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Old 12-09-2020, 04:12 PM
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Default Sculpted mid-century hourse statue

First time posting in this section.
Wanted to get some feedback/opinion on this sculpt. I'm creating this as a Christmas gift for my wife, so don't say anything!! She has been collecting mid-century furniture & items before it became popular and caused pricing to go through the roof. Anyway, she was was watching the program where they purchased the Brady Bunch exterior filming house and moded it to look like the sets on the inside. The big item she wanted was the iconic 2ft. tall horse statue seen in the living room. They found the original in storage and restored it. I tried to find one last year, even a smaller one, but they don't exist, or are different versions and expensive. $$$$
Soooooo, I sculpted one 6" tall, easy-peasy. ( yeah right ) Anyway, the original has all kinds of pitting & porosity on the surface, its part of the design to make it look Ancient Greek-like. I will be painting it the off-white with brown accents as the original. Right now the sculpt is clean.
Should I keep it clean or add all the porostiy? Thanks in advance.
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