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Built in London during a rare bout of heavy snow, this snow sculpture was a one-man effort that took roughly six hours to complete. It was built entirely ...
Warning! Snow is cold. Places with lots of snow are often cold. By standing in a place with lots of snow and playing with snow, you may also ...
Consider: How much time you have How much snow you have How many people you have to help you Sketch some ideas or even rough them out with ...
A handy two-person sledge can be improvised from wooden beams, a recycling box and old rope.
To quickly accumulate an impressive and sculptable pile of snow, you'll need to roll some big snowballs. Start by kneeling in the snow (this is where the waterproof ...
It's easiest to think about most sculptures as a series of snowballs of different sizes glued together. The snow hand started as three medium-sized snowballs packed next to ...
As well as adding more finger stumps (a.k.a. proximal phalanges), I narrowed the wrist and added more definition to the base of the palm (thenar and hypothenar eminences). ...
I extended the fingers phalanx by phalanx, rolling cylinders of snow and adding them on one at a time. If you're going to build the middle finger of ...
The thumb underwent a lot of resculpting until I was happy with its shape. One perk of using snow as a sculpture medium is that you can add ...
Once I was happy with how the sculpture looked, I covered up the worst of the muddy patches with fresh snow. The second image below shows how steeply ...
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