That's a very "realistic" statue, very honest and interesting!God bless you!Cezar
such weariness of life in this figure.
My artistic prejudice is still lingering between 17th and 19th century, but I like what you visually got from this!
wow light and real-sculpture is amazing!
That certainly grabs your attention.
Fascinating image and well taken. You have some great pictures on here.
Frighteningly life like! An amazing art piece!
Oh my gosh, he looks so real! the lights make me think of tanning beds for some reason.
When I saw the thumbnail, I thought it was a real person! I like this as it looks so realistic and you captured it so well.
The reality of this one is like getting hit in the gut! Superb! Scary, but superb! Reality like this can only be captured in a sculpture like this if it has been known by the artist -- either physically or mentally/emotionally. Terrific, JM! Sylvia
Not sure if I like it, but very interesting nevertheless
Hmmm...don't know what to say. I don't think I'd pay to see it, but it certainly is intriguing. For some reason it reminds me of a soldier cleaning up after a battle...And I must say that you did a great job exposing this shot - what with all that light in the background.I also see that you're having a problem with your "My other blogs" gadget. Very frustrating. Only a few of my blogs are showing a picture.Blogger is bogged down today it seems.Hope you're having a great weekend.
Could be London on Saturday night
He really looks tired.
Tão real que parece dificil crer que seja só resina!
Oh my gosh this is fabulous!!
Too realistic for me. Almost sad. MB
ReaListic and great light.
This is a marvelous sculpture and your shot is terrific.
I could name it: "why, why, why I do not understand modern art???"
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