They look great. I really like the skull one.
You must have received top scores in 6th grade then....these area awesome!!!Last year I created my first gargoyle (based on the tutorial posted at Stalloween) - I'm building five more this year, and thought I'd share. My first one is completely done, second will be finished tomorrow, and three more in the works. They stand about 19-20 inches tall, and have a wingspan of around 22-23 inches.
They are constructed of almost all re-purposed materials - pizza boxes, pop bottles, paper mache and paper mache clay.
Please be kind - the last sculpting I did before these was a unicorn head in 6th grade LOL
Gargoyle #1 - 2013 (finished):
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Gargoyle #2 - 2014 (finished):
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Gargoyle #3 - 2014 (in progress - final paint tomorrow!!):
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Gargoyle #4 - 2014 (in progress):
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Gargoyle #5 - 2014 (in progress):
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I've posted pics of them in the various construction phases, as well as some of the other props I've built in the past. These are a LOT of work...but I'm having a blast with them!
Thank you! I am always working into the wee hoursWhoa! Where'd you come from!?! I was just checking out the rest of your photos. You're...prolific! You must be working waaaay into the wee hours.
Really love the texturing on the gargoyles.
Not sure what you'd price them for... if you can find the right audience I'm sure you could charge a fair bit - they really are beautifully done.
I wonder if you should put one out on display with a few business cards - maybe you can get some custom work - might be able to charge a bit more for that (but there's the question of how much again).
Anyway, welcome to the forums! You've got a great spirit - it's good to have you here.