Little Dancer Aged Fourteen is a mixed media sculpture made of yellow wax, hair, ribbon, linen bodice, satin shoes, muslin tutu, and a wood base. The Little Dancer Aged Fourteen by Edgar Degas has soft features with elegant details. Edgar Degas used soft colors along with the sculpture; I think this gives the sculpture a peaceful effect. The sculpture from afar looks smooth, but once I looked closer, I saw the grooves in the hair and skin. Even though the sculpture was showed in 1881 and would be thought to be in the traditional category, the artist went toward the modern style with using more than one media.