The new neighbours next door have started their renovations already, and are knocking down interior walls. The people over the road, who have been have been renovating their house for some time now, are also knocking down walls and cutting up metal. We can’t move into our new place for another few days, as the landlord is laying tiles. Meanwhile, I’ve bought a Dremel-like tool and have been sanding off the bumps that were all over resin baby (because my mold was crap), and the casting lines. It’s going pretty well — nearly done, and after this I’ll just need to repair a few bubbles in the resin.
On the subject of sculpture, I got to see that terrific giant horse head, “Still Water” by Nic Fiddian-Green in London, and as a bonus, facing it across the road, a completely badass statue of Genghis Khan by Dashi Namdakov. It was an overcast day, but the sky cleared just long enough for some photos.