Saturday, 5 September 2009

Dracula, Strindberg and WW1

Ok, here comes some random stuff I made, It's a bit different from my usual works but I hope you find it interesting nonetheless.
The three first items was made as admission tests (not sure if that's the right word) for school.
A sculpted portrait of the vampire Dracula, and two of his belongings.

I based my Dracula design on how he is portrayed in Stokers book, with the rarely seen mustache.

This is a memorial altar to Draculas wife, containing a treasured hearlock, and a portrait.

And these are the sun-goggles of the Vampire lord, should he be forced to move around at daytime.

A Sculpted portrait of the famous Swedish writer August Strindberg, (just for fun!)

And last but not least a character for a WW1 Stop-Motion move I once planed to realise. Maybe some day...