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Thread: Violent City
December 23rd, 2009 #1
Hi all again, This time i would like to show you one of my recent sculptures: "Violent city". It comes from a small bust that i made 1 year ago.
Made with resin,oil and fabric, it´s 90 cm high.
Just a reflexion of living in stressful cities...
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Wow really excellent
Kinda reminds me of Ron Muecks Sculpts,I love this type of sculpting it really fascinates me.
Really love to see more
December 24th, 2009 #3
Thanks a lot for your words Bongsplat
May be in 3 hundred years i´ll get the level of Ron Mueck´s sculptures... ...he is god!!!.
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December 25th, 2009 #6
amazing, love the concept and execution. great expression captured.
has a very nice puppet animation film feel to it.
could you recommend me some sculpting exercises? what i could try to practice. im currently studying art for video game/game design; i am quite familiar with poly modeling in maya, UVing, texturing and so on but i would like to get into sculpting as well.
any beginners exercise you recommend? I would like to be able to do stuff like you are doing
Sketchbook (daily Oils):
December 26th, 2009 #7
lol brilliant. love the neck and the hands
December 26th, 2009 #8
Thank Gogojo, the clothes are the most dificult part, because i don´t know anything about sewing. Sometimes the size of the sculpture allows you to buy the clothes in a kidshop but not in this case so the best way i found was asking to a friend to sew the clothes for me.
December 26th, 2009 #9
Thanks freakinacage and congratulations!, those are the parts i used to transmit the atmosphere of this work.
December 26th, 2009 #10
Hi Katzenminze ang thanks a lot for your words.
As far as sculpting is concerned, i think there are no secrets, only work, work and work. In my case when i begin i used to read all the books i could find about modellind, casting molding, etc, and then try and try in my studio to get better results as times went by. Nowadays internet is a powerfull openbook where you can fin almost everything. But in my opinion, the best way to learn is trying to work as an assistant for a profesional sculptor.
Is a very good shortcut (the otherway you waste a lot of time).
December 26th, 2009 #11
I know how that is, I don't know how to use a sewing machine, only sewing by hand. It's also harder to get the texture of fabrics to translate to a smaller size without looking off, but you and your friend managed it. It's too bad I don't live closer to you, or else I could knit a sweater for your next one.
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