Wednesday, February 28, 2007

CentralTechJan_07_2


Posted by Arna:


This model had an athletic and angular frame that inspired this rough treatment. You can see more views of the piece on our Flickr site. Please click the image above and once you're there, click 'all sizes' to view a larger version of the image.

11 comments:

Alina Chau said...

Always inspiring to see your sculpture, love the gesture and expressiveness!!

Steve Daye said...

Very cool! Gotta love Central Tech!

the doodlers said...

Alina, Thanks so much!

Steve, Yup, Central Tech rocks. Nice of you to drop by. Hope all's good in the land of perpetual sun! :)

craig said...

Ah,
Ah, I can almost smell the clay . Great pic!

Grant Alexander said...

I've done some sculpture in school. Whoooweeee! It's difficult, but cool to see your work in the round.

Nice textural, gestural study!

Lubomir said...

Nice! Sculpting is unlike anything else, it's trully creating..this and your other sculptures look great!

the doodlers said...

Craig, Grant, Lubomir. Much appreciated!

Yaxin said...

Fascinating to see the anima taking form from the clay... make me think of the Golem.

the doodlers said...

Hi Yaxin! Nice new 'walking Yaxin' avatar... That image of 'the being becoming' is for me exactly what it feels like to create with the clay. The Golem is a very good analogy. When things work , sculptors are indeed something like little gods, bringing forth the form from the raw stuff. But as with all raw power it gets away on you quite easily... :)

Cheers!

Michelle said...

This looks great! Thanks for adding me to your links, I've also added you guys to mine.

the doodlers said...

Thanks Michelle! Nice to have this renewed communication, and thanks for the link back.

Cheers!

A & J