Let me introduce you to Speckledorf! She's my very first sculpture that was made with love in my sculpture class. She's made with styrofoam that were previously used in other students' artwork, making her a type of recycled art. I used a special type of knife to carve and cut off some scraps in order to shape my new fish species. Her fins on the side of her body are attached with some wood glue (I think, can't really remember) and screws. The rest of her body is in three parts: the head, torso, and tail. Those are attached with wood glue, screws, and a lot of toothpicks. Don't ask, but somehow, it works. Next, I took a bunch of toothpicks, cut off one pointy end, spray painted them pink, and stabbed them randomly around. After that, I used all the colourful rubber bands I found in my house and wound them around the toothpicks. Her antenna (or lure) is a long rod I found in the room and attached to the top is a plastic hanger I found in the room, too. Last but not least, I painted her purple and yellow. ^-^ My father took the photo and many thanks to him for doing it! Let's recap: styrofoam, knife, screws, wood glue, toothpicks, pink spray paint, colourful rubber bands, purple and yellow paint, father took photo, and editted on Photoshop. ^-^ Go to 02 - Speckledorf or 03 - Speckledorf for more angle views.