So Frankenstein eventually came to life and had the lights on him, with all the pieces in place for the composition which reflects Michelangelo’s creation; with a few little extras such as the Professor’s tools of pain on the table.
But then before I knew it I was whisked off to the other side of the tent where I had to finish a submarine left by Martijn Rijerse. He had been a little bit inconsiderate and opted to have a baby before finishing his sculpture, how unprofessional! However, I have now forgiven him as I saw baby Casper a couple of days ago and he is indeed a diamond.
After finishing the submarine I helped Uldis Zarins from Latvia finnish his Octopus which is wrapping itself around my/Martijn’s submarine. All in all a great event.
I’m not back in rainy Yorkshire planning for this winters ice sculpture trail in Halifax on the 20th December.
Cheerio for now