Wonderful work! From concept to execusion... really great!
Another amazing piece of work!
I love the design, and the details are flawless.
I cant wait to see more of your work..Very insipring
Roma Plastalina clay sculpture
Evan! If your gallery on DA is as honest as it is revealing, you've worked on some of my favorite films. There's a history in your work - a patience and commitment to execution - that's going to help set this section of the site on fire.
Keep stuffing this thread with mutative goodness.
And, as a parting comment, your Still Life piece (this child "cradled" in a mutagenic mass) has just made my Thursday. I'm glad I stopped in here first before kicking off work!
... a cry went up into the shuddering air, and faded to a shrill wailing, passing with the wind, a voice bodiless and thin that died, and was swallowed up, and was never heard again in that age of this world.
I am sorry to say that I am not familair with your name, but wow, that impressive stuff. Very strange and interesting, and impeccably sculpted.
Designs that creative and that well executed don't need to be painted.
I'd love to see more.
"Man's mind, once stretched by a new idea, never regains its original dimensions." ~ Oliver Wendell Holmes
Your Still Life piece (this child "cradled" in a mutagenic mass) has just made my Thursday. I'm glad I stopped in here first before kicking off work!
What a nice thing to say...this really made my day!
I want to also thank everyone for the supportive comments. Once I get situated here, I look forward to viewing your galleries!
You are a master sculptor sir!, Your sculpts are weirdly wonderful,and absolutley beautiful to look at.
This is one of those threads that I cant help myself, I have to keep coming back to look at these pics,They mesmorize me.
Thanks for sharing.
Woah......... duuuuuuuude.... Beatiful :o
Check out my scary monster thread!
Want lotsa sculpture resources? Add some if you want to!
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Hey Evan, have you ever thought about counseling?
You have a seriously warped imagination... unsettling and beautiful work.
Wed clay sculpture
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Beautiful pieces. A nice mixture of thoughtful, provocative and disturbing.
Maan! I'm a fan of your scary sculpts!
You're work is AMAZING.
I especially like the first sculpture of the creepy couple.
Evan, if you don't mind a question, I was interested in knowing what your favorite clay is to work with. I'm sure it's different for whatever project your working on, but if you had to pick one, what would it be?
What I am always aiming for in my art is intensity of emotion and ideas. For me, art is very impulsive....similar to feelings. The first time you experience something it is usually the strongest. As time goes by, the emotion becomes weaker. I feel no differently about the beginning stages of creating a sculpture. The majority of my personal sculptures were rendered in the first 24 hour period. Of course, I spend many weeks adjusting and refining, but the overall mood is created in the very first sitting. So if I am fighting to model my idea with using a laborious and uncooperative clay, the emotional side of the piece suffers. That raw burst of creative energy can be greatly diminished or even lost if I have to spend days battling a very tough material.
Many people love using Chavant...I have often been dissatisfied with the results. Even the softer grades of Chavant still have a rigidity that I find a hindrance. Every artist needs to find a material of choice that best conveys their artistic expression. I’ve come to the conclusion that sculpting with Waterclay or Roma Plastilina allows me the emotional freedom that I just can’t achieve with Chavant. I thought this was an interesting question about the qualities and psychology of a material...and the implications it has on the artist’s work.