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curious thought in a bell-jar by Emerald-Magpie curious thought in a bell-jar by Emerald-Magpie
Here is my abstract sulptural depiction of a curious thought, trapped under a glass bell-jar.
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Shizuku-Uzu Featured By Owner Oct 22, 2010
its so cute! poor thing is traped under there!
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HybridProcess Featured By Owner May 19, 2010
oooh, thoughts sure are squiggly, I think that thoughts are indeed squiggly too, but I made mine out of hand thrown forms: [link]
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Shohana Featured By Owner Oct 20, 2009
Wow! This is amazing. I've read what it is and how you do it, but seeing the end result... I just can't comprehend how you really did this. How did you attach all of the curly things? Just melt the plastic and stick it on? This is just, I'm awe struck at this I can't seem to come up with any words for this. It's amazing!
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Emerald-Magpie Featured By Owner Oct 22, 2009  Professional General Artist
why thank you so much! im flattered! :D yes to attatch parts together i just have to get both parts realy hot and transparent then touch them together! then let them cool :D the more twiddley the more likely to heat up a part you dont want and it will flop! lol i find a tiny heat source & spot heating does the trick nicely for me :D! Thanks so much for your interest in my work, keep posted for some new work im uploading soon ;) xxx
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Shohana Featured By Owner Nov 4, 2009
Awesome! Thank you so very much! I just love to learn new materials so that I can further incorporate them into future project for my schooling. I like to surprise my teacher with new things and I showed him a few of your sculptures in class last week and he couldn't believe that it was all molded plastic either! ^-^

I will keep an eye out for your new stuff!
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Emerald-Magpie Featured By Owner Nov 7, 2009  Professional General Artist
Thanks so much for all of your interest, I bet your a top student. Im currently posting up some old peices up at the moment but afterwards willbe making some new sculptures to post. if you have any more questions please dont hesitate to ask :D
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Shohana Featured By Owner Dec 3, 2009
hehe :blush:

don't worry I won't! and I'll be looking!
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