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Head Sculpture by alanbecker Head Sculpture by alanbecker
another 3D Design class project - make your head out of cardboard. This is basically what my head would look like without hair.
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BearTrack Sep 25, 2011  Student Traditional Artist
We had to do this for our art class too!
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:iconidansteiner:
Wow! looks good
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alx234 May 18, 2010  Professional Digital Artist
amazin~
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DarrianAshoka Jan 2, 2010  Professional General Artist
I can see from this how you have a good aptitude for geometry and spacial arrangement. This will serve you well to do most anything you want to create functional 3D projects like I have and make a good living. This is a rare trait from what I've seen.
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:iconamacito-productions:
OMG...I think I know what art school and maybe even what professor you have for this class. Lol I know a bunch of people at my school who have done this same project, or will anyway.
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:iconrandomjisatsu:
What sort of base did you use to start off with (if any)?
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CottonConfection Dec 9, 2009  Hobbyist General Artist
Looks great so far! Gosh, we had to do that project too. It was EXTREMELY challenging. Hats off to those who made theirs look jaw-droppingly accurate. Not an easy project :heart: good luck on the hair!
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Mirsad77 Nov 10, 2009  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
really nice work!

but i dont think its anatomically correct..
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:icondestroyerarts:
cool !!
how did you do that ?
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Mean-Green-92 Nov 4, 2009  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
amazingly good job :thumbsup:
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