A talk about Art

Hello, the purpose of this blog is to help bring to life a love of all art that is out there. Here you will find the masters to the most current artists out there. You will have a chance to learn a little about them and share your thoughts on their work. And along the way we will have some fun and questions and trivia about anything ART.

Thursday, March 28, 2013

Herb Williams CHALLENGE

CHALLENGE QUESTION:
To recieve credit for this post you must answer the question at the bottom correctly.  If you answer correctly then I will give you two weeks credit.

 
 
I am sure that most of you have never heard of Herb Williams the artist.  I know I hadn't heard of him until a few days ago, but you will be amazed by his sculptures.  Now Herb is not found in your text book, and he is not a super famous artist, but he does use a very common material to create his sculptures.


Finishing one of his sculptures
Herb in the beginning stages of a sculpture

A finished dog sculpture
 Ok you had a chance to look at his work.  To collect credit for this post you need to tell me what material he uses?  Be very specific, because he only uses one brand of this material.  I am also curious what you would do if you had access to that specific factory?

69 comments:

  1. these animals designs dont have any art in them. if they could try any harder they would make it worse than what it is.

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  2. I'm not quite sure what I'm looking at. But it looks neat. I could use some help understanding it though...

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  3. I believe Crayola crayons are used to create these sculptures! If I had access to this company I would probably like to create pieces with melted wax. I definitely wouldn't have the patience to make these sculputures though!

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  4. wires and fabric. this is inseting. 0-0

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  5. This is really cool! But it looks extreamly difficult.

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  6. Herb uses Crayola Crayons in his artwork. It looks like it would take a very long time to do. I dont know if I have the patience for it. It's pretty cool when it's all finished.

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  7. they use crayola crayons in these art peices. you can tell because in some of the pictures you can see the rapper on the crayos. Now ifi had access to these crayons i would most likely make a huge rainbow crayon.

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  8. I think this art is pretty good. It would take me awhile but i think i could accopmlish this. I would love to try this.

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  9. Herb williams used crayola crayons in his art. I also found out that Herb used 250,000 crayola crayons to create some of his biggest art work. If i had access to be able to do this, i would create a castle with lots of detailing and figures.

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  10. He used Crayola crayons to make his sculptures. If I had access to the Crayola crayon factory I would make a colorful bridge.

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  11. This is cool. I think he uses Crayola Cranyons for these projects. If I could get acess to this factroy I would melt the crayons and make cool sculpurs with them

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  12. This is cool and looks hard. I think that it would be really hard to make using crayons. I would create a basketball.

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  13. this looks like it would be very hard to do. he used crayola crayons in his artwork. i think that it would be very hard and take to long.

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  14. This art is pretty interesting. He used crayola crayons in his art that he created. I think it would be pretty difficult to do this kind of art.

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  15. This is really cool artwork. I think it would be really fun to do in class, but I'm not sure where you would get all the crayons.

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  16. pens of some sort and paper looks pretty cool

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  17. It looks like they were made out of crayons. Its really creative though!!!

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  18. Well since in one of the pictures there was a Crayola box, im going to go out on a limb here and say that the medium in Crayons. This would be interesting to do but quite hard too.

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  19. this wierd. i hope we dont do this. im not quite what im looking at

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  20. to be honest with you i dont know what he used but it looks pretty cool. as long as he makes money at it why not let him do it. i think he should keep going if he thinks its fun and enjoyable.

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  21. thats cool. i could never do that. that has to take him a long time

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  22. He uses crayola crayons to make these. If I had the access to crayola I probably would give away alot of crayons to kids because I don't color much.

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  23. He uses crayola crayons to make them. If i had the access to them i would give alot away to kids just because there are alot of kids out there who would love them.

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  24. i think he uses crayola crayons. if i had access to the crayola factory i would make crayons that are half one color and half another color because that would be sweet

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  25. i like sculptures but there are very few sculptures i like and some of these and this is an example. i dont like this and i dont get it but like i said its hard for me to like a sculpture

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  26. i find this art very good and its likely that it takes a lot of work

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  27. I would of never thought of making sculptures out of CRAYOLA CRAYONS! That's really unique and creative, I like these sculptures they're really cool. I bet it took alot of time to makes these, and alot of boxes of crayons! I've never seen a sculpture made out of crayons, the things people come up with is amazing.

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  28. the medium is probably crayons. If i had enough crayons from the crayola factory i'd put some time into doing a cool sculpture with them

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  29. this looks like he uses wax. i dont like it because it would take alot of time. this is something i wouldnt do.

