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    see no evil hear no evil speak no evil

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    Really love the intensity / expression! What medium? Scale?

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    Quote Originally Posted by CombatMatt View Post
    Really love the intensity / expression! What medium? Scale?
    Height - 25 cm. Material - clay ...
    Thank you)))

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    yesyesyes. fucked up and superb. caricatured but not too much

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    Wow, I love these! Very macabre.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alaneye View Post
    Wow, I love these! Very macabre.
    I really always wanted to make a bust of a man without lower jaw)) and this is done. Once I developed this theme a little, and got three busts)
    thank you!)

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    The one without the jaw is my favorite... makes me think of 'Dr. Tongue' in George Romero's Day of the Dead

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    Same here, the jawless one is wicked.....

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    brilliant! i'm kind of hoping you're learning ZBrush also.

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    Quote Originally Posted by brodybaddis View Post
    brilliant! i'm kind of hoping you're learning ZBrush also.
    learning. but not enough time for everything ... I do tattoos, sculpture, drawing. and still trying to learn zbrush, because really want to develop characters for games)) and my skills in sculpture, for some reason do not matter ...

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    Once again dude, you have done some really cool stuff. My favorite is the " hear no evil," guy....you can feel his pain from his facial expressions....really well done.


    Mah ' Crub

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    great title, also love these sculptures!!!!!!!!!

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    beautifully done

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    Quote Originally Posted by saintmadman View Post
    learning. but not enough time for everything ... I do tattoos, sculpture, drawing. and still trying to learn zbrush, because really want to develop characters for games)) and my skills in sculpture, for some reason do not matter ...
    There's still value in the traditional ways, I think. It's just that
    in a commercial/speed, especially game industry, speed and cost cutting in the pipeline wins.


    Syd Mead done a talk in Melbourne, Australia last year, and the one thing
    I got out of it is that, as artists, we shouldn't be afraid to make money.
    Have a commercial side, and keep that personal works going also.
    Or maybe it's just me, hehe.

    Good luck, and keep it inspired.

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    brodybaddis Yes, I agree....I am sick of art not being taken seriously as an investment...people are so blind sometimes...I have sold art, and not sold art, and I believe we as a community need to RAISE our prices...
    Here is a little story you may not believe...recently I stopped sculpting to embrace { once again,} a musical career....I used to play professionaly back in the 60's 70's.... I have recently put together a new act, only to find that the pay scale now is exactly the same as it was back in the 60's...this is messed up.....SO I advocate raising our prices for all art until the blandness blinds the bastages, bringing them bounding back to the arts with a lust renewed.....or not.


    Mah ' Crub

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