Friday, November 12, 2010

Inspired by African masks

11 comments:

  1. Wow, I really do admire your style. it's so full of expression and personality. I hope that you one day get an idea for your own story to use all these magnificent characters you're making. it would be wonderful to see it alive as well.

    This character looks so calm and hollow, in an elegant way. With the short hair and the long neck, she seems to appear like someone important who could pierce right through your thoughts. Mean or good, I can't tell, but her emotionless expression makes it feel like she has a story to tell either way.
    I really like it!

    I wonder how you do your clay works (at least it looks like clay? or is it a drawing? because if it is, you really made it look real like woah). how they are built up? it would be awesome to learn a few tricks \>w</♥

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  2. I'm so so glad to find your blog, sir. I'm a huge fan of your work.

    All the best with everything and look forward to seeing more posts from you.

    Best regards,
    Charles Santoso

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  3. I like the long neck, with the buttons!

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  4. Great sculp! i love the "geometry" work on this piece. Thanks for sharing!

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  5. really love this one !!!!
    excellent work!!!

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  6. wow,i don't know how express my feeling about finding your blog,you are one of my inspiring artist to become a character artist.......

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  7. The popularity of this piece was a pleasant surprise, and I'd like to thank everyone for their comments. I do a lot of studio work so I rarely have the opportunity to realize my own personal vision into tangible form. I definitely plan to continue exploring further in this direction.

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  8. such a great sculpture :)
    I am so glad I find your blog
    hope to see more your amazing art in the future :)

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  9. Gorgeous!!
    like everything else you make :)
    I'd love to see more, and to see more angles of the same sculpture.
    so inspiring!

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