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    another fifth element sculpt

    hello, i forgot to post this up when i did it a couple of years ago, its my namesake Zorg from the fifth element film played by actor gary oldman. sculpted in chavant and car body filler(for the smooth cap part)

    hope you like it

    -chris








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    wow. the likeness is amazing. not really a fan of the character, but this sculpt almost makes me change my mind

    great job.

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    love it.

    haven't seen the 5th element in a long time, but that sculpture brings it back to my mind, fresh as if I just watched it.

    any plans to paint it? I think you could do a really good job!

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    Love that filmYou've done an amazing job of getting him to look like him.
    What size is it? and will you paint it?

    Nice work

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    thanks, it is lifesize, this is a hollow resin pull. i have not painted one up yet, apart from a bronze "lookalike" finish....

    -z

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    That's great man. Gary Oldman would be proud, you should get a copy of that to his agent or something. I hope since you said "another" you've done or are going to do a Leelu bust. WHo wouldn;t want a disembodied Milla Jovovich head on a shelf in their home!

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    Quote Originally Posted by WanderingProphet View Post
    That's great man. Gary Oldman would be proud, you should get a copy of that to his agent or something. I hope since you said "another" you've done or are going to do a Leelu bust. WHo wouldn;t want a disembodied Milla Jovovich head on a shelf in their home!

    heres the other fifth element sculpt.

    http://www.conceptart.org/forums/showthread.php?t=82255

    you could say it is part milla, at least her bones sticking out the end

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    I loves me some Gary Oldman. That man is an actor in the truest since. There's a talent for the craft in that fellow that will blow buildings down.

    This is a great sculpt, and, as others have said, you've nailed the likeness for me. There's no doubt that's everyone's favorite intergalactic arms dealer.

    ~KU

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    I love it too! Feels as if he is making this wellknown arogant mimic right now in the next second. "A real warrior had at first asked about this red switch!" HAHAH - WUMM!!!

    How do You do this with the likeness? Do You use many screen captures from DVD? Do You sketch them over before sculpting or do You eye-copy directly from the life pictures?

    ~ André

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