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4.33 / 5.00

Date
11/20/2012
Category
Illustration
File Info
600 x 450 px
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46.7 kb
Tags
girl
sculpture
cuong-tran
cybrog

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Author Comments

Someone asked me to post bigger pictures of this one, so that's what I'm doing. Thanks!

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WiZBiN-Yoshi-1WiZBiN-Yoshi-1

Rated 5 / 5 stars Nov 20, 2012

Nice shapes on face , seems midly wrinkled as shes disgusted or a littlebit angry. What kind of clay was this made with ?


kiareri responds:

Thanks. I used Clean Clay.


XadianXadian

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars Nov 20, 2012

Thanks for the bigger pic, really does look good. I wish I was a sculptor so I could give you some tips, but oh well.

The cyborg eye looks pretty good, and I like the contrast between it, which is decidedly emotionless, and the other eye, which I think makes her look like she's about to kill me with the laser sword that I know she's hiding behind her back.

Another key point is the hair, which, in my opinion, flows quite naturally. I don't know how hard this is to do in sculpting, but it looks well done, although the right side, (The side with the cyborg eye), looks to me like it's wet, since it seems to stick to her skin when compared with the left side.

Addendum: Was just reading through the comments on the other pic, and saw that the sculpture was actually only a foot tall. From the way the pictures looked, I actually thought it was life size. However, as impressed as I would be if that were true, this level of detail in such a small sculpture strikes me as extremely impressive in its own right.

As much time as I spend hunched over a keyboard, slaving over a story, I can't imagine the amount of effort spent on this. Fifteen hours spent not just shaping it, but also spent carving out tiny lines with a knife/whatever, is some real dedication.

Over all, extremely good job, and I look forward to seeing more from you.


kiareri responds:

Thanks Xadian! For the awesome comments. I will try to not disappoint you! :)