The first things listed are actual tutorials (you have to click download to see the entire pdf)
the others are just strings of WIP pictures that give a bit of insight into how to make something. Most of them are very old.
The ones in storage are just really old (as in, 2008 or before) collages of "in progress" photos, they're really bad and don't really offer any more instruction than the recent "baking tutorial" I put up My process is much more different and my sculptures are better than those photos I had, so I put them in storage The new tutorials I have up are much better
awwwwwwwww ^^ , yas i like the resent one ,very helpful thank you so much for making them but small question, why do you use different clay types together ? coz i don't think we have that many types here, we only have the one clay that comes in brown and white ,and you have to work with water to keep it moist , coz it dry in the air ^^ ,, so i only bake it when i'm done with everything , it's called [JOVI]
Each clay has different properties, I think I explain a bit in the baking tutorial, some are hard, some are soft, etc. I usually use whatever I happen to have in stock. I like using harder clay for the horse's faces to get more detail. I've heard of jovi but never used it, I buy all my clay online or when I visit the states