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Hello guys. Long time without coming here.
This is what I've been doing lately
Alien head design
1/3 orc study, conceptual
Zombie Shaman, life size
Life size human head study
1/2 old man study
life size Rottweiler study
1/4 alien head design
Vampire head that I'll mold and paint this next week
I'm gonna post more stuff soon.
Thanks again, cheers
Last edited by longhi; December 17th, 2011 at 03:17 PM.
Great stuff....Love the coloring on the alien.
Mah ' Crub
Is that painted alien the one from the live stream you did last week? If so, damn you work fast and still top quality.
Any chance you'll live stream the painting process sometime?
Thank you a lot guys!
Hey Joshs, yes, is that one. I worked on this Alien from scratch to finished latex painted piece in 4 days, during a course that I was teaching at my studio. Thanks man.
Maybe someday, let's see
hello, i think i have asked this before but i cant remember but what are you sculpting in?
Okay.... My mind is yearning for info on how you set your works up, and how you execute them. All through my last school, we saw how numerous artists set up and executed their work - so if you could offer any information on how you work - I would *greatly* appreciate it!
Doctors heal you, Artists immortalize you.
"Those who can, do. Those who can't, teach" - bullshit.
The usual staples for anatomy:
the zombie shaman is sure pretty! fantastic work
what a nice Vampire~
longhi ~~ could u show me how tools you use?
an did u use NSP?
awesome job sir keep going on.....see you with next stuff
awesome awesome work such amazing talent. I hope I can be as good as you one day!
Awesome… the blue stripe alien head is amazing!
“Dream as if you'll live forever, live as if you'll die today.”
Always cool stuff.
Very nice work!I like the alien head, and the zambie.Can't wait to see more!
I like your work, can't wait to see more.
You are truly inspiring!
wow it's so fantastic
I can learn much more from it
I'm really awed by the skin textures . . .