I can't express how happy I am... It's been a long road and it still is but it's the first time my art gets acknowledge and it means a lot! Thank you all for this challenge, especially Scott, Alec and the Proko team for this opportunity. :'D
Thank you Proko.com and all involved in running this competition!! I’m flabbergasted and super happy, I really did enter to try and win a course and I’m super excited to continue learning and improving. This project ‘fought me’ every step of the way, and now I’m glad I didn’t quit. Congratulations to all who took part, let’s do it again sometime! Ps. I finished the sculpture up and made a quick vid too…(3mins ish) https://youtu.be/txltJhII_Us
Introducing a submission for your kind consideration. This is a grotesque (type of gargoyle) version of a Demon prince. Grotesques glower down at people from cathedrals and were created to scare evil spirits away. People in the Middle Ages believed in Heaven, Hell, demons and witches. So the church used grotesques such as this to scare the illiterate population into coming to church, giving the message that it was only safe inside the church and not outside. In these times people became sick with an illness called "Ergot" from eating mouldy fungus in bread that caused their limbs to burn and they would rot and fall off. Nice, huh? Ergot was an equivalent of LSD in those times. It also created hallucinations of being attacked by monsters, so many people were tripping out thinking their neighbours were demons. This piece is approximately 30 cm height and hand-built from scratch from Paperclay with a patented bronze glaze with a gorgeous pink blush from where the kiln has been hottest. I feel a special connection with gargoyles/grotesques in that they are static in time whilst the world changes around them, seasons and ages come and go. Being disabled, chronically ill and housebound I feel the same as the gargoyle and the water I associate with healthy emotion and catharsis. Also having gone up to 8 months at one point (with ongoing communication disabilities) not being able to speak a single word, this outpouring of water from the gargoyles throat or Gargula is an expression of communication also and unblocking this part of my body. The Gargoyle is a representation of me and an intimate portrayal of living with chronic illness and disability.
Hey folks, I'm happy to be putting this piece out as a submission, as I'm focusing this whole month on Monsters and other ghoulies. My Demon Prince is inspired by the nobility and panache of Dracula, who, along with vampires generally, are usually the undead in command of others (both living and undead). I'll be sure to post turnaround videos on instagram to view this Demon Prince from every angle. Happy Halloween!
in my adaptation,the demon king is looking for a worthy demon who can one day become king,,he arranges pit fights like a colosseum battle to death tournament and the winner is getting the honor to become the demon prince(my character),the hyena and goat are known to be symbols of evil so i decided to mix them into the design gonna post on insta onec instagram decides to work again lol xd
Prince Xaleth the Destroyer pardons none, spares none, protects none. He slays enemies before they turn their back's to ensure his own victory. Anything, he will do anything to attain more POWER.
My entry for Monstober: A "young" demon prince playing with its "human slingshot" 😈 As you can see there are little human beings trying to escape from the demon while "surviving" in hell 🏃♀️🏃♂️🔥 This is a small sculpture so the human are really tiny (less than half inch). You can see process pictures on the Assignments section of the contest. I hope you like 😀
Not much backstory. I just wanted to draw a pompous a-hole of a demon. This one in particular is a loud mouth who shows his true colors once he loses. Plus some preliminary sketches that are way cooler than the final result as usual