from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- transitive v. To sculpture (an object).
- transitive v. To shape, mold, or fashion especially with artistry or precision: "Zoning is a blunt instrument that can at best shape but should not try to sculpt cities” ( H. Claude Shostal).
- intransitive v. To be a sculptor.
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- v. To be a sculptor
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- v. create by shaping stone or wood or any other hard material
- v. shape (a material like stone or wood) by whittling away at it
The pose translates well, and the sculpt is tight and accurate.
The sculpt is extremely dynamic and tight, and the paints are exceptionally bordered.
The sculpt is true to the Electric Tiki cartoonish style and looks fantastic with this pose, while the paints are suitably flat throughout most of the piece with just a bit of shading on the face.
The sculpt is accurate, and the overall design is good, from the details in the quiver down to the base that features a different trick arrow head on each of its six angled sides.
Each piece of head sculpt is specially hand-painted
Thank you this nice post ollie what always irked me a bit about that rick baker sculpt is that it's way too scraggly and decrepit, popeye's only supposed to be about 44 years old (at least according to that cartoon where he first reunited with his pappy)
The truly intricate element to the sculpt is the stained glass windows on the doors.
Despite that, the sculpt is a decent one for this starship.
Baucus, the Finance Committee chairman, has suggested that Congress might need to "sculpt" a public option, presumably to make it less attractive.
He also has suggested that Congress might have to "sculpt" any public option, presumably to make it less appealing to Americans if some version survives in the reform bill.