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Thread: After two long years, my dream is finally realized!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hector View Post
    That’s pretty friggin awesome!!!!!

    Are you going strictly one medium?

    I think going with mixed media would look so awesome. Adding something like faux terrain moss to the sculpture would be awesome...



    What a beauty!
    Just strictly paint Hector. That other stuff sounds good in theory but doesn't hold up well over time and makes dusting problematic.

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    Wow, nailed it! Looking forward to seeing your awesome paint techniques and lighting applied!

    Chris
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    That's nice work; who did the sculpt?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Confessional View Post
    That's nice work; who did the sculpt?
    Joe Simon...not the long dead one. The living one...LOL

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    Question: …. Is this completed bust the same exactly clay lump your friend sculpted ?

    I've always wondered if the completed clay sculpt had to be cast into something more stable and permanent

    BTW, looks fantastic !!! … Like it should be in a museum
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mikey View Post
    Question: …. Is this completed bust the same exactly clay lump your friend sculpted ?

    I've always wondered if the completed clay sculpt had to be cast into something more stable and permanent

    BTW, looks fantastic !!! … Like it should be in a museum
    Thanks Mikey...no, the original clay sculpture had to be molded and cast in resin. It is hollow spun-cast so it's actually pretty lightweight.
    I'm getting the original sculpture back, but the base was destroyed as part of the process, because it had to be retro-fitted with the nameplate, which was sculpted digitally, then combined with the clay part of the base sculpt.

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    Quote Originally Posted by alex View Post
    Very nice !!, but where is the snake?
    He is skimming across the water just behind the nameplate. He wraps around the stumps and is coiled up the back.

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    That's amazing!

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    really cool love the wes craven 1982 film

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    Just simply spectacular, your talents are amazing.

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