her polymer clay art EvaMarie uses the shape of horses to come closer to people’s hearts, to tell stories and to raise issues.
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