the way you've sculpted the muscles is very impressive.
Very cool to see your process. Looking forward to seeing this one finished!
Beautiful!Can I ask what clay you use?Thanks :0)
gah, This makes me want to do something in sculpy. Great Work!
Wondeeeerful! Just some days ago I bought myself clay. I think I'll make a lion or something, after seeing this x)
Thanks for posting your process. Nice work, Andrew :)
thanks everyoneAndy: I'm using grey super sculpey
never stop growing Andrew :)
Thanks for answering my question Andrew :)
I love this, wonderful force and those charcoal brushes are really insane. Would love to see some more stuffs on them. Warm wishes Gulzar
Looking good!Looking forward to the finished giraffe...
Very very impressive!!
Fantastic process !
you evolve with each post , exploring and experimenting :) ) goes without saying love what u've posted but what i love the most is your affection towards these themes:)it's very inspiring :
C'est vraiment tres beau, j'aime trop!!!! :):):) J'adore! et vraiment tres impressionant..!!
I am amazed by how your involvement and love for this shows right through it :) Oh, and a happy new year!
Wow, this is great!
So good! Is this free standing or mounted to the wood? Like everyone else said, I'm looking forward to seeing the finished piece.
Keith: thanks for the comment, this is a freestanding sculpture. It took a bit of work to get it balancing properly.
haha I bet! Those skinny legs are probably trembling. It's a great sculp, I love the sharp angles, especially in the stomach and shoulder areas.
That's a very nice sculpture, how long did you spend on it?
Frank- I spent about 4-5 hours on this.
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