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Sculpted head for a relic stahlhem

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    Thought to post a cast of a clay modelled head i made inside a shrapnel damaged helmet , the head i cast in jesmonite. im not sure if to eventually cast both parts in metal or not , the assembly is quite contemporary in mixed found modelled form , in bronze both head and helmet will merge together .
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    I love they way you have it set kind of like he died and thats how he fell its quite wonderful just how it is now

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    Hi Rob ,nice to hear from you again, another remarkable piece of work, you amaze me with your modelling skills, regards Dave

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    Very nice! I wish I owned such skills.

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    Has the poignant look of a death mask, I like it as it is. I think casting all in metal will take some of that poignancy away.
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    Looks well executed (no pun intended).

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