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Trevor Grove
Artist | Professional | Traditional Art
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Thanks for visiting. I'm a sculptor by trade, and I hope you enjoy the work!
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TWEETERHEAD Michelle Pfeiffer Catwoman 5 by TrevorGrove
TWEETERHEAD Michelle Pfeiffer Catwoman 5
Michelle Pfeiffer Catwoman maquette from Tweeterhead! Debuting at SDCC 2015, and going on pre-sale JULY 8th at Tweeterhead.com.

This was a tough piece to work on, but one I really loved seeing come together. Matt Black made the terrific base, ans she was molded by Mike Allen and painted exquisitely by David Fisher. A great team that I'm very happy to have been part of with Tweeterhead.

I'll post sculpt shots later once she's been on display at Comic Con.
Best!
Trev
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TWEETERHEAD Michelle Pfeiffer Catwoman 7 by TrevorGrove
TWEETERHEAD Michelle Pfeiffer Catwoman 7
Michelle Pfeiffer Catwoman maquette from Tweeterhead! Debuting at SDCC 2015, and going on pre-sale JULY 8th at Tweeterhead.com.

This was a tough piece to work on, but one I really loved seeing come together. Matt Black made the terrific base, ans she was molded by Mike Allen and painted exquisitely by David Fisher. A great team that I'm very happy to have been part of with Tweeterhead.

I'll post sculpt shots later once she's been on display at Comic Con.
Best!
Trev
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TWEETERHEAD Michelle Pfeiffer Catwoman 6 by TrevorGrove
TWEETERHEAD Michelle Pfeiffer Catwoman 6
Michelle Pfeiffer Catwoman maquette from Tweeterhead! Debuting at SDCC 2015, and going on pre-sale JULY 8th at Tweeterhead.com.

This was a tough piece to work on, but one I really loved seeing come together. Matt Black made the terrific base, ans she was molded by Mike Allen and painted exquisitely by David Fisher. A great team that I'm very happy to have been part of with Tweeterhead.

I'll post sculpt shots later once she's been on display at Comic Con.
Best!
Trev
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BrandonNielsen87 Featured By Owner Jul 21, 2015
Artists! There's a good chance we're going to lose the rights to our work unless we stop legislation that's being proposed to congress. This has the potential to infect every country in the world. We need your help to stop this as soon as possible! Brad Holland is an expert in this new legislation and explains why artists worldwide will suffer if our current copyright law is replaced by the new proposals.

Submit your letter here!
copyright.gov/policy/visualwor...

Sample letters from other artists: myemail.constantcontact.com/Ar...

Illustrators’ Partnership Blog: ipaorphanworks.blogspot.com

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4 articles written about this:

Trojan Horse: Orphan Works and the War on Authors
by Brad Holland
www.jbiocommunication.org/free...

Orphan Works Legislation—A Bad Deal for Artists
by Bruce Lehman, Esq.
www.jbiocommunication.org/free...

Perfect and Strengthen Your Copyrights
by Cynthia Turner
www.jbiocommunication.org/free...

Artists’ Rights are Human Rights
By Chris Castle
www.jbiocommunication.org/free...

VIDEO: An Evening with Bruce Lehman
Webcast presentation from Society of Illustrators (SI)
New York - February 21, 2008
Sponsored by ASIP And SI
Q & A about illustrators' reprographic rights and their right to remuneration.
www.asip-repro.org/resources.h…

Orphan Works Roundtable
Conducted by the Small Business Administration
Salmagundi Art Club, New York, NY
Initiated by the Illustrators’ Partnership of America, the Artists Rights Society and the Advertising Photographers of America, and conducted by Tom Sullivan, Director of the Office of Advocacy of the US Small Business Administration. This was the first effort to assess the economic impact of the Orphan Works Acts H.R. 5889 and S. 2913 on creators and small businesses. Seventeen distinguished panelists spoke, all freelance working artists and stakeholders who would be directly impacted by this proposed legislation. Six 3’x4’ exhibit panels demonstrated orphan work infringements.
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Presenters submitted written statements to IPA after the meeting. We compiled these into notebooks and distributed 14 notebooks of SBA Orphan Works Roundtable statements to key members of the Senate and House Judiciary Committees.
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alderfek Featured By Owner Jul 20, 2015
That is some really good work !
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TrevorGrove Featured By Owner Jul 20, 2015  Professional Traditional Artist
Thanks very much for taking a look!
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ailane Featured By Owner Jul 20, 2015
I just discover your work and it's amazing *-* you do such a great work Clap Clap Clap 
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TrevorGrove Featured By Owner Jul 20, 2015  Professional Traditional Artist
Thank you very much, and I am happy you took time to look at the work I do, that's very appreciated!!
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hardtack Featured By Owner Jul 19, 2015  Professional General Artist
I have great respect for you sculpting skills.  I remember doing some sculpey models in school and I wish I would have kept with it.  Bravo
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TrevorGrove Featured By Owner Jul 19, 2015  Professional Traditional Artist
Oh thank you man! It's NEVER too late....some people get discouraged if they've walked away for a little while, but the truth is, you can get good at anything you are dedicated to...Patience and time are really all it takes to get better at this kind of work.... little by little....I still don't feel like I'm good...it's been that way since the beginning for me. :)
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hardtack Featured By Owner Jul 19, 2015  Professional General Artist
I know that feeling.  No matter what improvements I've made, I am never completely satisfied and always have to strive for better.  I never meant to stop doing sculpey models, they just became too expensive for me to produce.  I'm wondering about the material castilene, that you mention in your art posts. 
 
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TrevorGrove Featured By Owner Jul 19, 2015  Professional Traditional Artist
Oh yeah, it can be expensive to make art!
Castilene is pretty good as a wax/clay hybrid....it's similar to clay when warm, and similar to hard wax when cool. You might enjoy it! It gives you more control than Sculpey...because it won't lose detail when you handle it with your hands or set it on a desk. It also doesn't need armature.

Because it's soft when warm, you can use heated tools to carve in it, and sand it to a clean finish with sanding sponges. I've seen artists get an amazing finish in Castilene, but I'm not capable of doing that. That's why I use hard wax....but it's just a preference. Every artist uses whatever they like!
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Hyenax Featured By Owner Jul 19, 2015  Hobbyist General Artist
Your sculptures are just amazing
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