I made this in my Sculpture 1 class, the assignment was personal mythology/self portrait, and it had to be based on a human bust in some way.
It's almost 3ft tall and was painted with acrylics using the dry brush method. I had references for the head, but I didn't find any decent ones for the torso,
so I kind of struggled with the human anatomy.
It's apparently really hard to get turn-around shots of the female body.
I apologize for the weird presentation, these photos where taken in front of a bright red wall and there was work from other students in the background, so I did my best to edit that out.
That's why there's a red glow.
I started out here (AAU) in the Illustration department, but I'm switching to Sculpture. I had more fun working on this then I have on any painting or drawing, and it was a lot easier too.
I might go the fine art/illustrative route with my sculpture, but I'm not sure. There's still a ton of different mediums and techniques that I've yet to try.
Anyway, my instructor thinks I'm could start putting stuff in galleries if I wanted to, but I don't know about that.
I heard that I can get a lot of really detailed and honest critique here, so I was just wondering what some of you thought.