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I had wanted to make a Zebratavi toy, and I was trying to figure out what medium would be the best to make it with. I called a sculptor friend and she thought that a polymer clay would be best. She then mentioned she was going to be teaching a bronze lost wax casting class, like the one I took when I was an "emerging artist" at the Peninsula Art School and got to take a free class. (I have a little video of that on the Religitrons page)

And I had a bunch of the wax left from, 8 years ago?! (Just realized it's been that long) And, I decided that I couldn't wait until I had a chance to find the right clay and get it, so I could use the wax and maybe get a chance to cast it at my colleagues class. I was able to start hacking away at the wax. (as illustrated by these images)