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Audrey II Replica

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This is my final Audrey II, a replica from the Da Doo sequence in the 1986 musical Little Shop of Horrors, as commissioned by photographer/model Emily Steele.

Having started off my series of plant sculptures with an Audrey II ( http://www.newgrounds.com /art/view/kalapusa/audrey -ii-close-up ), it seemed appropriate to close out the series with a final replica, albeit a younger version.

As requested, the sculpt was planted in an authentic 1950's Maxwell House coffee can, the same model seen in the movie and in my original sculpt.

And just in case, from the Q/A:
Q: No photographs? What about a photo of a painting I did in real life?
A: A photograph of a sculpture, painting, or some other piece of art you have made are in fact exceptions to this rule. Feel free to submit scans and photographs of your art if it's not already in a digital format.

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This is fabulous! Being a big fan of the musical, I'm greatly impressed by this. Full stars for you!

Great.

What's Audrey ll,I know Little shop of Horrors is about vampire plants though.

Fantastic!

Haha, I played the voice of Audrey II in a play last year. Very well done.

Great

This is wonderful, though the angle of the picture leaves much to be desired.

LITTLE SHOP OF HORRORS!

I love that musical :-D and it looks just like it. great job :-3

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Kalapusa
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