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    Wolverine and some other sketches

    This is a Wolverine sketch in Super Sculpey Firm. It's not going to be anything and does not exist any more so I though we would show it!



    Satyr in progress, this still might be something one day.


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    Relaxin' Satan , in progress


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    General Noko , ebay sketch


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    Really Kool stuff dudes....I know that it's the details that usually make a sculpt or a painting or whatever, but there is certainly something that speaks to me in the rough, and random sketches. I don't know, maybe its the old, "leave them wanting more," or letting the viewers eyes fill in the blanks....I think there is something to be said for the roughness.....but then again, I am insane.

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    its just the movement and power thats convayed in your sculpts just blows me away.

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    mah' crub, sloopy jon

    What's up. Bowen would always tell us` to 'Shiflettize it' which I think meant make it really sketchy. I personally like the rough stuff where you feel like the artist was just there working on it.
    This is a new piece ' Death from Above' , it's in Sculpey Firm as usual. It was the Wolverine sketch we posted recently. Still in progress, this is a little more than halfway I would guess.



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    wow I love it, when it ends?

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    As always I dig your stuff, I too love the rough kinda stylised way the stuff looks. I have an individual style myself I like a organic feel to stuff, real "hand crafted" look. Tell you the best thing though, these look like you just sat down with the clay and just enjoyed putting it on and what came out, came out.

    Not enough of this in these days when many sculptors are being asked to reduce their natural style to a uniform look.

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