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4.25 / 5.00

Date
11/17/2012
Category
Illustration
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1280 x 553 px
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167.3 kb
Tags
clay
woman
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sculpture
  • Frontpaged November 17, 2012

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This was a sculpture I made in college with clean clay

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PotentApogeePotentApogee

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Breathtaking sculpting skills. This is what intrigues me about clay (this site needs way more clay!).
I can actually see the hefty amount of effort that you put into this.

May I ask: do you know what brand of clay was used? I may or may not pursue sculpting as a hobby, and I only possess animator's clay at the moment. I know that Fimo and Sculpey are popular choices, but that might differ for something epic like this.

Frontpage deservedly awarded. Keep it up!

5 / 5


kiareri responds:

Thank you so much! I use Klean Clay. Can't remember where I bought it from though. Lol. It's been a long time since I made a sculpture.


kamisamaWBkamisamaWB

Rated 5 / 5 stars

AWESOME!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! DO A ONE PIECE BOA HANCOK NEXT!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


kiareri responds:

I would, but I would have to get more clay to do so! Maybe if someone would commissioned me to do one, than I would. :) But thank you!


VinnitoElitoVinnitoElito

Rated 5 / 5 stars

This is quite impressive! To get a good size with real good detail takes talent and hard work!


kiareri responds:

Thank you! :)


N1nj4XN1nj4X

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Really awesome. Nice sculpture. Why do not you paint it? I think it'd be really cool :D


kiareri responds:

Well, the material that I worked with never dyes. And in order to paint it, I would have to create a cask for it and put it in the oven to bake it so it can get nice and hard. Then paint it. So that's another beast in itself that I have not yet master. But yeah, you are right, it would have been cool. I might model it in 3d and color it that way though.


OlekDhOlekDh

Rated 5 / 5 stars

It's cool!
Can you make it 3D model via autodesk 123D for example so I could print it on my 3d printer?


kiareri responds:

I can try :-)