Well, they're still holding me prisoner in the nursing home rehab. Just as I went to higher authorities, my doctor asked me if I was ready to go home. Just the past three or four months is all. They can slow me down, but they can't stop me all together. I've included a couple of photos of one of the eight different poses of a 7 x 18 size that I have done of late. I've had to work in less than desireable conditions. I have seven work stands, but have done all the work with the sculpture in my lap. I use hard mediums, so it doesn't smash out all over the place. To take the photos, I set the sculpture on end, snapped the shot, and then used the computer to turn the sculpture. It's probably off a few degrees. For the head shot, it was just laid on the blanket that was on the floor. Now I did some bigger bucks before sculpting the 7's, so go easy on me. I had also done a line of does before that. I'm at the point of being half way confused over what I have done. I don't have my sculpts stored here, so it makes it harder for me to keep up with what I have done. I know I'm going to have to get some molds made so I can have this stuff put into production. If and when that point should be reached that the forms are self supporting, then I would farm out some, or all, of the mold making. If I can get in the groove with mold making in the near future, we should be able to raise enough funds for the scholarship fund that would finance someone else. That'll be good!