Warrior by goddessart


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Added: May 24, 2004
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12" Aves Apoxie Sculpt over wire armature painted with acrylics - collaboration with J.P. Targete. Inspired by 'Lord of the Rose' by Targete.

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goddessart's picture

Dearest Jeff, I am so excited you're getting some Aves Apoxie Sculpt! Be sure to email me privately so that I can send you some instructions that will ease your way with this material. Of course you must let me see your progress as well.

thejeff's picture

great work rebecca! you are really on to something. i am anxiously awaiting the arrival of my sticky goo so i can try my hand at this. your beautiful hand painting will be hard to rival, i am thinking.

goddessart's picture

Hey you! Where have you been? Unfortunately, I'm not going to Atlanta this year, but maybe I'll send it on with JP. Thanks Patrick! Give Vickie a hug for me.

goddessart's picture

Hey thanks JP! It was great seeing you in Orlando...look forward to the next time.

pakage's picture

Good stuff, Goddess! JP must be proud too. Hope you'll be able to bring that to Atlanta, I'd love to see it in person.

Guest's picture

Hey there!,

Is this the new painted version? looks greattttttt! beautiful job Rebecca I'm floored and cant wait to see it.


goddessart's picture

Thank you Scott! The armor was, time consuming... I'd love to see you sculpt. Your Vampire Goddess would be an awesome sculpt. Go for it!

sdavis123061's picture

WOW! That is excellent work Rebecca. The detail in that armor is superb. I always wanted to try my hand at serious sculpting but haven't gotten around to it yet. It's a piece like this that inspires me to want to try it even more. Great work.

Art at its best.