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Old 03-14-2022, 08:58 AM   #31
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ON THE SHOW SIDE



MARK NEWMAN
"I always drew and played with clay since I can remember"

Mark Newman is a world famous sculptor for the Movie Visual Effects industry, Collectibles and Fine Art worlds. He graduated from the Academy of Art university with a Degree in Illustration and started work immediately sculpting and prototyping for 'Collectibles' companies, including work for clients such as Bowen Designs, Department 56, Hallmark, Sideshow Collectibles, Lenox Inc, and Lead sculptor on the collectible line "Ebony visions". Mark also has a distinguished career designing and sculpting for Special FX and video game companies, including Dreamworks, Electronic Arts, Tony McVey, and Tippett Studios. He has also beeen commissioned for Bronze sculptures for Stanford University Sports Dept. and Bronze Fireplace facades for George Lucas and The Skywalker Ranch. view more of Mark's works here: http://marknewman.deviantart.com/gallery/ Mark is also one of the few artists who has a successful fine art career as well as his commercial work.










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Old 03-17-2022, 04:22 PM   #32
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THE WOODS HAVE EYES



BRUNO WALPOTH

Bruno Walpoth's human figures created from limewood or walnut come about as a result of his meeting and dealing with models. On a scale of one-to-one, the bodies, lines and forms of the few young, gaunt men and the myriad of beautiful women take shape from the block of wood by means of his hands. Although Walpoth is attracted to producing concrete likenesses of body parts, such as a shoulder or ankle, and he is pleased with the successful outcome, his concern is not only for a hyper-realistic portrait of the person who stands before him. In his or her outward appearance, the model serves as a cover surface for implied projections. Granted, the facial features and body forms correspond to those of the models, but Bruno Walpoth reduces the strong individual characteristics of the personality in his sculptural representation - those that would constitute the individuality in the classical sense of the portrait.






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Old 03-22-2022, 04:54 PM   #33
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DON'T CALL ME A DOLL



VIRGINIE ROPARS
born in Brittany in 1976, is a sculptor who lives and works in Brittany.

Her works are at the confluence of sculpture, doll, fashion and illustration. They are visions full of marvelous, and often dark. Femininity takes a large place there. A personal universe that she first expressed through drawing. After studying graphic design, she works as a 2D/3D graphic designer for the video game industry and the animated series for television.

Virginie Ropars exhibits in various countries in Europe, for fairs or exhibitions, as well as in the United States and Russia. Her work has been shown in many magazines and publications. Her work on the character Jack from the book 'The Plucker' by the American artist Brom, received the Spectrum 19 Gold Award in 2012, she also received the Spectrum 20 Gold Award in 2013 for a personal work, Acanthophis III.
In addition to her personal work, she often collaborates with other artists, mainly illustrators, such as Brian Froud, Olivier Ledroit, Barbara Canepa, Jean-Sebastien Rossbach, Brom on volume pieces from their universes.










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Old 03-26-2022, 06:46 PM   #34
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FOREVER YOUNG



BERIT HILDRE
was born in 1964 in Norway, and sculpts little girls in bronze.

"My little girls are like flowers, wonderfully fresh and beautiful, vulnerable, at the mercy of so many things that can, in an instant, destroy this little miracle; a daisy, a little girl? Little girls believe in angels, fairies, princes and magicians.
Little girls collect all sorts of things; strange pebbles, feathers of angels, nuts fallen from a tree, empty little boxes and secrets in the palm of their hand."


A little softness in this world of brutes...


So What?


Justine


Secret


Sisters


Mistake


Hoop


Amandine


Martine Marjolaine

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Old 03-27-2022, 08:19 PM   #35
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I WANT TO BE A BIRD... OR A SUPER HERO



JORGE MARIN

With more than 30 years of career, Jorge Marin (Mexico, 1963) is one of the most known figurative artists in Mexico. Throughout his career, his artistic work has been multifaceted, which has allowed him to cover different disciplines and work with several materials; nevertheless, his creative research led him to bronze and, since then, this metal became his distinctive sign. Thanks to its process, this material enables the artist to reproduce the perfection of anatomical details and the sensation of living matter. Therefore, with his bronzes, he has ventured into different sculptural dimensions, ranging from miniature to monumental sculpture, formats that he has exhibited in Mexico and abroad, redefining public space, generating an unprecedented dialogue between art and audience. His works attest the movement of millions of Mexicans and have incorporated art into everyday life.


















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Old 03-31-2022, 07:30 PM   #36
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Alberto ... I was wondering... The thread " Sexy creatures" clearly has more success than this thread. Could you, if you don't mind, could you have an idea to boost this thread ?










A swimmer? A female swimmer ?
Mmmmh...You know what, Alberto ? I think it's a great great idea.
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Old 03-31-2022, 07:30 PM   #37
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BATHERS AND HOT WATER



CAROLE FEUERMAN
is recognized as one of the pioneering figures of hyperrealistic sculpture with Hanson and De Andrea in the late 1970s. Her sculptures represent striking models of realism.

It combines conventional materials such as bronze, resin, steel with more amazing materials such as water, light, sound, video to create hybrid works that provoke strong emotions among the public.

Art historian John T. Spike called her the "queen of super-realism", consolidating her place in art history.

Carole A. Feuerman's prolific career spans four decades and four continents.


















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Old 04-01-2022, 10:40 AM   #38
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wowzers these are all amazing. thanks Frenchie
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Old 04-04-2022, 02:26 PM   #39
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ONE PIXEL IS MISSING ( I THINK )



HAN HSU TUNG

Taiwanese artist Han Hsu-Tung sculpts in blocks of wood, adding and eliminating parts in the form of cubes that give each subject a futuristic or even digital appearance.

Han Hsu-Tung?s work seems to come from a bug in the matrix, it alludes to our relationship with screens and digital. It wants to denounce our artificial world constantly immersed in a stream of distorted images.


















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Old 04-04-2022, 02:43 PM   #40
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wowzers these are all amazing. thanks Frenchie
The best is yet to come!



Relax, Effy. No more dolls, I promise.
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