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.
Mixed media altered assemblage art doll...made up of buttons, doll parts, doll shoes, jewels, stones, ceramic egg holder, decorative metal lawn ornaments, silver candle stick holder and more...I had a blast working on her...she weighs a ton...took me about two full days to finish her. She now sits pretty atop my mantel.
The doll parts and lovely face courtesy of my grams..who brought me over a bag with old dolls...yay...fun to disassemble
Vertigo Punk...represents the inner workings of my mind and soul..full of quirks that at first seem random but once deciphered hold extreme relevance to me as a person and to the way I deal with life. Made up of wooden cabinet, doll parts, metals, saw blades, ceramic figures, baby shoes, glass wind-chime pieces...etc
I have had this pull towards creating this assemblages..It is strong..i am not sure where it is all coming from..I am just the vessel for their birth...Maybe I just finally found my medium..it is effortless..I don't even think about it..i just sit down and before I know it...hours have gone by and I have this new mysterious creation in front of me? I do hope you find them as intriguing as I do.
Assemblage (17" h x 12" w x 5" d); mixed media. ~ ~ SOLD ~ ~
I am attempting something brand new (for me) this year, working with prints of my images in a more traditional sense, using the 3-Dimensionality of assemblage, creative matting and framing, and collage techniques to extend my work into the physical realm. I'm very excited about the possibilities.