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An unusual project, but lots of fun to make!
This was a lot of fun to make for my 3D project at College ^^

Simple to do- just time consuming and a little bit intricate in places. I used a mannequin to do mine as a willing volunteer was unavailable at the time to keep still until the paper mache dried XD

The bumps, bulges, veins and eye were all created with either rolled up balles or sausages of kitchen roll, paper mache'd onto the already kichen rolled mannequin (use newspaper first then do the final 2-3 layers with kitchen roll, gives a nicer finish). The tubes were stuck through holes I made with my scalpel and the 'staples' are actually bits of wire, because I couldn't find any stapels- same effect from the front though, just be careful of the sharp bits at the back!

Oh, and there's a bar code/registration mark thing I painted on the right side but I don't think you can see it in the pic...

It looks cool on my wall :D

I actively encourage you all to give it a go! It's such fun experimenting with different styles!

xxx Taz

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Demonymphetamine · Turmero, Aragua, VE · 49 projects
very artistic ..i hope can talk to you about things without tabu...see yaaa
Natalia H.
Natalia H. · Haifa, IL · 17 projects
I remember something similar in my school, from the old students works... It was a mannequin torso (with head) with screws stucking on its back/spine.. I remember I drew it like five times from different angles XD
Taz Fox
Taz Fox · 3 projects
^^ thanks guys!

Janie R.
Janie R. · Eastern, Kentucky, US · 25 projects
WOW! That's beautiful, in a weird sort of way. You did a really great job, I hope you got an A on your project!
Amy T.
Amy T. · 14 projects
It looks really fun and crazy! great job, love it!

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