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Goddessartist

(2,065 posts)
Tue Dec 12, 2023, 09:19 AM Dec 2023

The Little Thief

Here's a full sculpture I made around a decade or so ago. She's fully sculpted from Aves Apoxie Sculpt (http://avesstudio.com) over wire and foam armature, painted with acrylics, with wool hair. A Metro bus driver in Kent I think bought her.





She's a Sprite that 'collects' beautiful pieces of jewelry.

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The Little Thief (Original Post) Goddessartist Dec 2023 OP
Spectacular. sinkingfeeling Dec 2023 #1
Thanks! Goddessartist Dec 2023 #2
Wow. I am just blown away Diamond_Dog Dec 2023 #3
Gee, thanks! Goddessartist Dec 2023 #4
Gorgeous piece! GiqueCee Dec 2023 #5
Thanks so much! Goddessartist Dec 2023 #6
It has its moments... GiqueCee Dec 2023 #7
Oh very cool! Goddessartist Dec 2023 #8

Goddessartist

(2,065 posts)
4. Gee, thanks!
Tue Dec 12, 2023, 10:29 AM
Dec 2023

I've been creating fantasy things since I was a wee girl. I had vision problems and could only see very close up. I've become a visual artist despite my eye problems, or maybe because of them. There's an entire community of sculptors you may be interested in. The Shifflett Brothers forum on FB is a great place to see lots of different and amazing pieces.

Thanks again!

GiqueCee

(903 posts)
5. Gorgeous piece!
Tue Dec 12, 2023, 07:33 PM
Dec 2023

Before the advent of 3-D printing, I would sculpt macquettes – miniature representations of animatronic figures the company I work for creates – from Super Sculpy. Apoxie Sculpt is WAY more durable and doesn't have to be baked.

Nice work!

Goddessartist

(2,065 posts)
6. Thanks so much!
Tue Dec 12, 2023, 08:45 PM
Dec 2023

I love Aves! Polymer clay releases phthalates into the skin, so I stopped using it over 20 years ago.

That must be a great job!

Goddessartist

(2,065 posts)
8. Oh very cool!
Thu Dec 14, 2023, 07:48 AM
Dec 2023

My friend Bob Eggleton is known for his Godzilla paintings. I'd so love to see your work!

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