valleylynn said:I have been looking at the links. So interesting to see what others are doing.
It is very interesting! There is an artist close to me and I'm thinking I might ask her to give me a quote on an Easter Island head mold. I am not able to sculpt so I may even ask her to do an original and mold if I can't figure out how to do it with a sand mold on top of a flat surface. (The guy in the UK says he made one and then made a mold to duplicate.) As I look at the Easter Island heads, they are very angular and not "real life" so I MIGHT be able to make this happen but I'm not holding my breath!
My intent now is to make some small planters to get used to working with hypertufa and then branch out (once the weather is more cooperative) to troughs and finally to what are called "pot heads" out in the skilled hypertufa world.
Still waiting for @goldfinch4
to weigh in on a formula for cold weather troughs.....