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Twist-tie Viking by TheTwistTieGuy Twist-tie Viking by TheTwistTieGuy
This is one of my latest twist-tie sculptures, his viking name is Sveinbj÷rn Sty­ingR! This guy was done a little bit after summer vacation, He's about a foot tall and long and around five inches deep. He took around 50 hours to complete.
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Cyber-Ella Featured By Owner May 2, 2011  Student General Artist
That is awesome.
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TwistieCrafter Featured By Owner Nov 14, 2010
That sir is some fine craftsmanship. I would still love to know how you make the bodies for these types of creations.
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skyguy149 Featured By Owner Sep 21, 2009
im lovin this! awsome!!!, you might not kno this but im in the twisty tie art as well...

ive already gotten my own art show in the Art Hop Show!

i even signed up on devient just to comment yu he he.

heres my email if yu wanna chat
wallers@c-zone.net
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crooked-straightline Featured By Owner Aug 23, 2008
Wow. That's all I can say.
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Death-Pony7 Featured By Owner Feb 27, 2008  Professional General Artist
This is awesome!!!! So much detail!!!
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hen-na-neko Featured By Owner Jun 5, 2007
Your viking is the awesome
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HeartfeltAria Featured By Owner May 30, 2007
Awesome! And even though "advanced critique" is encouraged, I'm not so sure how "advanced" a critique I can give seeing as I have no idea how you did this. I'll try, though! ^.^ Hmmm... the hand on the bottom part of the axe looks longer than the other? Though, maybe that's because I can't see the other as well. Also, his center of gravity seems a bit awkward. he looks to be leaning to the side a bit, and with the axe in that position, I don't think he'd lean back in that way. Though if he's walking... xD See what I mean? I really don't know what I am talking about. But, great job, I have to admit! I agree with Bin-Bin- I'd never have such patience! ^O^
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TheTwistTieGuy Featured By Owner Jun 2, 2007   Artisan Crafter
Thank you for your wonderful comment! It is much appreciated!
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hibiki-chan Featured By Owner May 29, 2007
Sorry, forgot to comment.

Just, first off, that is INCREDIBLY cool. Fifty hours? I would never have the patience.

Did you roll the twist-ties to get them small enough to make the hair? That's kind of what it looks like.
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TheTwistTieGuy Featured By Owner Jun 2, 2007   Artisan Crafter
I did, in fact I even braided some of the hair and tied little bows in it :D
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hibiki-chan Featured By Owner Jun 3, 2007
That is just amazing.
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DaVince21 Featured By Owner Dec 30, 2006
Wow, love the axe. And the armor. Great jorb. :)
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Bohemic-Servant Featured By Owner Dec 27, 2006  Hobbyist General Artist
how do you do that weaving...? its a bit like sowing isn't it? when I've been doing wire-art it's more of a wrapping thing than weaving... its really cool! :D TEACH ME OH WISE ONE!
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kiebitz Featured By Owner Dec 26, 2006
WOW, he is very expressive with his movements and the flying hair, acting very realistic, also you've chosen very good colors... :thumbsup:
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