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Jason: Sports Paper Sculpture by paperfetish Jason: Sports Paper Sculpture by paperfetish
The completed sports paper sculpture, done as a gift for a friends new son: Jason. Much of the detail of the individual sculptures can't be seen in this photo,which is why I posted the individual components.

I wanted each letter to be full of the sculpture, that worked out well with the football and the golf ball, but the others needed a little help, so I made a basketball court, a baseball diamond and a soccer field for the others.

I very pleased with the end result. The only step left is to frame it and mail in out to our friends.

For a closer view of the individual sculptures, see here:

football: [link]

basketball: [link]

baseball: [link]

soccer ball: [link]

golf ball: [link]
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harlewood Featured By Owner May 4, 2007   Artisan Crafter
A simply stunning work of art. Great to see all works fully assembled.
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paperfetish Featured By Owner May 6, 2007
Thank you. I had it framed the other night. I'm really glad this piece is finally done.
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moxiemilo Featured By Owner Apr 28, 2007
Wow! I never in a million years would've guessed this is how you were going to put the finished piece together. I bet it looks amazing in person. I'm so impressed - very very cool.
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paperfetish Featured By Owner Apr 28, 2007
Thanks! I'm happy with the finished piece. The space between the letters makes the transition from sculpture to sculpture smooth.

I was a little off in my scale (of letter to sport) which is why I added the fields of play in the background. I didn't want to have just a plain white background when the end letters were full.
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