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  30. i think it looks like he uses butter. i think he carved butter into these shapes by carving round objects on the dog

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  31. these look like their made of crayola crayons. if i had access to those id probably color alot or find crayon projects on pinterest.

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  32. did this guy knit this. i dont like that cat. kinda wierd

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  33. He makes his art out of crayola crayons. this art must take him a long time to make. The art must be very hard to make. I like this art it is very good.

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  34. looks like pencils to me. the pink parts look like the eraser part. i dont know what brand because i use mechanical pencils. i like to use pencils for what they were made for.

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  35. these are not so much the best. but i mean they still look pretty cool. it would still take alot of time though

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  36. first of all they are cool because he uses the secret ingredient,,,,,,,, crayola crayons........... and those would work well for a sculpture because you can have any color at your disposal.

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  37. i knew because on the picture that says herb starting the sculpture on a box it says crayola so i knew

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  38. Herb uses Crayola Crayons in his artwork. It looks like it would take a very long time to do. I dont know if I have the patience for it. It's pretty cool when it's all finished.

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  39. it looks like he uses craons or something. pretty cool though

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  40. he used crayons, they must sponsor him for the crayons because that gets very spendy. it is awesome how he makes this. he prolly got paid alot so whatever.

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  41. This type of art looks interesting and fun to make.

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  42. This looks kinda cool. It looks like he uses crayons. This would be very hard to do though.

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  43. He used crayons to make this. It must have taken him a very long time. Its really cool thought!

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  44. he uses crayons to do this, its so cool.

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  45. I dont really like i dont know why, i guess is not my style at all, but i would say he used crayons

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  46. holy that is really good and they probibly have alot of value and he mixes the colors really well

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  47. He uses crayola crayons to make them. If i had the access to them i would give alot away to kids just because there are alot of kids out there who would love them.

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  48. I would of never thought of making sculptures out of CRAYOLA CRAYONS! That's really unique and creative, I like these sculptures they're really cool. I bet it took alot of time to makes these, and alot of boxes of crayons! I've never seen a sculpture made out of crayons, the things people come up with is amazing.

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  49. this artist is using crayola crayons! that is definetally creative and once again time consuming. I would rather color with crayons than make a sculpture with them, but if i were to make a sculpture i would prabably try to make a tree or something.

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  51. It looks to me like this artist is using crayola crayons to make his scupltures.This looks very cool but would probably be very time consuming.I dont know if i would ever be able to do this but it would probably be a fun thing to try.

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  52. i don't really know what he was using to make it but it hink it looks cool

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  53. i dont get how somebody can do this but its prety cool

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  54. it just amazes me how talented people are and what they can do

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  55. I think the pink panther should stay as a cartoon character.

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  56. I think its really awesome that you can use Crayola crayons to make something like life size. Something useless to something awesome. I think this is really cool and should be a more popular artwork. If I had access to the factory I would probably end up selling all of the crayons and just sit there and be making stacks on stacks.

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  57. I think Its a creative idea to make sculptures out of Crayola Crayons. The crayons bring the sculpture to life. If we have the chance to make I don't think i would finish i would get bored half way through, but i would start some kind of animal.

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  58. I am not smarter than anybody above me who answered the questions. Like some of the kids I don't know what material this is made out off. But, it's neat!!!!! for some thing that does not look like it's made out of any art material stuff.

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  59. I love that he uses Crayola Crayons. The colors are so bright and vibrant and it gives alot of texture to the sculptures. We should do this in class!

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  60. I think its creative how they used crayons. I like the bright colors and i think it'd be a fun project to do in class. I like how they used animals.

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  61. he used crayola crayons. he is very talented. i like the effect the crayons give the sculpture

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  62. This is so cool! I love how he uses Crayons to create all of his art. I think that all of his sculptures take alot of creativity and know how to make all of the different colors work.

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  63. i really like that i wonder what they did to make that because i would like to make that.

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  64. This are so colorful and cute. At first I thought they had a soft sort of fuzzy texture but now I see they are made from crayons! The only problem with using crayons is that if the sculptures got hot, they would melt.

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  65. This are so colorful and cute. At first I thought they had a soft sort of fuzzy texture but now I see they are made from crayons! The only problem with using crayons is that if the sculptures got hot, they would melt.

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  66. I think he uses crayons. I would definitely take a while. I think that all of his sculptures take alot of creativity.

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  67. using crayola crayons wwould take soo long, especially if you had to take off the wrapping for each and every one. it would be very time consuming and difficult

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  68. This is really cool.This would be hard to do. I wonder how long it took to do this. I would like to try this but not as a grade.

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