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SCORPIO SIBLING by Intro-Extro SCORPIO SIBLING by Intro-Extro
Life size ceraramic.
Caution: Attitudes can affect direction of sharp objects in hand.
If you would like to see some of my smaller pieces MsJ777 sells them on line at this link --------------- [link] ----- Thanks 4 lookin
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Phoenix001 Featured By Owner Mar 10, 2008  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
wow amazing! O_O
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boffit Featured By Owner Feb 11, 2007
this is amazing=)
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PensieveScholar Featured By Owner Jan 29, 2005  Hobbyist Photographer
This is AMAZING! It looks so lifelike. :+fav:
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AstuteObservations Featured By Owner Nov 30, 2004  Professional Digital Artist
that face looks EXCELLENT considering you had to work from just a photo. great work!! i really love this!
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Intro-Extro Featured By Owner Dec 1, 2004
Thanks, Im not dis-satisfied, it looks like her but there are details I could have improved with the model present.
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Inter-Aurora Featured By Owner Nov 29, 2004   General Artist
Your talent is just never ending!!
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Intro-Extro Featured By Owner Dec 1, 2004
Thanks, you do pretty good mud-work yourself and wouldn't mind having your model to work from. pure jealousy
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Inter-Aurora Featured By Owner Dec 6, 2004   General Artist
You are being way too kind.
I guess you would like to work from my model, I am sure you could do her justice.
What a waste having models and not having your skill...sigh
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Galhad Featured By Owner Nov 29, 2004
It's excellent!!!
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Intro-Extro Featured By Owner Nov 29, 2004
Thanks, doing the face was a pain, don't like working from photos rather have the person present.
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Galhad Featured By Owner Nov 29, 2004
Oh, when I draw, I prefere to have the photo and not the person... I get very distracted by the person!
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Intro-Extro Featured By Owner Nov 29, 2004
For drawing and especially painting a photos great but going 3-D from 2-D to much information is lost or distorted.
Besides some times you get to add some of the models personality that you may not get from a photo of an unknown model.
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Galhad Featured By Owner Nov 29, 2004
I completly agree with th second part... I never drew yet any person I didn't know in a special way...
Evertime someone I don't really know asked me to be portatrait I was unable to do anything good...
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MsJ777 Featured By Owner Nov 29, 2004
Interesting--in this light, it looks as though I inadvertantly ended up making "Mooney"'s face very similar to your sis's when I gave her plastic surgery ala paperclay.

The treatment of the fabric alone here is impressive, much less the rest of it--you should be swimming in comments very soon...
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Puff-and-huff Featured By Owner Nov 29, 2004
It nice.. I made a monkey once ^^
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Ohno-moment Featured By Owner Nov 29, 2004
Wow
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