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Hey All!

Is anyone interested in a copy of the Waits piece that I salvaged into a wallhanging piece? I would like to do a limited casting run of them in faux bronze, and now we finally have a workable mold for it! I'm gauging numbers to calculate costs. If you're interested, let me know and I'll look into it!

"...The things you can't remember, tell the things you can't forget, that history puts a saint in every dream"

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Best!
Trev
RuPaul by TrevorGrove
RuPaul
RuPaul! This piece will be featured often on the upcoming season of "RuPaul's Drag Race" (March 2nd) and is currently available for preorder through Tweeterhead: www.tweeterhead.com/product/ru…

This sculpture was very difficult for me. Capturing a man in drag is much more challenging than expected, although Ru is very elegant, (and impossibly tall). 

This piece was definitely the result of a lot of collaboration (as they all are) the flags and base were made beautifully by Matthew Black. The man who deserves some sort of medal is David Fisher, who painted SO many of these pieces to look identical for the TV show....the pains he went to were incredible.

Enjoy!
Trev
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Batman and Robin! by TrevorGrove
Batman and Robin!
The next in Tweeterhead's ongoing 1:6 Batman '66 maquettes. Robin, the boy wonder!

www.tweeterhead.com/product/ro…

Trev
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1:6 Robin Maquette 2 by TrevorGrove
1:6 Robin Maquette 2
The next in Tweeterhead's ongoing 1:6 Batman '66 maquettes. Robin, the boy wonder!

www.tweeterhead.com/product/ro…

Trev
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1:6 Robin Maquette by TrevorGrove
1:6 Robin Maquette
The next in Tweeterhead's ongoing 1:6 Batman '66 maquettes. Robin, the boy wonder!

www.tweeterhead.com/product/ro…

Trev
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RBL-M1A2Tanker Featured By Owner 4 days ago
Happy early birthday! :D (Big Grin)  With many happy returns! Have your cake and eat it too
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jackerbe Featured By Owner Mar 22, 2015  Hobbyist General Artist
Loving the work. Total quality 
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MaxHitman Featured By Owner Feb 14, 2015  Hobbyist General Artist
Great Art! Congratulations!!

Cheers
MAX
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TrevorGrove Featured By Owner Feb 14, 2015  Professional Traditional Artist
Thank you kindly!
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Scathlock78 Featured By Owner Feb 14, 2015
Your work is outstanding! Fantastic!
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TrevorGrove Featured By Owner Feb 14, 2015  Professional Traditional Artist
Thank you kindly! I appreciate you taking a look!
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TheGoldenIdol Featured By Owner Jan 24, 2015
Hi Trevor! Big fan of your work. Are the Breaking Bad Toon Figures still on track for being released this year, possibly? That would be a fantastic set of collectibles to own :)
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zenreign Featured By Owner Jan 15, 2015
Hello Trevor, I am a huge fan and your work and the inspiration it brings is one of the reasons that I have taken up sculpting. I have one question though, how do you do skin texture one 1/6 sculpts? Do you stamp with a sanding sponge or just individually punch the pores into the sculpt?  

Thanks and I look forward to seeing your upcoming work.
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TrevorGrove Featured By Owner Jan 15, 2015  Professional Traditional Artist
Hey! That's really nice to hear, I'm so glad the work helped inspire you to take up sculpting.

There are a number of ways to do pores...The real trick seems to be what the final piece is cast in...If it's cast in a translucent flesh-tone resin, it will look fantastic with almost any method. Sometimes I've punched in the pores individually, sometimes I've stamped with a sanding sponge, and I also have used a small tool that has a bunch of small wires at the tip to stipple into the wax. If you're working in wax, I'd recommend lighter fluid to brush onto the surface lightly after each 'stipple'....it'll bring everything together. Lighter fluid is a solvent for the wax, so it'll smooth out areas and make the wax temporarily 'softer'....i.e. more accepting to textures.

Hope that helps! Have fun!
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zenreign Featured By Owner Jan 16, 2015
Thanks heaps Trevor, you are a true inspiration, not only in the work you produce but your attitude and respect for others. Thanks  
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