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    Arrow My first classical torso

    Hi, Im new here. Very nice and suggestive works Ive seen there. Now i wish present my my first bigger work - classical torso what i carved in material called YTONG (its used for building industry instead of brick).

    It is the subtractive sculpture with height about 20".

    My first classical torso

    My first classical torso

    My first classical torso

    My first classical torso

    and here is some photos in progress:

    http://img341.imageshack.us/img341/3518/mdsc04477.jpg
    http://img341.imageshack.us/img341/4714/mdsc04476.jpg


    Thanks for watching and Id like to hear your advices and comments.


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    Good, man, like this.
    But there`re some problems with anatomy.

    I began to doubt about pelvis ( its too small, i think), and back musculs..

    Will be waiting more ones!

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    yes, "pelvis" is small ... i know about it, but look at antique sculptures (and David as well), they dont have more bigger. Maybe it was antique ideal

    And about backs, its possible that its incorrect. back muscles is quite different for me, cause i never seen sculptures from back before and i did it only with photos and a 2d studies. id like to study works od old masters sometimes.

    or do you have some good art documents about back muscles?

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    cool - subtractive seems that much harder anatomy than additive - great job!

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