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    grumpy sculpture

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    Here's a sculpture i made in blue stone a few years ago.
    Hope you like'm

    greetz,

    Wimpos

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    saweeeet, i would love to have that infront of my house.

    how did you make it? really nice job anyways

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    hammer

    it's all done by hand with a hammer and chisel.
    GOOD THERAPY, i promis you !

    greetz,

    Wimpos

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    that is really cool! lots of hard work and talent went into that.

    jon

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    This may sound dumb but could you explain a little about how you did this?

    Like how did you map out your design or did you go straight to it. I would be very interested in to having some insight into the process.

    Chad Townsend
    http://www.chadtownsend.com

    We now return you to Bullit already in progress...
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    method

    Well,

    i don't work with a plan or drawing to start with.
    The method i use is the direct way.
    This sculpture started out as a head of a person with a big nose. one day the stone fell on his side and i recognised
    in the nos a back-fin of a fish, so i worked that out.

    when you don't have a fix plan the sculpture "grows" and
    slowly takes it shape when you
    work on it. this is more fun

    this one was done all by hand ( no pneumatic hisel) I started it
    ten years ago , but only recently finished it.

    sculpting is really fun. it's fysical & creative

    greetz,

    wimpos

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    Damn, I just saw this one too. I really dig your style wimpos. Most sculpture I've always seen is either really heavy handed, or I can't make sense of it. I have lots of respect for artists that can spread around that good feeling of theirs through their artwork :p

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    that's awesome

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