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lol, dude.. cover up
oh, and btw- there is no such thing as greco-roman statue as someone said.
there is only graecan statue and roman copies ;)
great work. trully amazin.
i like how the classic form is highlighted (for those who don't know) by the small penis (greeks believed a small penis represents the more potent male, one in wich semen quickly fertilize female egg cell) and big hands.
although, big hands come from a completely different background- big hands in combination with slightly disproportional head were designed to stand above our usual perspective, usually on a reasonable height. duo to perception limitations, such statues would appear to be perfectly proportioned when looking from underneath.
a good example is famous david, intended for the facade of duomo in florence. his big hands and oversized head were not artistic interpretation, but a mere technicalia for the corection of perspective.
it was not untill after it was finniseh that david ended up on piacca in front of the old palace. (it was later replaced- original now kept in galleria academia, and a very accurate copy on a piacca overlooking the city)
great textures, shadows and details..........it looks like you took a photo of a roman statue and put it in here :)