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This mask I made entierly out of recycled materials. The base is a one gallon milk jug, part of it cut off and glued on to make the nose. Then there is a layer of newspaper, and two plastic balls, over that is an old pillow case glued in a way that gives it a wrinckled effect. Over that I used acrylic paint.

I first read the Alice in Wonderland books in middle school and have loved Wonderland ever since. The tea party scene will forever be iconic in our scociety, and the idea of a very merry unbirthday is pure genious. The March hare is an underated character who I have not yet done in art, so I thought he was due a tribute. I spent a week on this mask and had my sister help me with the photos. I wish I had more time though, but I'd like to do the white rabbit next and I'll give that more time.
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This mask I made entierly out of recycled materials. The base is a one gallon milk jug, part of it cut off and glued on to make the nose. Then there is a layer of newspaper, and two plastic balls, over that is an old pillow case glued in a way that gives it a wrinckled effect. Over that I used acrylic paint.

I first read the Alice in Wonderland books in middle school and have loved Wonderland ever since. The tea party scene will forever be iconic in our scociety, and the idea of a very merry unbirthday is pure genious. The March hare is an underated character who I have not yet done in art, so I thought he was due a tribute. I spent a week on this mask and had my sister help me with the photos. I wish I had more time though, but I'd like to do the white rabbit next and I'll give that more time.

It looked like there was no limit to how many you can submit so I'm going to submit all the good ones from our photoshoot, some ok ones will also be on my deviant art page.
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This mask I made entierly out of recycled materials. The base is a one gallon milk jug, part of it cut off and glued on to make the nose. Then there is a layer of newspaper, and two plastic balls, over that is an old pillow case glued in a way that gives it a wrinckled effect. Over that I used acrylic paint.

I first read the Alice in Wonderland books in middle school and have loved Wonderland ever since. The tea party scene will forever be iconic in our scociety, and the idea of a very merry unbirthday is pure genious. The March hare is an underated character who I have not yet done in art, so I thought he was due a tribute. I spent a week on this mask and had my sister help me with the photos. I wish I had more time though, but I'd like to do the white rabbit next and I'll give that more time.

It looked like there was no limit to how many you can submit so I'm going to submit all the good ones from our photoshoot, some ok ones will also be on my deviant art page
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I don't know the first thing about designing t-shirts but I really wanted to try it...
It's basically what deviantART means to me: a place where artists can get inspired and (hopefully) inspire others. (:

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edit: The one in the right was the original design. I chose a simpler version for the contest.

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Elements: Day

I couldn't decide which one looks better...
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Y no progress?


Paint tool Sai + Photoshop


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They can survive on the ground and under the water.
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Mega mouse
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Mega Mouse no.2
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analog photography
16X20
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analog photography
16X20
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bunny mask
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I figure I would submit this version too, doesn't hurt my chances.

Anyways, the initial sketch for my Splice contest entry. Defiantly tightened a few areas to make it more believable, but I like the surreal aspect to this guy.

Anyways, my other entry is here: [link]

Hope you all enjoy! :D
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Specimen: RK-2181 (AKA Rat Killer)
Habitat: Urban and suburban sewers
Food: Rodents, including rats, bats, and mice.
Size 1-1.6m (3.25 -5.25 ft); 30-80kg (66-175 lb).
Breeding: Sterile.
Status: Rare; only a few are released based on rodent census
Life Span: 3 years.


Due to the increase in population and urban development, pest population, including rats, mice, and roaches, has also also increased. The Unites States government has looked into experimental DNA splicing to help combat the infestation. Combining the DNA of moles, various bird species (including turkeys, herons, and cassowary's), venomous snakes, and cephalopods, scientists have created a creature well adapted to hunting rodents in dark, damp, and putrid sewers.

Quick synopsis:

Mole DNA: Adaptation to darkness, extraordinary sense of smell, blindness, high metabolism, ravage appetite.

Bird DNA: Body structure, including shape, size, and weight.

Cephalopod DNA: Unique appendage which is seen on squids and cuttle fish; acts like a frog's or chameleon's tongue.

Snake DNA: Paralyzing venom that ejects from the spine of the tentacle; also has heat pits to sense warm blooded animals.


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My entry for the contest, which took too long to finish. That's alright, I defiantly am happy with the result. :nod:

Hope you all enjoy! :D
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First thing I saw when I first saw the scribble I was working with, which shows how uncreative I am. I mean really, another creature/monster/ fish thing? How original!

Anyways, I had fun with this in the 5 hours it took me to finish, and it was entirely inspired by Shark Week (although it looks nothing like one, ha ha). The goal was to explore values among weird shapes and not create a believable creature by any means; however, I still need work on both fields.

