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    Sphynx

    Hey all. Here's a new piece, nearly reading for molding. It's Chavant clay. About the size of a large house cat.
    Sphynx Sphynx Sphynx http://www.tristanschane.com/gallery...ay_6.sized.jpg
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    Thumbs up

    possibly one of the weirdest sculpts I've ever seen FREAKIN' Cool .
    love the sinister grin .
    The body looks amazing . are you going to put any fake fur on the cast?
    I did a life sized cugar for a parade float a while back ,and airbrushed flock(yes really,not a type-o) on him.
    it would be an interesting technique for you to try on him.
    It's better to be remembered as the sand in the gears and not as the oil.

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    that shit looks so funny. can i have it?
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    nice

    I love this piece. It is extremely original and well done. Great form, expression and detail. The folds in the skin look awsome. Well done.

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    Hey Tristan, do you know Evan Penny's work? He's got a show in NYC going up next week, you might want to check it out.

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    Tristan to Tristan. Nice


    the caricature here is intense. That "GRIN!"
    omg

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    Hey all you other Tristans and the others, thanks for the feeback.

    6thSun, won't be adding fur, but will be casting it intrinsically colored to look like real flesh, with realistic looking eyeballs as well.

    The body was modeled on the hairless sphynx cat anyway, so no fur. Also, the skin has a superfine texture anyway, though it's hard to tell with these pics.

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    Thumbs up

    can't wait to see the painted pic's the flesh color will make it even better you're right.
    anyway .freaking awesome!!
    It's better to be remembered as the sand in the gears and not as the oil.

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    The Hick's Point of View

    It's ugly and freaky looking, but I like it. Definately one of those original takes on a myth creature. I'm not certain to how I'll react to realistic eyes, but I'm looking forward to it.

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    I am frozen when looking at this freaky thing by shear terror and humor I dont know how to feel!

    awesome work!

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    The creature looks like my neighbor (LOL). Kool model.

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    Thanks very much guys.

    I don't know why, try as I might, I am unable to see the other shots of this piece on this posting, so anyone who wants to get multiple angle views can go to the URL at my site: http://www.tristanschane.com/gallery/album01

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    i have a feeling i seen this before. in a game or something.
    maybe im wrong.
    anyhow , nice sculpt. hope you show us the painted version too.

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    haha that smile is so awesome... one of the best sculptures ive ever seen.

    [edit] WOW the work displayed on your website is amazing! the josef sculpture ... speechless! you sir are a true master.
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    Okay... who is it? That's crazy creepy. Your forms and flesh folds are incredible. Love to see this painted up.
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