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porcelain (massive)
original, unique piece

L: 9cm, l: 6cm, H: 8cm

price: 200 EUR , SOLD
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:iconkisekigeijutsu:
KisekiGeijutsu Apr 18, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
Cool!!!
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darkSoundWave Apr 18, 2013  Professional Traditional Artist
200 EUR? dont you think youre pushing it over the line a bit?
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I always get mixed reactions to this one. Some ask me why not more. I priced it like this because it's a rather important concept from the earliest period of my creative art and also my second sculpture. Of course technically it's not overly accomplished, but at the same time I think making it more refined would remove some of the feel around it. And either way I don't think I'll go in that direction again, not like this anyway. The price... well, I sell my original drawings at around 100 EUR with frame or laminated, this is a bit more.
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:iconmaybe-paper-hearts:
oh so creative, so cool, as always!
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fawad87 Apr 17, 2013  Student
this is coooooooool!
teacher u r awesome!
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:iconiastartov:
Despite it's old work I like it.
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darkSoundWave Apr 1, 2013  Professional Traditional Artist
why make it so poor in quality? It doesnt look like its abstract or stylized kind of poor in quality it just looks like something some teenager has made.
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I WAS a teenager when I made it :D and people still love it twelve years after, each time I exhibit it or photos of it
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darkSoundWave Apr 1, 2013  Professional Traditional Artist
read the other comments. could have added its 10 years old in your description lol.
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:iconnegativefeedback:
no problem :) yeah I have to work more on the technique
basically when you sculpt, getting the shape to be really precise is hard. sometimes you spend more time polishing your piece than what you did on sculpting
and it really depends on materials, I've been dying to try some of those Monster Clay or Chavant people use for action figures etc.
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