Daniel Yu's Transposition, the frustrated and pensive custom
He's been missing in action for a little while, but Daniel Yu popped in today with a new custom called Transposition. This 1/6 scale figure was sculpted for a local exhibit; it represents conflict and self-discovery, going with the theme of the exhibit overall.
We have seen some of Daniel's work before, and it's good to see that he is still active. This piece in particular features a fully sculpted head, for starters, and hands along with modified boots and legs. He used epoxy sculpt and acrylic paints for the piece, and was cool enough to show off pictures of the head before any paint was applied.
Check out the gallery for a few pictures, and be sure to check out his blog or flickr for more if you so desire! I think the head is the coolest part of the whole piece, and the sculpt came out really great and detailed. What do you think, Tomofolk?
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