Wire Sculptures

This is all self-taught. I started sculpting for fun in High School, where people commissioned me to make all sorts of sculptures. I’ve lost count of how many I’ve made to this day, but I’m very thankful to the little jumping spider that started it all. Each sculpture can easily take me a day, over a day, or perhaps just a few hours. It depends on the size of the sculpture, the gauge, and how much wire is used. You may notice that I’ve used nail polish to paint some of my sculptures, like the boxer(dog) and panda. Unlike regular paint, nail polish tends to have stretchy, gooey properties that allow it to spread across gaps in the wire like soapy water on a bubble-blower. It also allows the single-strand sculpture to remain more stable and whole than it’d be if I were to change colored wire for details. (Nail polish is only used if requested and I also use a clear-coat to strengthen the paint.)

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WireDrakeBunny

WireBunnyDemonicPawSnow

WireBunnyDemonicPaw

WireGoddessHand

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WireGiraffe

WireDragonPliers

WireFrogAndSeahorse

WireSeahorses

WireKiddieRideWithKitty

WireMouseCatDog

mousencheese

WireMousePenny

WireMeowWing

WireDragonKittyTailPlay

WireDragonBlueHeartClover

WireDragonOfWisdom

WireDragonFrostbitten

WireDragonColdWinterLight

WireDragonMount2

WireDragonMount1

WireDragonsInSnow

WireDragonKnightJousting

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WireBlueWyvern

WireDragonReaper3LightEffect

WireDevilLizard

WireDragonWizard

WireDragonNestShadow

WireEasterBunnies

WireHorseTrottingWood

WirePegasiDarkLight

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WireSkeletalPegasus

ColdMetalSharkHammerhead 002

WireBear

WireKangaroo

WireCrab

WireDinosaurs

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WireQuilava

WirePhoenix

WireBirdCageWeddingCake

WireAngelSnowClouds

WireAngelChristmasMostletoe

WireSpider

WireDragonTheFirst

WireArtShowTable

WireDragonCooperBeingMade

WireDragonCooperShoulder