This is a study after my favorite sculpture by Rodin, Age of Bronze. I wanted to do it for a long time, but I was never in the mood to start working on it.
The basemesh was one form an older model that was posed using the transpose master.
Last edited by undoz; 05-08-08 at 12:47 PM.
It was worth the wait! Great job.
Great Work! I did a quick search on google for ref of the original and could only find grainy ,poorly lit and generally low quality photos. Did you have to interpret much? None the less superb sculpting!
awesome! I love the facial expression, it completes the pose! congrats, great work!
WOW! Greate man!!!
Nice level of detail.
***** for good beginning!
Last edited by andreja; 05-07-08 at 02:09 AM.
j lizzle I had some problems with the reference and I had to interpret a lot of areas. I've seen a cast of it at V&A in London, but unfortunately I haven't gathered reference at that time. Also it is very hard to interpret the black patina version. I hope to see the original plaster at the Hermitage someday. Thanks!
iatriki thanks man!
andreja thank you! I also like your studies of Rodin.
this is funny because you both posted the same rodin sculpture in the same day, its interesting to see how you both interpreted the statue.
i hope you dont mind some C&C, i think that the feet could use a little more definition and the abdominal muscles do not seem anatomically correct.
heres that other guys post:
Of course I don't mind, thanks for the suggestions. I've revisited those areas and I've updated the image.
really nice work, man..
nothing else to say.
A really beautiful sculpt