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Kena Vermonna saved to Ilustracje ✏️✏️✏️
There's a reason that the Greeks and Romans spent countless hours making sculptures of the woman's form. Women. Are. Beautiful! All shapes. All sizes. The simple yet complex beauty of our Female Body Sculpture will add a feminine touch to any space. Please note: Each sculpture is handmade so variations are to be expected. Colors: Beige, Light Tan, Brown Dimensions: Appx. 4 1/2 in. tall, 2 1/2 in. wide
Soothe & Sage saved to Products
Faces are distorted in extraordinary ways in this sculptor's surreal work. Perhaps they are visualizations of internal struggles. What do you think?
Edward Begnaud saved to emcbjr
Mays: two creative twins (@mays.archive) posted on Instagram: “Kitties overload 🥰 We're gonna post these babies one at a time, they're all gonna have their moment to shine on their own 😇…” • Nov…
14.9k Likes, 47 Comments - Mays: two creative twins (@mays.archive) on Instagram: “Kitties overload 🥰 We're gonna post these babies one at a time, they're all gonna have their…”
Raysha Abreu saved to Biscuit
Award winning artist Nick Mackman explains how she models a pet cat sculpture commission for a client from the United States.
These brilliant sculptures show the complex and unique journeys that different women are on.
Sculptor Johnson Tsang (previously) continues to push realism’s boundaries in his sculptures of faces that are stretched and opened up in surreal ways. In his latest series, Open Mind, Tsang incorporates hand gestures and metaphorical materials like growing leaves and rippling water to convey a sense of open-mindedness in his sculptures. The artist shares with Colossal that he has always been creative, but due to an impoverished upbringing and poor grades in school, he initially focused on…
tonya rohrs saved to art
Wondrously detailed worlds emerge from busts of youthful women in clay sculptures by Chinese artist Yuanxing Liang. Ambling trees, bridges, and temples emerge from the figures’ hairline, fusing realism and fantasy in smooth resin. Despite their complex design, Liang occasionally creates small editions of his sculptures. The artist is a gradute of the Sichuan Academy of Fine Arts. You can see more of his intricately wrought fantasy worlds on Weibo. More
Henry Frechette saved to Sculpture
In this video you can study step by step how to sculpt human lips using clay. Here I show you few easy techniques and hope this will be helpful who wants to ...
Andrea Bernard saved to Pappmaché