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Jim

Author Comments

This is a sculpture done in super sculpey and colored with airbrush. I used a glue gun for the drooling and spray varnish to make it a little bit "wet". It was my first time using sculpey and I played a lot with textures with this little monster called jim :)

Hope you like it. Tell me what you think! :)

Reviews


WTF!!!

FUCKING NASTY! but fantastic detail


N0RM responds:

thanks


Seriously creative mind at work here...

The concept alone is extraoridaniry let alone the actual design...while my turkey sandwhich is no long apatizeing at the moment....I'll get over it...reminds me of something out of dead space to be honest...thats why i gave it a 9...the shock factor wasn't there, BUT creative and appealing none the less...props...make more...I want one!


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N0RM responds:

Hey thanks for giving me your opinion! I really try making something out of this world next time :)


OMGWTFBBQ

That's probably the first thing that really made me go "WTF!" IMMEDIATELY after I saw part of it. What the hell is that thing anyway?


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N0RM responds:

Cool! thanks! He is an alien from the far regions space that mutated when he entered Earth's atmosphere :)


WHAT THE FUCK

props


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N0RM responds:

:) thanks I appreciate it


WOAH

The first piece of art EVER, EVER in my life, that made me go:

WOAAAAH O_O


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N0RM responds:

ooh thanks!

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N0RM
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18,401
Votes
445
Score
4.35 / 5.00

Uploaded
Jun 26, 2009 | 12:11 AM EDT
Category
3D Art
File Info
743 x 1000 px
JPG
575.4 kb
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