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  04 April 2006
thank you rebecca ... well its been for nothing than practise and to see if i can do it . i had nothing special in mind when i started ... just some face.

and uhm ... i wanted to do something realistic but, for me its hard to do at this size and especially with plasteline (at least the crappy hobbyists brand i got).

ill buy some clay once i got a bigger flat .
 
  04 April 2006
older

here are some of my older sculptures. I want to start using wax for lost wax casting.
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  04 April 2006
three more

here are two more of my older sculptures. They can be hard to\ grasp with a photo, they were designed with view in the round in mind.
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  04 April 2006
Smile

Crazzy Legs,

Hey, that stuff is awesome! Looks sort of Alien~esque, was that the source of inspiration? Thanks for posting!

Cheers,

~Rebeccak
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  04 April 2006
you are correct

Originally Posted by Rebeccak: Crazzy Legs,

Hey, that stuff is awesome! Looks sort of Alien~esque, was that the source of inspiration? Thanks for posting!

Cheers,

~Rebeccak


I didn't have any H.R Giger stuff infront of me at the time, but I was going for the same biomechanical look in all of them. The first one I posted, with the Alien head, is taken right from Alien (just the head though, the most obvious part). The work was done like a sketch, no concept art, no concept going into it at all. Very strange for myself, I normally delve into concept art before touching anything close to the medium of the final product.

Once I blocked in the shapes I started sculpting and adding detail. I did purposely have books of bones and muscles laid out infront of me while I was sculpting. Not for direct references, but to get my mind to start thinking about the forms of bones and muscle after I blocked in the shapes.
Thank you for the complements! And thank you very much for getting this forum going!

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  04 April 2006
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Crazzy Legs,

Hey, you're definitely welcome! It's a pleasure to see so much cool work on a daily basis. If you have any other work which you would like to share, please post it! Looking forward to seeing more of your work.

Cheers,

~Rebeccak
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  04 April 2006
Sculptures at FBAUP...=)

This sub-forum is great..=)..another surprise for me!!! =)

Well...here's my contribution with some sculptures...=)

This is a work of a student, who's at my university studing fine arts (sculpture). I love his work, special the "wrong" proporsions of the model's body... =)

Well...here's my contribution, a session of last week at FBAUP:



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  07 July 2006
My Batgirl Bust

This is a Batgirl bust i made as a face form study. It took me around 20 hours. This was my first venture into physical sculpting. I loved doing it, it was really fun. Unfortunatly i made a mold of it and have no knowlage of what is a good way to make a copy. I made a plaster mold. If anyone knows what is good to use let me know.
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  07 July 2006
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