some great work here Evan thanks for posting.I love your hair on your clay sculpts-do you have any tips/advice/tutorials on how you do that process?
Now thats cool !
I'm a noob here and sculpture!
I am a great admirer of your work!
keep us inspired! heheheh
really awesome, i love all the tiny veins and the little blood stains on the gloves.
What grade of Roma Plastilina do you use? Some of your pieces using it look polished in places.
Amazing, amazing, amazing!
your sculpts. are beautiful in so many ways!!! love the Awful Garden piece and the man with pieces of his brains coming out "pay per View!!!" just awesome, absolutely beautiful!! wish i could sculpt but not my talent.
Thanks sooo much for sharing the tutorials, just amazing.
things I've never realized you could do! I love the orange idea.
again a million thank you's
Thank you for sharing your work and your tutorials. You do amazing things, sir.
You seem to know what you're doing!
All your work is AWESOME.
I'm about to start sculpting, and you really inspire me!
Keep it up!
superb tutorials there. thanks
Thanks so much, Evan. Incredible information. Much appreciated.
super duper awesome tutorial set. thank you so much sir, you are my hero.
jezzz, this is helpfull a lot...thanks man...
very nice work man, i like your works, thanks giving for nice tutorials
Hi EvanCampbell i have never seen such amazing sculptures n thx for this tutorial was very helpful.
Very inspirational work, and really kind of you to share some insight to your process. Definitely a lot of food for thought.
I must admit that I am not a frequent visitor to the sculpt 3D tread here, even less a poster on the threads. I must however say that I became very inspired by what you’ve got posted here and am blown away by the creativity.
There are many talented and skilled sculptors that belong to this forum and you my friend are among the top group. Thanks for sharing so much of your work. I will look forward to other posts by you…..Great Job!
That head is awesome and thanks for the tutorials as well. Very interesting stuff.
I've always wondered about how you got your flesh and skin textures to look so real. Really clever techniques and very clearly explained.
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amazing work.very nice concepts
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