Toothbrush holder- Zeus sculpture

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    That's cool. The aging and stressing of the surfaces is quite nice. Did you do the whole process?

    Im sure it will look good in candle light.

    Given where it is, and the permanence of it, giving a crit seems out of the norm, but if you are just looking to improve then I would suggest either going even more stylized or getting more reference and or working from life to add in that next level of lifelike believability. Style wise it feels kind of between those qualities. Still nice though. Nice to see some other types of work in the crit center.

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    Hi,
    Thank you first of all for your kind words.
    Yes, i've done the whole process by myself.
    I was thinking to make "him" more serious but in the end i've decided to go with this expression.

    Thank you one more time for the review.

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