Realistic Paper Sculptures

The artists Patty and Allen Eckman use their original method to make realistic paper sculptures. Not to be confused with papier-mache. These are two completely different environment. Artists first mixed acid-free pulp, using raw cotton, which lie in form, compressed or vacuum in their hands. In doing so, moisture is gradually removed, but the process of drying up very long. When a cast is removed from the form, then begins the process of fine-tuning, the most delicate. Some parts are removed, some added. By ensuring a very fine study of the details.





















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Anonymous said...

These are incredible!

Anonymous said...

These are beautiful and unique they look like they deserve to be in a museum. I recommend
http://www.favellmuseum.org/ in
Klamath Falls,Oregon

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