Neck Roll Pillowcase
My god, that face, that face! Such facial mobility, such a life in an inert object and motionless. And it is not so much in the line accuracy in the choice of expression, the enigmatic smile, those piercing eyes that seem to stare at you. I am getting closer again, I throw myself in his eyes deep frozen and so animated. I admit, Philippe Leotard, who is not, and so living in the eternal and static representation. It emanates from an indescribable emotion, irony, a delicate phlegm or something or other. The head is raised just like that, the chin is based in part on a board, and a stump of neck roll pillowcase behind . . . A severed head, incomplete, but that is enough. For the submerged part is so well sculpted, modeled, carved, it imposes itself in the light of the rare quidam. I admire the talent of the person who has the ghost of Leotard with such realism. For when I see this "head", I see the actor, and this guy smile and the expression that arise. I always wonder what it's like the statue cut off? A study incomplete, issued an order, a model for a clown . . . or something or other. I think the area where is the church was a suburb of Paris, whose name history has gradually evolved into "Roll" . . . . Maybe it's already been said in a comment, but you can not find that the face has a little something Philippe Leotard?. it's crazy, that face reminds me of the brother of a former French politician, a talented actor a little addicted to the bottle, it rhhha Balot I find his name!. "The village du Roule, which became suburb in 1722, was a small town called Romiliacum by Fredegar, Crioilum by Saint-Eloi, then Rolus the twelfth century. A chapel was built in the district of Bas-Roule, near a leper colony. It was replaced by a larger church that Chalgrin built from 1774 to 1784. . " "The town of Roll, Which Became a suburb in 1722, Was a small locality Romiliacum Called by Fredegar, by Saint Eligius Crioilum, then in the 12th century Rolus. . " "The part between the Rue La Boetie and the Place des Ternes was called floor du Roule (1635), rue du Roule and Rue du Bas Top neck roll pillowcase and then rue du Faubourg du Roule. . " A Matoo who trots . . . That is funny! why pinball before Phil's head. too realistic? I liked this actor then. And first it is not a severed head, almost a mask. Fortunately he died because he is ugly. YES YES YES only one who dares say otherwise cast the first stone! And uh . . . something like that what. Yes, nan but because it is true that it is not pretty nice all that. Let me explain. - Wrinkles around if Claudia Schiffer she saw that she would illico mask with its new cream or There's full of collagen in it (because it's worth it). - The tiny lips smiling foolishly like the dredger reloud par excellence who think that this (coupled with a wide mouth opening = QED!). - And he took a sword in its mouth like in Kill Bill - Vol. 1? Not because it lacks a little top of the head . . . again investigated for Derrick!. I'm the sculptor, your compliments go straight to my heart! Bravo, Philippe Leotard is indeed, a bust that I made for the town of Frejus, which is set in the Roman Theatre, there is the land that I have put on display because it was made of bronze! I always feel that nobody cares about art, but I see there are still some people who lend a curious glance, it's great! Thank you all! P. LAROCHE. . RT @ ripit00: hehe RT: @ dorcel: love it when the applications received, the budding Rocco specify "I'm strictly heterosexual" # 5 hours ago. . . .