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first oil clay sculpture i ever did, way back in 06. re-photographed it today

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Dude, this is an actual sculpture you did?! This is freaking amazing! This shows that we really should allow all forms of art on this website and not just pictures. It was great how you showed all different angles. It looks like it could be remade into a mask. Or is it already one?

It's just great to look at the details of all the little scales. It's so wonderfully smooth. I can see why you're fairly popular here. You have made wonderful stuff. This is probably the best I've ever seen from you. This is why dragons are so popular.


sucho responds:

thnx *w*, this sculpture -was- going to be the first mask i made using my first latex prop kit, but at the time i didn't fully understand the concept of undercuts, and i hadn't worked with plaster molds before. when it came time to do the mold process, i realized it was basically impossible to do. so it sits in my parents' loft :/


hallucinant

Bravo, bravo vraiment


sucho responds:

s...splunge? scrumtrulescent?


And I thought your DRAWING skills were awesome ...

Dude, how is something like this even possible? Honor to you, kind sir.
\(-.-)/ .(_ _). \(-.-)/ .(_ _). \(-.-)/ .(_ _). \(-.-)/ .(_ _). \(-.-)/ .(_ _). \(-.-)/ .(_ _).


sucho responds:

i have no i.what what are those. is that wingdings3?


God, that's good

Gimme Gimme Gimme >.<


sucho responds:

its 40 lbs and 2 feet in every direction. try if you want.


Gorgeous work.

Top notch work, MAN SCULPTURE IS HARD.


sucho responds:

SO AM I

FOR YOU

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Apr 10, 2010
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