After weeks of sculpting, planning and such. I’ve finished my Zabuza figure. All the parts are separate and I don’t plan on glueing them. I am still looking for a matte glaze that will not give my sculpture the shiny look (I want it matte af) and…..odd thing is….I’m planning on making another.
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I had the pleasure to “illustrate” a beautiful and insightful article by David Brooks that appeared in last Sunday’s NYT Review. Many thanks to Art Director Aviva Michaelov.
The first piece is a sculpture made out of polymer clay and painted with acrylic, the second is a ceramic sculpture glazed in matte white and colored in the computer. I went to drop off the pieces at the New York Times building in Times Square, and Tony Cenicola photographed them in the studio . It’s the first time I have been commissioned a sculpture as an illustration; amazing experience!
more planters for your house or apartment or porch or balcony or desk … see, you can put these babies ANYWHERE. huseyinartik’s varied styles are ideal for an instant collection. i love the matte white glaze accents with the terra cotta myself, but they’ve got other colors and shapes to love, too!