#8 – Julian

| November 8, 2010 | 2 Comments

I decided to change things up from my original plan for this week. I wanted to practice portraits and realistic human characters, so that’s what I’m doing.

So, onto Julian. Julian was a man of mystery during the 19th century. A traveling man, Julian’s original home is not known but he spent a great deal of time amongst various aristocrats in and around London. It is believed that he was an assassin or some sort of covert operative for hire. This classical sculpture of him was a sign of his well standing with the upper echelon of British society. It is unknown whether the commission for this sculpture was Julian’s or one of his many clients, but one thing is sure, Julian lived quite the life despite there being little known about him.

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  1. Jande Rowe says:

    What an amazing face that one has. What a character!

    • TiMrozek says:

      Thanks. I just wish I had had more time to do more work on the back and shoulders. Gonna try something slightly different tonight.

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