Most Creative Sculptures And Statues
Our cities are full of majestic monuments, stunning sculptures and artistic statues, each having a story to tell. Thousands of them have been made but only a few of them are really extraordinary and picture-worthy. That’s why our readers set out to find the world’s most creative statues and sculptures, which add color and emotion to the most boring areas of the cities. For the last two weeks, bored pandas from around the globe have been submitting their pictures of the best sculptures here. We have received more than 160 pictures and hundreds of votes which resulted in this awesome list.
We added a couple of our own pictures, and made the final list of the most creative sculptures and statues from around the world. Paint over the panty hose with white glue or acrylic plaster. Some of you might take issue here, maintaining that making whatever you want to make whenever you want to make it is the only true path to true artistic freedom. And perhaps it is– for you, but not for us. This is assuming of course that you intend to show your work in public, and in particular, to impress, impact or communicate to viewers in some way. You see, the problem with the “I make whatever I want to make whenever I want to make it” approach is that you essentially end up producing and ultimately dumping a great big pile of unrelated artworks at viewers’ feet, the implication being, “Here’s my art; you figure it out.”
You understand it, but they sure don’t. And how do they typically respond? Either they’re utterly befuddled or they lack the time, knowledge, desire, or energy to sift through your disparate accumulations in search of significance or meaning. You have to provide that kind of explanatory up front, organizing and presenting your art in ways people can understand and appreciate or better yet, making it self-evident through the appearance of the work. Making sense out of it is not their job; it’s yours. Don’t force other people to do your dirty work for you.
You don’t need to glob it on, just put a layer over the panty hose. You need to paint anything that’s covered by the panty hose, even the block. Don’t paint the bottom, however. Once the white glue is dry, you can cut the extra panty hose off of the bottom. The sculpture is now secure. Paint over the dry glue with acrylic paint. Try colors like silver and gold. Shiny colors work best for this. Completely cover everything except for the bottom of the block. Don’t paint it on too heavily. Let it dry for a day or two, and you’re done!