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1/6 scale Bust - One of the my favorite pieces. Made it for Wonder Festival in Japan 2002

Work experience from this piece helped me lots technically, when I was working on McFARLANE TOYS Military line.

The Prototype made out of sculpy, then casted in resin and enamel paints on.

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1/6 scale Bust without paint 2002
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1/6 heads work in progress - Random pic of 1/6 head Prototypes work in progress.

Made of sculpey polymer clay

2002
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1/6 scale Head 2002 - Prototype made of sculpy, cast in resin. Enamel paint.
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1/6 scale Heads - Prototype made of sculpy, cast in resin. Enamel paint. 2002
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1/6 scale Head without paint
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1/6 scale KY Heads - About Kow Yokoyama
Kow Yokoyama is a multi-talented illustrator who designs TVCM characters and creates stage art. He is also active in the figurative art field. His art piece "MAK series" is highly respected worldwide.
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1/6 scale Heads - Prototypes made of sculpy, cast in resin. Enamel paint. 2002
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1/6 scale Head without paint
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Heads study - One of the oldest head study pics I have. Actual heads are slightly smaller than the these pics, Made of sculpy. 1997.
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Heads study - One of the oldest head study pics. Most of them are my friends and teachers portrait. Actual heads are slightly smaller than the these pics, Made of sculpy. 1997.
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WHITE DUNK -Work of Kow Yokoyama- - WHITE DUNK was inaugurated in 2003 at the Palais de Tokyo Contemporary Art Center, Paris, and has since also traveled to Minami Aoyama, Tokyo.
Please visit www.artleak.org and www.whitedunk.com for more details.

The progress of the show was reported in GIANT ROBOT MAGAZINE 2003
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WHITE DUNK -Work of Kow Yokoyama- #2 - WHITE DUNK was inaugurated in 2003 at the Palais de Tokyo Contemporary Art Center, Paris, and has since also traveled to Minami Aoyama, Tokyo.
Please visit www.artleak.org and www.whitedunk.com for more details.

The progress of the show was reported in MODEL GRAPHIX MAGAZINE. Dic, 2003, Volume 227

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