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a work of clay(and geekiness)
« on: 13 Jan 2007, 13:15 »

Okay, back when I was a World of Warcrack addict, I made a couple things in my art class in high school to reflect it. They've been sitting on my shelf for a while, but I figure, meh. I brought them north to remind me of Texas, so yeah. I don't claim to be skilled, but I think they turned out pretty well.

This first one is a troll, white clay, painted. Not really sure what he was supposed to be, but its more or less just a statue
with a removable head

This next one is actually based off of Native American Storyteller dolls, where it would depict an elder or a mother with a young child or two explaining the mysteries of the universe. I forget which exact culture does this, though its from somewhere in Mexico, I think. So I didn't really pay much attention to my art teacher, so sue me. She was evil.
Yeah, I mean, "I won't kill and eat you if you won't kill and eat me" is typically a ground rule for social groups.


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Re: a work of clay(and geekiness)
« Reply #1 on: 15 Jan 2007, 10:10 »

I can't see the Storyteller very well, but the troll is pretty neat!  Well done, from a girl who can still only make snakes out of clay.
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