An artsy renaissance man; A designer, an Illustrator, a Photographer, a Sculptor, a Model Converter & Painter. I enjoy all aspects of creativity and while I don't proclaim to be the best at anything, I know a bit about most things creative. I enjoy all things evil.eyeoferror.blogspot.com
I been an artist for 9 years now, starting from scratch and slowly learning and growing over time. I have sold my artwork around the world, starting with latex masks, props, resin maquette's and now I am doing resin busts. I've taught myself a wide variety of skills throughout the years, none I am 100% satisfied with. But I hope one day I will be known as one of the better artists in this world.pilcrowdesigns.deviantart.com
Inspired by both myth and film, sculptor Jake Corrick recreates and reimagines what makes a monster. His work focuses on creating creatures and characters that are influenced by fantasy, but based in reality. Using a combination of realistic anatomies and his own design sensibility, Jake sculpts interpretations of the monsters that have enthralled him since he was young.www.jakecorrick.com
Twisted somewhere between the then and now, visions have plagued me. Art is my only antidote. Refining my skills and techniques to anatomically draw the figure, focusing on rendering with intricate detail through many media, the characters and creatures conjured reflect a relationship amongst themselves and also with their environment, often in tales of innocence, dark romance, duality, and fear. With a stroke of my brush, layer upon layer of color saturates the paint surface to illuminate the lights and deepen the shadows, capturing three-dimensional forms in a two-dimensional restraint.
Conversely through painting, I have been drawn to the world of special effects, exploring the boundaries of sculpture by applying my two-dimensional designs to three-dimensional make-up effects and prosthetics. Through this combination of visual and performing art, I can create something more than just a fixed scene or expression on canvas or stone; I create a simulation of life itself.
As the creator, I strive for perfection in realism, to continuously grow as an artist in everything that I do. Looking up to the Renaissance masters Michelangelo, Da Vinci, Caravaggio, and the countless others who held a standard of art that is absent from the world today, I aspire to reach the perfection of that golden age of art. Despite the familiar connotation of the word "effects," the name "KOSART Effects" not only encompasses my alter ego of special effects, but also of all my art and everything that I am. The word "effect" means "end result" and “the extent to which something succeeds." In a way, "KOSART Effects" is more of a promise to myself and to the world, a promise best said in Mary Shelley's Frankenstein, "So much has been done. More, far more, will I achieve; treading in the footsteps already marked, I will pioneer a new way, explore unknown powers, and unfold to the world the deepest mysteries of creation."www.kosarteffects.com
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Josef Von Stauffenburg is a sculptor and metalworker whose artistic career began with robotics. After a somewhat successful run in robot combat, he took the skills he learned and applied them to blacksmithing and foundry work. He began experimenting with metal using his homemade forge and progressed to small-scale sand and lost-foam casting. He soon found wax as a viable medium for his work and began sculpting. He takes his sculptures all the way through from conception to casting to finish work, having a hand in all parts of the production process.www.forlornfoundry.com
Magic Sculpt is a two part self hardening epoxy clay. It can be mixed and molded by hand or machine. It is non-toxic making it great for hand sculpting and molding. It has approximately a 3 hour working time from mixing to hardening and can be sanded, drilled or modified with carving tools after hardening. It accepts most paints and is outdoor or underwater durable! Magic-Sculpt adheres to most surfaces include foam, wood, glass, stone, clay, and most anything else. Also works as a bonding agent between two different materials.www.magic-sculpt.com
With spider webs spun from the heels of her stilettos to the tips of her fingers, you’re bound to be tempted by the fourth in this series by artist Pennington. Ready to pounce at a moment’s notice, our temptress draws upon the mythical legend of the Lydian maiden that the goddess Minerva transformed into a spider. This intricately sculpted, quality designer resin Toscano exclusive is finely hand-painted one piece at a time as a distinctive collectible.
By artist Candice Pennington$35 @ Design Toscano