The sculpture is a medium of visual art that has been present since the dawn of time. Sculpture operates in three dimensions. It is one of the plastic arts. Depending on the sculpture, the process of creation can take quite some time. The whole process is separated into two parts, carving ( the removal of the material) and modeling (the addition of material as clay). Luckily today there’s a variety of materials where you can choose with which you wanna work. Starting from stone, to metal, wood, and ceramics, there are a lot of materials out there to experiment with.
A lot of sculpture lovers and sculptors have come together through an online community called r/Sculpture. This subreddit counts 44.5k members who all share their passion for sculpture. They welcome all forms of sculpture created at all skill levels, therefore allowing all kinds of people from amateur to professionals to share their work.
This place is where we love to go when we want to ease our minds, and we believe you’ll feel the same. Below is a collection we compiled with some of the work we like best. Make sure to upvote your favorite as you check them out.
1. My peacock sculpture that took about 200 hours
2. My mom really wanted a baby Yoda for Christmas, so I made one for her.
3. Saturn Devouring His Son – Balloon Sculpture
4. This is the Brazilian sculptor Diego Andrade, he is not known in Brazil, but I admire the works he does and wanted to share with you. (Sculpture: Saint Sebastian, 2018)
5. Hello new to sculpting, looking for friends in the community to get motivated. My Bugs incense burner
6. Lifesized Walrus I carved Out Of 3 Logs
7. I Carved this Woman holing her hair from one piece of wood – its finished! I really hope You like it !!
8. I recreated a lobster from leather. 95 pieces, five days.
9. Hey guys! I just wanted to share my awesome news! My sculpture of a girl is now casted in bronze with patina! Looks so great! My first bronze cast EVER! I’m so excited!!
10. Serene, monsterclay. Done with sculpting this piece. Here’s a final look before casting.
11. We started doing speed sculpting. This was 1hr 30 mins with a model.
12. The bison sculpture I’ve been working on since May. Each hair is individually sculpted and affixed, and I’m very close to being done with him. Hope you enjoy.
13. 2nd attempt on making realistic faces, what do you guys think?
Coloring books can be very meditative and fun. as a kid, we always played with them as our parents always bought them for us. Because somehow it enhances the children’s imagination and of course our parents wanted to keep us quiet for a few hours. without us doing our naughty things. However, I bet for each and every one of you out there coloring books remains one of the most favorite things to do.
Although this subreddit group thought differently. They created a group and named it corrupting children’s coloring books.
What they do is turning children’s color books into some salty jokes, let’s say more into an adult one.
These artists have taken cartoon images and corrupted them into malevolent yet hilarious versions instead. Although some are pretty gnarly, you have to admire the artists’ creative skill at adapting the templates. If this isn’t also art I don’t know what to tell you.
But to judge for yourself keep scrolling and write us in the comments which one is the most hilarious of all…