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  • Posted March 15, 2010 by Lynda Viewed 2581 times

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A small (just under 6" high) carving of an Ethiopian warrior. I used some white card to show him in relief.

I tried different backgrounds. This was in front of my dolls house.

Trying out my supermacro setting

A leather breakfast barstool that blended quite well as background.

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    • # Stefan Fletcher

      I stand (sit) corrected, but I wonder whether this isn't an elder and not a warrior. The hunched back, stick, stick-like legs and receding forehead would point to that. As for the material, it appears to be hard wood.

      Of course, it could be a tired, clapped-out and knackered old warrior, in which case I know how he feels.

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    • # Moira

      I like the last one , what material is the sculpture made of. I remeber buying a small black vase from Africa , think it was called "soap stone" but not sure.

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