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Susan Boyle The Sculpture
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Submitted By: brendy on May 20, 2009
About the Video: A few photos of a sculpture of Susan Boyle
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ammo commented on May 28, 2009
Yes, you have certainly captured Susan. What a lot of work. What is it made from? I saw the sculpture on another clip but I don't believe the artist's name was mentioned. Glad to be able to thank you directly. What talent you have. Looks like it's been posted for a few days. I don't know how I keep missing things. I seem to spend hours on the site. Never mind...found it now. Thanks for making it and posting it.
brendy commented on May 22, 2009
kksibsix, thank you! mj, thanks -
brendy commented on May 22, 2009
gentlerain, I actually was happy and smiling pretty much the whole time I was working on this - kind of sorry to finish it - but well, there's always touch up to do. Someone on youtube told me she's missing her mother's wedding ring from around her neck.
brendy commented on May 21, 2009
OOPS. I just wanted to see how it worked.
MJ from USA commented on May 21, 2009
the artist captures Susan's whole-being perfectly.
kksibsix commented on May 21, 2009
What a beautiful tribute to our beutiful Susan! You captured the smile perfectly! Good job, well done.
gentlerain commented on May 21, 2009
I agree. A lot of time and love went into this. And brendy...I bet you smiled and were happy the whole time you were scupting this likeness. She just does this to all of us. Very beautiful work. Thank you for sharing. Makes me smile, too!
brendy commented on May 21, 2009
Bj, yeah, I can see a Susan Boyle Award happening. Who would be the sponsoring organization I wonder ...
bj-from-pasadena commented on May 21, 2009
Amazing likeness, Brenda! She looks like she should be like an Oscar statuette. Maybe in the future there will be "Susan&quo­t;s in addition to Oscars, Emmies, et.al. :)
brendy commented on May 20, 2009
Attie5 and Johnnycake -- thanks for the kind words. Sculpting this really was a labor of love.
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