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Gimli Statue. Sculpted for Sideshow Collectibles. Wax, Balsa Foam, Entire piece stands 14", 2010.
Final approved sculpture. Critiques are not welcomed. Thank you for understanding.

Axes by Oliver Brig.

Follow the link to Sideshow Collectibles to find out how to order: [link]

I've had numerous requests to see the finished, unpainted sculpt, so here he is.
Image size
2448x3264px 2.71 MB
IMAGE DETAILS
Make
Konica Minolta Camera, Inc.
Model
DiMAGE A2
Shutter Speed
1/25 second
Aperture
F/3.5
Focal Length
21 mm
ISO Speed
100
Date Taken
Jul 7, 2010, 1:17:31 AM
Software
DiMAGE A2 Ver.1.00
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fanai59's avatar
fanai59|Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Lovely piece, have captured both his detailed armour  and very much his essence
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cameosis's avatar
details is nice but right shoulder looks as if dislocated.
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philback|Professional Interface Designer
wow it is such a privilege to see this kind of behind-the-scenes work from a modern master like you Tim! I love sideshow products and when I see the kind of passionate work you put into these things... just makes the whole end product so much more meaningful and worth the investment. thank you!
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TKMillerSculpt|Professional Artist
Thank you!
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AliasGhost|Professional Traditional Artist
That's some astounding work there, detail, lines, likeness. It must have been a logistical nightmare to break that down.
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TKMillerSculpt|Professional Artist
He was a bit much at times.
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clayjase69's avatar
Amazing work
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Daystar-Art|Hobbyist General Artist
Hey there, it's feature time: [link] :)
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CrocInCrocs|Student General Artist
wuooah. Great job
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TKMillerSculpt|Professional Artist
Thanks!
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superhippieman|Professional Traditional Artist
amazing. did you use a stamp on that chanmail? ( i will understand completly if you do not wish to say)
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TKMillerSculpt|Professional Artist
Thanks! And no stamps were used on this, each link was done by hand.
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superhippieman|Professional Traditional Artist
amazing work. I tip my hat to you....although i don't much wear hats, but still, good job ;)
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dullpanic|Hobbyist Digital Artist
I wished i didn't suck at subtractive sculpture
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TKMillerSculpt|Professional Artist
Like everything else, it's just a matter of practice.

My style of sculpting is really a blend of additive and subtractive.
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dullpanic|Hobbyist Digital Artist
Augh too much algebra D:
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CarlShinyama|Hobbyist Digital Artist
I might have to add sculpting to my bucket list. That's how inspiring I find your work :)
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TKMillerSculpt|Professional Artist
Thanks for the kind words!
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CarlShinyama|Hobbyist Digital Artist
You're welcome!
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Murcielago-77|Student Filmographer
very nice. What did you make the weapons out of?
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MarkRaats's avatar
Magnificent work - my warmest congratulations….
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StudioJsculpts|Professional Traditional Artist
This kicks ass!!
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TKMillerSculpt|Professional Artist
Thanks Lon!
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