Just in case for those who can't see it, the scribble lines define some of the head and features of the gills/fins to the bottom right; I left them pretty obvious for people to see (even though it butchers it :<).

Anyways, I hope everyone enjoys, Happy Birthday DA, and thanks for looking! :D

Blogger / Portfolio / Note / Email: lwakefield3@gmail.com
| Photoshop CS4 | Artwork and creature © to me, Lindsey W. (*SephirothsHeart)|

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I ended up getting a little fancy with my display, adding in the leaves and stuff. So I entered it in the still life pumpkin contest this year: [link]

Four pumpkin carvings inspired by my trip to Kyoto this spring. A Maneki Neko, a waka poem from the Kokin Wakashū, Toji Temple at sunset, and an Oni mask from Noh theatre.

Dark Version: [link]


Individual Photos:


Patterns from various places, see individual photos for links.
All carvings © Me
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I think this may be one of my favorite carvings ever, and I'm betting it won't be nearly as popular as my others. Such is the way of pumpkin carving.

So this is Spook, the Survivor of the Flames, from Brandon Sanderson's Mistborn trilogy. These books are awesome, and you should read them if you haven't already. I'm serious. Go read them.

So this pumpkin is based off one of my favorite images from the third book. Spook, also known as Lestibournes, with his blindfold and burnt cape, surrounded by flames. The pattern also incorporates the the symbol for Tin in the background, and Pewter on his chest. Read the books, it will make sense.

As for the pattern, since I can't draw for beans the credit for this goes to by good buddy Ashleigh! She did a fantastic job of pattern making. Major credit and thanks to her :D

I had a lot of fun carving it as well, even if it took awhile. About 6 hours, I think. I used a lot of the marker technique, but I think it turned out well. I tried to give it a gradient so the ends were more burnt, but it didn't photograph very well. Such is the way of pumpkin carving.

Light Version: [link]


Detailed Version: [link]


Mistborn and Spook © Brandon Sanderson
Pattern © Ashleigh
Carving © Me
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A Sleeping Dragon is Never to be Tickled.

This is the pumpkin that sucked away all my carving time on Saturday and Sunday. That's right, I spent two days on this thing. I was marathoning the movies while I carved, and this one took up half of 3, and all of 4, 5, and 6. It's crazy man. Be sure to check out the full view for epicness.

So this is actually my 100th carved pumpkin in the 10 years I've been at this. I knew I wanted to go big, so I carved the full crest of Hogwarts, complete with both banners! This one was all me, and all about the shading. It took forever. This thing is so gigantic and detailed, the pictures don't do it justice. I'm really happy with how it turned out, but I regret how long it took. I could have easily carved the other 4 patterns I wanted in the time it took this beast. But it wouldn't be Halloween if I didn't show off just a little :D

Light Version: [link]


Harry Potter and Hogwarts Crest © J.K. Rowling
Carving © Me
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How could I not?

Human, bearded angler, some big feline...and a bit of bear

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Vampire squid (though I was just told it looks like a venus fly trap, which is still cool), lizard, Insect...and a mammal?

This was fun :D

Good luck to everyone joining the contest!

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Because I felt like it
Sorry for the rush.

Thanks Olivia for the help <3!
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Inspired by the lipstick faced demon from the first insidious film.
This piece is made primarily from polymer clay.

Other photos of sculpture here:[link]
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Inspired by the lipstick faced demon from the first insidious film.
This piece is made primarily from polymer clay.


Other photos of sculpture here: [link]
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This is one of my submission variations for the Transformation Challenge.

What programs or tools do you use?
Polymer clay + sculpting tools
Camera (Nikon P330) + tripod
Photoshop CS6
Intuos 4

Where did you find your inspiration for your entry?
For a while I had no idea what to make, that's until I was eating lunch one day and noticed a big nasty bruise on my apple...my idea was born!

How long did it take to complete?
I worked on this piece for about 3 days.

More variations of this entry here: morgansmutations.deviantart.co…
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Vote, if you like him :3

Ej mam nadzieje że wszystko gra o:
Mogę mieć ten podpis skoro font nie jest mój.
uh uh uh.. mam, nadzieje że wszystko ok.

Art by (c) =LiLaiRa
DON'T COPY!
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Na konkurs wacom :)
Wątpię że mam jakiś szanse ale spróbować warto.
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Fire Colossus

Other entries

Air



Death



Water



Life

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Water colossus

My other entries

Air



Death



Fire



Life


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Life Colossus


Air



Death



Water



Fire

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