Monday, October 18, 2010

IF: Spooky


I usually hate for work to pull a double duty...being the elitist I am and all...but with four million meetings and a lot of grading I had to bow to the pressure. I got tired (again) of seeing the kids have all the fun in class...we were working on an assignment involving making maquettes and I wanted to play too. So I did. I'm hopefully going to get a chance to photograph the student work and will include a link to it too...many turned out very well for only the second attempt at sculpy and I'm excited to see how things progress for them.

I had only worked in sculpy once before myself while making a very rough item to do some light work. I enjoyed the problem solving that went along with working in a pretty new medium...Our next stab will be making another head and then a fully body detailed maquette.


16 comments:

dthaase said...

wow - that is fantastic - what a piece

Shalini said...

Love it!!! What an idea

steve said...

Love it Brian! Looking forward to seeing what your students made as well!

Candace Trew Camling said...

totally rad! I freaking love his details!

froggie said...

he is dinosaurally anatomically spectacular, bb...great sculpting!

Beenznrice Illustration and Graphic Design said...

this is awesome. how long did it take you to create this?

Caroline said...

Glad you got to play too! This is great (if a bit spooky!).

Brine Blank said...

Thanks all...took me about 7 hours total...sculpy is fun...wish I had someone that was more involved with it to teach me some tricks...

penelopeneal said...

AMAZING!

roberta baird said...

Awesome work!

Juan said...

What a wonderful piece Brian! Awesome!!

stephane lauzon said...

Amazing ! :)

Coreopsis said...

Nice! I really like the sculpy quality of it, and the folds and texture (and teeth!). This really looks like fun. I'd like to be doing this too.

Jack Foster said...

Wow Brine! You handle that sculpy like a pro!! Fantastic!!

Sally Taylor said...

I love sculpy! I always tell my kids if they can draw they can also sculpt. The visualization process is the same. You look like you have been using this media for years!

JON said...

HOLY COW!!!