A fur in sculpture is a difficult topic that requires an artist's individual approach and idea. Of course, it can be treated in different ways, more sketchy or precisely. In each of these cases, it should contribute something more to the sculpture than just decorativeness. It can be an interesting interpretation on the subject, enriching the sculpture with additional values. It is important that such decisions are made consciously and for the benefit of the sculpture. Of course, not only knowledge and experience, but also intuition, not to mention talent, have a huge impact on the accuracy of these decisions. For me personally, it does not matter whether I treat the hair more conventionally or precisely, it is important that it emphasizes the character of the sculpture and creates a coherent whole with it.
Whenever I start to carve a bust, a head or a figure firstly comes consideration: am I going to make a sculpture that is more sketchy or am I doing to do one with a large detail? Secondly I choose the right material for work. If I want to get a sculpture with an expressive sketchy character then I take NSP Chavant or ordinary plasticine. But when I want to do a very precise work, I use Super Sculpy or Monster Clay. Of course, during creative work, not everything can be predicted and you have to be open to what happens during creation.