That stone may be soft but I'm rock hard
@Gunrilla, I'm still soft... I have my problems
That's amazing work. Does anyone know what pieces these are?
@TheWhiteWolf, Sasha Grey and Piper Perri?
@Grimoire Weiss, nice try
@TheWhiteWolf, I think the right one is La Pudicia Velata by Antonio Corradini.
@aervin85, it's similar but in his her arms are down
@TheWhiteWolf, left is "the rape of Proserpina" not sure about the right
@Littlechuckie, Thank you, that was the one I was more interested in learning about. Absolutely amazing skill in that piece
@TheWhiteWolf, that’s a thigh and a torso
@Supermike, and they look damn fine
@TheWhiteWolf, hot piece of ass thats what
@The Eye of the Hawk, no, Persephone is a different figure in Greek history/mythology. It is Proserpina
@Littlechuckie, I thought they were the same person and Proserpina was just her Roman counterpart?
@oh deer, I actually don't know enough about either of them to tell you if that's right or not. All I know is the official title of the sculpture is The Rape of Proserpina
@TheWhiteWolf, I'd call the first one "me and ur mom", I guess
(no offend in btw.)
I can make a beautiful rock hard sculpture look soft at least three times a day...
@JacketOff, You gotta pump those numbers up! Those are rookie numbers!
@Georgis Khan, once in the morning and once after lunch?
@JacketOff, this comment makes it sound like you're hard all day, and soft only 3 times a day.
I wanna squeeze them
Insane the detail they put into them
Wow, that’s talent.
Easy just watch any serviceman/woman get reunited with their kids after deployment.
I have a beautiful thick curvy Latina girlfriend that is extremely pale and this picture reminded me of her and I feel aroused... I can’t wait to have her over after our date later 😎
That's why carving is my favorite art form
I’m fairly certain the statue on the left depicts a man holding up/wrestling with a boy
My imagination went to a dark place.... Where those are real people that were killed and they used some kind of plaster/cement to layer on their skin. The fabric was submerged into the solution and draped over the bodies as well.... I don't like my mind....
@Nell, OR or, you can think of it as a variant of Medusa who turned people to marble rather than stone.
@Anonymous Jack III, good thinking! I forgot about medusa.