BOULEVARD Magazine No.4 December 2013 - Page 63

blending of the various skin tones are almost entirely created by mixing the clays. There is almost no paint on a Fleshlette. “Creature sculpture is my first love. I love the challenge of trying to create a believable yet fantastic character. Today any concept paintings or drawings that I do are in the service of designing my next sculpture.” Can you tell me more about the other sculptures you made and maybe something about your concept paintings? I love figurative sculpture and so I spend a large portion of my free time sculpting faces, hands and mouths. Another love of mine is animal sculpture. It’s amazing how similar we are to all other mammals when you compare our skeletons and muscles under the skin. Creature sculpture is my first love. I love the challenge of trying to create a believable yet fantastic character. Today any concept paintings or drawings that I do are in the service of designing my next sculpture. Is there any exhibition happening right now where we can check out your work? If not are you planning to do some in the near future? Every year in Burbank California I exhibit my newest work at the “Monsterpalooza” convention. Currently I am looking for place to exhibit my work in a gallery. In the meantime you can always follow me on my “Payne Sculptures” website which can be reached either through www.fleshlette.com or www.jenaglog.blogspot.com. 63