Thursday, July 11, 2013

Hat

This is a detail shot of a sculpture that I created in Super Sculpey as light and shadow reference for an oil painting that I'm working on.

8 comments:

  1. Kent, I'd given up hope of you ever updating this blog again. That's a lovely sculpture. Please don't abandon us again for so long.

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  2. Not sure if my post from your much earlier entry with the dragon so may be repetitious, are you the same Kent that spent time at TR grade school?

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  3. I wonder if I have any of the awesome Batman and Robin "Pow". "Wham" art you did, or the mice characters, or the characatures. I will be digging through the old boxes! Jerry Young

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    1. Yep, I'm the same Kent. It's great to hear from you. I hope life is treating you well.
      ~Kent

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  4. Kent, it was a pleasure to get to see this beautiful sculpture in real life. I love original creativity. There is no one any better at creativity then you.
    Your Facebook page is great, millions will be sure to check it out. I tried to figure out how to be one of your friends but couldn't. I'll keep trying till I do.
    My felling are the same on all you have posted here on your blog.
    Thank you for sharing to the world.
    Bob

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  5. Kent how large is this sculpture. I am wondering how you get such fine detail around the eyes if the sculpture was small? You have said that the sculpey you use isn't really hard so are you using dental tools to get the details?

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    1. The head is about about an inch and a half in length not including her hat. I don't use dental tools. I chose to carve in the detail work with small wire tools by Kemper to sculpt her eyes. There is a photo of my sculpting tools on my Facebook page.

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    Sell your Artwork

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