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Final project for my sculpture class utilizing steel rod and some sort of "skin". The steel rods were cold-bent by hand then welded into position. The rope was woven around the frame using a simple macrame weave.

Approx. 4 - 4.5 feet tall

Approx. 12 - 15 hours
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my second attempt at papercraft.would like to revisit some day now that i have learned a few things. used mostly superglue and house is uneven.
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the band from above
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Papercraft Metal gear rex.
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Part of the Star Wars Mythos line of statues from Sideshow Collectibles [link]

This 1:5 scale statue was sculpted nearly two nears ago, now. Designed by Joe Allard and Tom Gilliland, this piece is meant to represent Obi-Wan in the years before "A New Hope", but after "Revenge of the Sith". This gave us an opportunity to imagine the life of Kenobi as he became the reclusive, mystical figure of Tatooine.

It also allowed us to have fun imagining both Ewan McGregor and Alec Guinness as the character, but at different ages than we have seen them in the films.

The statue was sculpted in castiline and wax, with a sculpey base. Some of the lightsabers were sculpted by hand, and Tusken Raider weapons were output from digial models (which is why they look clear).

Many more photos can be found in my gallery
Trev
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This is a stencil I made late last night. It didn't turn out as well as I had hoped, but I really like how it looks. It is black spray paint stenciled onto a red binder.
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"Blown Away"
8"x10"
Acrylic Paint & Quilled Paper on a Canvas Panel


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The Paint:
This is on an 8"x10" canvas panel.
It is painted in a custom mixed, blue-violet metallic, acrylic paint.
The silhouette was hand painted on the canvas in Pure Black acrylic paint.

The Paper:
I used 65lb scrapbook quality acid-free cardstock for the Quilling.
It is all hand Quilled and shaped by me and is fastened together, and to the canvas, with Elmer's Glue-All multi-purpose glue.
It is glued to the canvas pretty well, but this is NOT a toy, it is art and should treated as such.

This is my first Quilling piece.
For any inquires please either Message me here on DeviantArt.

Please feel free to comment, I need the feedback!
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You MAY NOT edit, alter, redistribute, or copy my work.
[Inspired by pictures found around the web.]
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What is this?
Well, the answer is very simple: again, Adolf and Angelika.
I visited my father and he found that Adolf Hitler figurine in the attic... Of course, I begged for it.
I did't want him to be alone, so I went to buy some polymer clay and then I created an original Angelika figurine for him :heart:

I worked 7 hours to make her and, as you can see from that Austrian 1 Euro cent, they are both very small.
(The coin is smaller than a Dime!)

Since the coin is partially covering Geli's beautiful legs, you can see them here: [link] .

Ever since I made them, looking at them makes me happy, as if they were actually closer: this result pays me back the many hours I spent making Angelika.

Have you ever created something with your own hands? Some people say we put part of our soul in the thigs we make. I'm not really sure about that (the philosopher finds it illogical!) but I am sure that our passion and love that we put in our work can sometimes be sensed by the others.
I hope you can feel it by staring at this couple.

Also, being he black while she is white reminds me of the Tao, the oriental symbol: [link]

When I was five, I met a woman with this necklace.
I asked her the meaning of the symbol and she told me it means that even in the greatest evil, there always is a little bit of good and also, even in the greatest goodness, there always is a little bit of badness.

I have a pendat like hers, it comes from Vienna/Wien.
As you can imagine, I think that symbol represents these two people too, as each one of us.
There are not absolute truths, only our own and I am my own truth as you are yours...
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Calvin and Hobbes - two of my favourite characters.

-the log is hollow - you can look right through to the other side.
-the base is plexi-glass, painted blue for the 'creek'.
-I don't think I used any ink in this one; The characters are 100% pipe cleaners.

-Calvin is approximately 3 inches tall, Hobbes 6 inches. Overall length is 10 inches.

Other views: [link] and [link]

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Part of the Star Wars Mythos line of statues from Sideshow Collectibles [link]

This 1:5 scale statue was sculpted nearly two nears ago, now. Designed by Joe Allard and Tom Gilliland, this piece is meant to represent Obi-Wan in the years before "A New Hope", but after "Revenge of the Sith". This gave us an opportunity to imagine the life of Kenobi as he became the reclusive, mystical figure of Tatooine.

It also allowed us to have fun imagining both Ewan McGregor and Alec Guinness as the character, but at different ages than we have seen them in the films.

The statue was sculpted in castiline and wax, with a sculpey base. Some of the lightsabers were sculpted by hand, and Tusken Raider weapons were output from digial models (which is why they look clear).

Many more photos can be found in my gallery
Trev
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