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    Perfect Cell "LifeSize" Sculpture

    I had started a thread a while ago for this but am unable to find it so started another one. This is a Sculpture that I started and Finished in High School. But about a year ago i decided that I wasn't happy with it so I started over and began to really put thought in it this time. But i didn't just have this idea over night but over the years i had thought how to make it better and how to perfect my Tech. I have one Original black and white photo of what it looked like before. and I will also be posting what I've done in the past week. i could do more but i work... so lol yeah that thing called making a living

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    Recent Work Continued of Perfect Cell

    A Few More Photos of what I've sculpted to the arm.

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    Sorry if I didn't read it but is this made out of tape and paper? Wow super impressed man.

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    This is great.

    "A drawing is not necessarily academic because it is thorough, but only because it is dead. Neither is a drawing necessarily academic because it is done in what is called a conventional style, any more than it is good because it is done in an unconventional style. The test is whether it has life and conveys genuine feeling."- Harold Speed
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    Paper Mache Clay

    Working on his chest and legs so I can put full detail in this sculpture with this paper mache clay.

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    Quote Originally Posted by buxs View Post
    Sorry if I didn't read it but is this made out of tape and paper? Wow super impressed man.
    Thank you very much and yes it is its paper mache

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Pariano View Post
    This is great.
    Thank you very much

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    Worked some more

    I am beginning to use the Paper mache Clay more and more and it will make my sculpture stronger and allow fine detail when i get to the very end. Here I put the clay on his hip joints and rib cage. Also put it on his knees but they look funny at the moment and they need to be fixed before I show them. Here you go. Let me know what yall think!!!!

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    WoW this is fantastic!!! Your anatomy work is really great, and i'm just so impressed by how your making this from paper and masking tape!! I can't wait to see the end result.. Your first one was great but this is going to be 10 times better from what i can see!! I used to love watching Dragon Ball Z aswell..... -ged.

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    Just a Quick update. Paper Mached his face and neck will soon finish the entire head. Today i will be paper macheing more of the left arm and working on my Second Sculpture that i will soon make a thread for. Thanks DA

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    Any updates on this??

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    Update!!! Adding Paper Clay

    Hey Guys! Sorry for not updating sooner. Been busy, but today I added the paper clay so i can strengthen the sculpture. It will also give me the ability to sand down the paper clay and give it a nice smooth surface giving it a stone look. Which I am very excited about. So I know the last picture you may be thinking it dont look that good, well like I said it will when I sand it down. I have more pics will add more later, have to head to work. let me know what you guys think. Thanks later

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    Quote Originally Posted by GedTasker View Post
    Any updates on this??
    Hey GedTasker! Thank you for your interest in my artwork. As you can see I posted an update on what I had done today. Trying to stay on it lol but tomorrow im hopefully be working on his hand so I should havr pics up for that tomorrow or friday. Thanks again and please never be shy to tell me what you think. Later

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    Wow, impressive. I wonder how much the finished sculpture will weigh?
    Jealous that you have enough space to make something like this.

    Got any photos of the armature underneath?

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    New Update!!! Finally!

    Ok i finally updated i've been working on it this past week. So this is what I have done the past week and a half. i very excited how its coming out better than i ever thought. I cant wait till it finished. Please Let me know what yall think. i appreciate your thoughts and comments. Later guys off to work!!!

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    Recent Work!

    Here is what i've done. This part is what takes the longest because of the wait to dry. But I have enjoyed it a whole lot. Let me know what yall think!

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    http://youtu.be/ozVnL7DAZs0?hd=1

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