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Great Scott! Watch an Artist Sculpt a Tiny Doc Brown Sculpture from Scratch

by Conner Flynn
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Juliana Lepine makes all kinds of intricate figurines from clay, and it’s always a treat to watch her create new life out of nothing. She usually starts with a skeleton and builds the face right on top like a forensics genius. In the video below she makes one of her coolest creations yet. Doc Emmett Brown from Back to the Future.

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First she puts some eyes on the skeleton, then adds a bit of skin and that’s when the sculpting magic begins. Doc Brown comes to life before our very eyes. The she builds his body with some wire and a skeleton. There are also some layers of foil and masking tape. After that she adds the skin and sculpts it to perfection. And since you can’t have Doc Brown running around naked with Marty, she dresses him up in some screen-accurate clothing.

The level of detail that she puts into each handmade piece is just incredible. I mean, just look at his sneakers alone. She even gave him his remote control accessory. When it is all done, we have a droolworthy sculpture that any fan would pay dearly to own and add to their collection.



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