Video: BEAUTIFUL Wire Sculpture By Fantasywire


A few years ago I took an intro sculpting class and really enjoyed it.

One of the project was creating a wire sculpture.

I chose to create a dragonfly and made it with about a two foot wide wing span.

It turned out pretty well and a classmate offered to buy it — but since it was my first sculpture like it — I decided to keep it.


A Screen Capture From The Video Below: 1 O'clock Wish By Robin Wight - Fantasywire
A Screen Capture From The Video Below: 1 O'clock Wish By Robin Wight - Fantasywire

Today I found an AMAZING video and photos of a LARGE wire sculpture called 1 O'clock Wish by Robin Wright — aka Fantasywire.

In some of the links about it she also refers to this sculpture as "Dancing with Dandelions" as well.

Pictures of it are awesome — but the video of it spinning on it's base really gives you the full impact of this incredible piece.

SING Preview Trailers - Animation, Comedy

You'll find the Video embedded below


I finally was able watch SING—the 3D Animation Movie from late last year—and found it over-all very enjoyable.

From the same people who created Despicable Me—the story-line is one well-tread by a lot of movies in this genre:  Overcoming obstacles of all kinds to achieve your dreams—and learning the value of friendships.

A Screen Capture From "SING"
A Screen Capture From "SING"

So in that regard it doesn't really break any new ground—but as a light comedy for kids (and one with enough humor to keep the grown-ups entertained) it more than succeeds.

It features a LOT of familiar pop music—and the character voices and singing talent is superb

The cast includes Matthew McConaughey, Reese Witherspoon, Seth MacFarlane, Scarlett Johansson, John C. Reilly, Taron Egerton and Tori Kelly.

A Screen Capture From "SING"
A Screen Capture From "SING"

Jennifer Hudson sings an amazing rendition of Golden Slumbers (Carry That Weight)—an old Beatles song too.

Here's a full length version of that:

Anywho, if you have some kiddies—or just like 3D Animation—I definitely recommend checking it out.

Click the video trailer below to get a better idea of what it's all about.

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