Out of all of the project that I've created I feel that the hardest of them all was the Animal head because I had the most trouble making the shape of the head because I decided to make the hardest possible animal ever. That was a joke I just made a dog. However, the dog that I decided to make is a husky. Despite the fact that they are fluffy the also have a very defined head shape so I had to be extremely particular in how I created the base before I added all of the details. I choose to make a husky because I believe that their piercing blue eyes and white fur are just mythical and beautiful. I didn't stop to realize that because of their incredible detail it would take a lot of precise movement and attention. It took a while but in the end I think it turned out very well.
I wish that I had worked more with basically any medium other than clay. I intended to experiment and play with different materials and objects, but I unfortunately didn't have enough time to explore as much as I wanted to. I feel like the larger the variety of materials used in a piece makes it more interesting. I wish I could have experimented more with watercolors and layering different types of paints.
I think that it would be fun to make a relief piece with styrofoam and acetone. The chemical reaction from the acetone will melt down the styrofoam and create dimension. I do it for fun anyways so I feel like I have enough experience to control the strokes to create details. However, it's a very unforgiving technique to work with but it is a cool chemistry/art mashup project that could help people improve the coordination needed to create small details.