3D Traditional Sculptors - Post Photos Of Your Best Pieces!


Awesome work Andreja!

Can you elaborate on the technique you use ,materials and sizes you work on?



Hey, it’s great to see your Sculptures!!! :bounce:They are really beautiful…I love to see this kind of work. :slight_smile:

Great stuff…will post more comments later. :slight_smile:

Hope to see more of your stuff!!!

Cheers, :slight_smile:



Andreja - Very cool sculpture work! I want to do some traditional stuff really bad after seeing that! Hopefully, I will be able to take a sculpture class next semester!

Here’s a paper mache sculpture I did of Gerald from the Hey Arnold tv show. I did this… 4 years ago. But I still like it. I know the way that it is supported is pretty “non-standard” but I didn’t know a thing about sculpture when I made it. Oh well!



ROFL, that’s hilarious!!! I love his expression. Hmm…but mightn’t he be a bit…uncomfortable? :scream:

Cheers, :slight_smile:



Wow, great thread, there are so many great works in here. Keep it up guys.

Here are three of my pieces that I did last year at the Fine Arts Educational Center “Sumatovacka”, Belgrade.
That small white one on the first picture is dated from 2002.

           [img]http://ttesla.animacija.org/portfolio/head-clay-sculptures/nemanjag.jpg[/img]  [img]http://ttesla.animacija.org/portfolio/head-clay-sculptures/zitja_lf.jpg[/img]
     I have some more clay portraits at my [site](http://www.ttesla.com/clay-sculptures-gallery.html) so you can check them out too.
Special greetings to my maestro friend, Andreja. :thumbsup:
           Can't wait to see more of your stuff guys. Keep 'em comin'! :)



Great to see your work here! :slight_smile: I particularly like the picture of the 2nd sculpture, of the older man. I think the proportions on this one are much better, where on the first, the face looks a bit long to me ~ but I am quite envious that you have done such nice sculptures, it is something I’ve always wanted to do! :slight_smile:

Checked out your website, you have more very nice stuff there, too!! Very happy to have you on the forum, hope that you will be posting more of your work and participating in the Workshops! :slight_smile:




My first ever sculpture - if you can call it one :stuck_out_tongue: Never done this before, but I think for a first try I did well. It s made from this weird thing, the words starts with PLAS… smth, dont remeber how it was in English.



Great to see you revive this thread! :slight_smile: I have to agree, this is a really nice piece, particularly if you’ve never sculpted before. :thumbsup:

Will you guys be doing full figures as well? Look forward to seeing more of your work. :wink:




wow some stunning work here!

heres my first humble attempt at doing a sculpt … its plasteline (i hate it … not much fun to work with imo). its about 6cm high … you can see the size comparisson to the 50 cent coin.




Hey there, welcome aboard. :slight_smile: What was this piece done for? It reminds me a bit of Toulousse Lautrec’s caricatures / paintings * for example:

[left]Were you really going after something stylized? :slight_smile:




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 :).


here are some of my older sculptures. I want to start using wax for lost wax casting.


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.


Crazzy Legs,

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




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!


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. :slight_smile:




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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[left]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.[/left]
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[left]Here are some links to better views:[/left]
[left]http://partiallyfrozen.com/movies/batgirl.mov --Quicktime Turn[/left]
[left]http://partiallyfrozen.com/images/batgirlsmall.jpg – Small Turn jpg Strip (1mb)[/left]
[left]http://partiallyfrozen.com/images/batgirllarge.jpg – Large Turn jpg Strip (8mb)[/left]
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[left]Mark Theriault[/left]


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