Tuesday, August 17, 2010

Caliburn

In Geoffrey of Monmouth., Arthur wields Caliburn when he defeats the Saxons at Bath, in single combat with Roman governor Frollo outside Paris, and in his battle with the Roman army commanded by Lucius. The sight of Caliburn spurred the troops onward and the enemy's armor gave them no protection from its power.

The Sword In The Stone


3½ inch tall sculpture representing my favorite story from the Medieval time period.
Built on a strong armature, the blade is made of Apoxy Sculpt. The hilt and stone are polymer clay. There are crystal Swarovski rhinestones in the hilt.

2 comments:

  1. OMG Star! I love it! Actually, the first thing that caught my eye was the name Caliburn (similar to Calcifer, my fire demon kitten), and Lucius was a cat I had as a teen- LOL! This is a really cool piece!
    -Michelle of CreativeCritters

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