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231 Hours of construction and painting have produced beautiful results!

(A four foot long hand made model of a UNSC Frigate from the Halo Universe. Made from matteboard and posterboard.)

A portrait version here:
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So I took this workshop with Michael DeMeng, who is one of the best assemblage artists working today, in my humble opinion, and came home with a Dremel in my hand and a mad light in my eyes. (Also a hangover. The workshop was in New Orleans. I think I'm in crawfish withdrawal.)

This is the first thing I'm managed to construct--"Bombus" is the Latin for the humble bumblebee genus, a group suffering serious declines, like many pollinators, so I felt the need to build a little shrine to this underappreciated bunch.

Original is 7 x 7.5, made of picture frame, wire, drawer handles, nails, screws, random bits, something that I think was a toy wagon wheel once upon a time...well, that's assemblage for you.

Original is on e-bay! [link]
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Creature creation for my Senior Exhibit. 
Jarred specimens have always fascinated me, so I made one of my own.
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List of Materials:

(1) Antique Loom "Flying Shuttle"
(1) Antique brass compass
(1) Antique brass gas lamp valve
(1) Wood candle holder base
(3) Pieces from a brass candle holder
(1) Vintage Kodak camera view finder
(1) Vintage Keystone 8mm movie camera lens
(1) Vintage Bausch & Lomb lens
(1) Antique beach glass piece
(1) Vintage tin toy part
(2) Pieces from a brass eagle flag pole topper
(5) Pieces from vintage pocket watches
(4) Pieces from vintage music boxes
(3) Wood gear pieces from an antique clock
(1) Piece from a vintage Cox model gas engine
(3) Pieces of vintage jewelry
(1) Timing gear from a vintage motorcycle
(2) Small vintage clock works
(5) Vintage brass clock gears
(1) Vintage brass clock key
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Based on the Scarecrow from the Batman: Arkham Asylum game.
I finished the sculpt, but he has been handled a bit and his elbow needs to be reworked just a bit.

!/4 scale, I sculpted this one with Monster Clay, Magic Sculpt Epoxy clay, real sewing needles for the fingers and mouth stitching, and Conditioning Sculpey for the flexible toxin tubes. I use solid marbles for the eyeballs.

He is on a wood base as all of the other batman villains I have made so far. I may detail the base a bit.

More pictures coming!
Thanks for looking!
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