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    First time posting -- sculpt of mermaid baby

    Hello. I discovered this amazing site last week. So much incredible talent here. Just wanted to introduce myself and a small sample of a recent work of mine.
    I am so happy to have discovered this wealth of fantastic artwork and technical knowledge.



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    sorry, no image posted

    Sorry. Can't get my image to post.

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    Just had the wront URL:


    Nice work lets see some more angles.

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    Hey Tristan,

    Beautiful work, as usual.
    Considering that we share a first name, are the same age, grew up in the same place, and work in the same field, it's remarkable that people don't confuse us more often .

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    thanks guys

    Hello.
    Anemos -- thanks very much for the help. Actually, I don't know what I did wrong. Can't get pics posted. At the bottom of this screen there is a small box in which I am notified that the HTML is "off" and I don't know if that's the problem. If it is, I don't know how to fix it. The webmaster's email isn't accepting any emails from my server. Keep getting MAILER - DAEMON.

    Anyway, if you have the time, more images of this sculpt can be seen at www.tristanschane.com (please excuse the shamelessness of the plug).

    Mr. Elwell, greetings! Yes, I am always expecting some confusion within the industry. So far, no trouble. Didn't know you were at all aware of my work. Thank you very much for the feedback.

    T




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    i just checked out your site. you are such an awesome artist. i hope to one day reach your level of technical skill. .. that sculpture "litter" is probably one of the coolest things i've seen in a while.

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    I hate to say it but all I can think of is "awesome"!!!

    5 stars!

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    No problem. Your problem is the address of the picture you are posting. If you right click your picture and click on properties, it should come up something like this in the address:

    http://www.tristanschane.com/fine_ar.../mermaid01.jpg

    ** it should always end in .jpg

    copy that address and when you post, click on the image icon(looks like mountains and a sun in a small box), just paste that address into the box that pops up and your done.

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    Thanks Anemos, once again. I will try to post a second pic and see what happens. This of a diferent piece I did a few months ago. It was sculpted freehand (without any lifecasting) and then cast in polyester/fiberglass.

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    These are great.. I love your sculptures.. such a great sense of realism.. you capture flesh and bone perfectly!

    peace
    -mike

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    Thumbs up I salute your technique and skill...!!!

    The detail of your work is truly amazing and a dead on likeness to the true aspect of the human parts, expression and lobster tails to boot for that matter....

    You have a wonderful eye for realism and detail. I look forward to seeing more from you...!!! Keep on doing just what you are doing my friend. Excellent work and a very nice spin on the subjects that you have chosen.

    This is what our craft is all about.

    Boa

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    Bloody impressive works there man. You have a handle on realism that is staggering. Please feel free to let us in on your secrets and tricks of the trade.

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    Hey gang. Thank you so much for the positive feedback. Very, very much appreciated. This site provides such an excellent opportunity to show work to other artists and professionals. It's great to get such responses to what one does. Thanks again.

    T

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    yes but do tell us how... sweat and blood?

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    Hey Osman.

    The "how":
    Some Sweat, Some Patience, Tiny Tools, Ultra Hard Chavant Clay (the Now Discontinued I-305), Lots Of Photo Reference And National Public Radio Playing In The Background.

    T

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