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    Jackpot

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    Roma Plastilina clay sculpture

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    Thank you for giving such a detailed answer, it is very much appreciated. I know it was a newbie question but it is still interesting nonetheless to know what a pro uses.

    I think I'm gonna experiment more with harder clays and really work on getting finer detail down, and maybe move away from sculpy/feemo.

    Looking forward to seeing more of your sculps, very inspirational.

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    wooooo insane sculptures man

    Love the detail in every one of them.


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    ABOVE: "OLD HAT" Chavant clay sculpture

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    bmiles - I did kind of ramble a bit but I started thinking about how it is kind of important. Just experiment and find the right product.

    Again, thanks for the kind words!

    Oni Rem - Thanks so much!

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    I am Amazed everytime I check your thread.

    I love the details in everything you do and its really inspiring seeing your work.

    Thx for sharing

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    hey man nice work!!
    do you got a website?

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    great to see you here Evan - big fan of your work

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    I am always exited when I see you've poasted something new and you never dissapoint. Your work is truely inspiring and makes me want to go and jump on my projects after seeing them

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    Cold Bath
    Bronze sculpture

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    0zz0 - Thanks...I have a lot of work on DeviantArt and working on a new site

    Intervain - It is great to see a familar name...thanks for the kind words over here!

    joshMonster - That is such a great compliment to me...it really is nice of you to write!

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    Wow, everything here is absolutely amazing Evan! I particularly love "OLD HAT".
    He has so much character in his face. Everything about him is just perfect.

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    hi Evan, i love your work very, very, very much , you are a great artist your pieces are so amazing, love the textures and the emotions in the faces!!!
    btw, nice to see you here!!! ...i know your work from DA

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    What kinds of references do you use for your sculptures? Also, what gauge sculpting wire do you use for your larger project frames? Thanks in advance for the info.

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    Great jengling jellybabies ... I really like these sculpts my favorite is jackpot ... It is the best one Ive seen... It probably ranks equally with others but I like it best because of what it repreasents. I cant een explain why ...I know I like it though very VEry nice sculpt

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    Poor Soul

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    Plaster sculpture

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    Hey Master. Evan,

    Wow, masterful my friend. I absolutely love the subtleness of the sculpts, and you have great polishing skills!

    Many thanks for sharing!

    Kenny!!!!

    Check out my scary monster thread!
    http://www.conceptart.org/forums/sho...d.php?t=109738



    Want lotsa sculpture resources? Add some if you want to!
    http://www.conceptart.org/forums/sho...d.php?t=154013

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    as normal your work is beyond words, and amazingly inspiring. you mention so many different types of clay...waterclay, Roma Plastalina, wed clay. What are they and where can I get these.

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    OUTSTANDING body of work!!! Very inspiring stuff! congrats sir!

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    Evan .You are truly a master sculptor I can't get over the amazing flow in your sculpting.and the amazing detail.

    It's better to be remembered as the sand in the gears and not as the oil.
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    Man on a trunk

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    Plaster sculpture

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    dreamsorcerer - Kenny thanks so much...your messages have been very supportive and kind!

    joshMonster - Let me work on a link to post that sells all of these kinds of clay and information. Thanks again for your comment also.

    Aris Kolokontes - I really appreciate that and thanks for taking a moment to write.

    6thSun - Such a wonderful thing to read...means a lot to me

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    Wow, awesome piece again! Heavily reminds me of Lanteri.

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    I could easily spend a long, happy afternoon just looking at the textures of any of your pieces.. every single one is so convincing: convincingly young, old; thick fabric or thin, very believably slimy and chilling, so much so that I wouldn't want to touch some of these, for fear that I'd be grabbed!

    Just really wonderful.

    Thank you too for taking the time to discuss your materials, and why you like them. So many people, I think, just use a material for no reason other than that they hugely admire an artist that uses it; and end up very frustrated. .. I know this, because I've done it myself, more than once. .. so, it's great to get input on just why it is that you use the clays you use, why you like the ones you like, and dislike others.

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    Since there are so many talented sculptors here, it is easy to overlook some exceptional talents. I only have the time to look at a few threads at a time, and I happened to look at yours and I am absolutely blown away by your skill. You have the ability to breathe detail and realism into your work that very few can achieve or equal.

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    I've been in such artistic hole for a very long time... then I found forums here and your thread... I mean I have no word to describe your work, such wisdom and emotions as well as anatomical knowledge you bear... I have to say, I envy you because such potential doesn't go in pair, you sir your work is amazing and this thread will be my number 1 on the list, best regards.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cookiez View Post
    I've been in such artistic hole for a very long time... then I found forums here and your thread... I mean I have no word to describe your work, such wisdom and emotions as well as anatomical knowledge you bear... I have to say, I envy you because such potential doesn't go in pair, you sir your work is amazing and this thread will be my number 1 on the list, best regards.
    Any artist that has a deep relationship to their work understands exactly the feelings you mention. I myself have been rewarded, humbled, abandoned, revitalized, knocked on my ass, and deeply educated by the phases of art. Like a passionate, stormy relationship, it has it’s highs and lows. When my art abandons me....I try to enjoy the break. It does come back again! The fact that my work may have triggered a bit of inspiration to you is worth all my sleepless nights. My words may seem like romantic bullshit to those standing in the shallow end of the artistic pool...but it is the way I truly feel. Thanks for writing and sharing your thoughts...your note means so much to me.

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    Gargoyle sculpture

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    Absolute beauty!!! Again!! Thanks for sharing

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    Evan - awesome to read your post and am very familiar with your work. Your sculptures is AMAZING and really translates what you are capturing in your work. Although I am a new sculptor and have yet to complete a piece, what word of advice would you have for a guy that just can't stop ripping the clay off of his armatures?

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