Now that we're settled in Columbia I've been able to pick up my hobby again with some regularity. I built the rabbit that I'd been saving up parts for, and I'm now working on a large Tyrannosaurus rex. I've missed creating for the sake of creating, and I feel fortunate to be able to do it again.
When I first got into the hobby, I created a website to go along with it. I put a lot of work into that site (building a lot of it "by hand" rather than using templates), but I've found that I've rarely visited it in the last few years even though I continue to pay for it. So I'm going to migrate some of that content here as blog posts that I can refer to more easily when I want to see photos of what I've done. If you're only here for the archaeology (or the pseudo-archaeology), just hold your nose or close your eyes or do whatever you need to do to ignore the sculpture posts.
Update (12/26/2016): I'm no longer updating the list of sculpture-related posts on this page. See this page for a maintained list.
Here's a list:
- Triceratops (Eileen)
- Brachiosaurus (Betty)
- Triceratops head (9/5/2016)
- Almost done (10/22/2016)
- Various media
- "Columbia Man Turns Trash into Art" (Mary Sturgill, WLTX, 7/12/2016)
- "Welding Past and Present" (Chris Horn, USC Today, 7/12/2016)
- Blog post about sculpture story on WLTX 19 (7/13/2016)
- "Man Builds Incredible Triceratops Lawn Art out of Daughter’s First Bicycle" (Eliza Murphy, Good Morning America, 7/18/2016)
- "Profile on Andy White – Anthropologist, Archaeologist, and Artist" (Mary Catherine Ballou, Jasper Magazine, 7/24/2016)