- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of sculpt.
“The only problem that I have with Tom Meier's sculpts is that I feel like I'm taking a can of Krylon to Michelangelo's masterpieces whenever I consider painting them ...”
“The El Segundo-based maker of the Barbie doll can also pursue copyright infringement claims against MGA involving "sculpts" - undressed and unstyled molds - that were used to manufacture the Bratz line, Carter wrote in his 117-page opinion.”
“The sculpts are a bit pricey, but for a unique casting and original sculpt, I feel they are a good value for what you get.”
“Jurors were also asked to consider punitive damages against both MGA and Mattel for the theft of trade secrets and decide whether Mattel has proven ownership of dozens of early Bratz-related sketches, drawings and the so-called "sculpts" that represent the first 3-D rendering of the toy.”
“Picasso gets the nod, however, as a sculptor -- even on canvas, he "sculpts" more than paints -- and as a sheer visual inventor.”
“Which is a big stop on just slapping anything down and playing with it. ", meanwhile, says he needs to hear the words take shape as he" sculpts "his books.”
“Born in early-'80s Scotland, Harris sculpts an authentic sound for the era he "big ups.”
“Stomping your feet while clapping your hands boosts coordination, hoisting a happy couple in the air sculpts those shoulders, and trying to do it all in a pair of high heels is a balancing act that engages your quads and your core.”
“The winner will also receive the first coin off the press, as well as the hand sculpts created by sculptor Phyliss Hamilton.”
“And risk destroying all of those painted sculpts up front?”
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