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Please feel free to delve into the seemingly Bottomless Abyss that is my gallery.
All flash photography, food and drink are not allowed, please refrain from touching and/or licking the artwork.

Thanks You for your patronage.


Some of superb works of genius that have grabbed, repeated touched and made warm my attention.
Please join me in rejoicing in how utterly devine the following works are.


- Babooshka -

Kate Bush.

A week or so ago I was pondering what I should sculpt. I had a dream which gave me the answer. 
I dreamt I was with my Mum, who asked “Have they seen your Kate Bush yet?”

Woke up knowing what to do.
A tricky one, once again such voluminous and limitless hair that continues to vex me. 

Sculpted in Super Sculpey

- Sir John Hurt - (1940-2017)

Very saddened by his passing and made this quick “sketch” the day the news broke. I felt compelled to.

A wonderful, wonderful actor with too many classic roles and performances to mention.

A lovely man to boot. 

Quentin Crisp on Hurt “'I told Mr Hurt it was difficult for actors to play victims, but he has specialised in victims. And when he stopped playing me, he played Caligula, which was only me in a sheet. Then he played the Elephant Man, which was only me with a paper bag over my head.”

Sculpted in Super Sculpey.

He will indeed be greatly missed.

- Lynch -
David Lynch. A house-warming present for my work partner. Lynch is a big hero of ours and is also a great unspoken influence on our work.

Great fun to make and didn't take long either.
Can not wait to return to Twin Peaks.

Sculpted in Super Sculpey


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James O'Neill
Artist | Hobbyist | Artisan Crafts
United Kingdom
James O'Neill studied and graduated Animation at Foundation, FdA and BA level at the London College of Communication from 2009 to 2013.

His interests include sculpting, writing, script editing and animating.
He has had work exhibited and displayed in the National Media Museum of Bradford and the San Diego Comic Con (In San Diego).

Faces and caricatures are two fascinations of James and subjects he returns to repeatedly as a hobby.

He is inspired by the works of Sam Mendes, David Lynch, Raymond Briggs, Thomas Schutte, Douglas Adams, Alan Bennett and Oliver Postgate.

Current Residence: Chingford...
Favourite genre of music: Anything goes really.
Favourite photographer: Don McCullen
Favourite style of art: creative, but realistic
Favourite cartoon character: Courage the Cowardly Dog.

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    For buying stuff.

    “Custom, bespoke and “One Of A Kind” sculptures.
Focusing on likenesses and caricatures.”

    Do please take a look! 

Many thanks to for helping me set the thing up! 

  • Listening to: David Bowie
  • Reading: Being There (Jerzy Kosinski)
  • Watching: Doctor Who
  • Playing: SimCity, I wish
  • Eating: Pizza
  • Drinking: Champagne


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TOMHEYBURN Featured By Owner Jan 6, 2017   Traditional Artist
...and for favouring my latest Jeremy Brett, I thank you too  .
TOMHEYBURN Featured By Owner Jan 5, 2017   Traditional Artist
Thank you for taking the time to favour my latest Peter Cushing. Your work is fantastic , you are extremely talented. Cheers.
frasierdalek Featured By Owner Jan 6, 2017  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
You're extremely welcome. And extremely talented too. I have a very soft spot for Cushing and Brett, so your work ticks a lot of boxes for me!
TOMHEYBURN Featured By Owner Jan 6, 2017   Traditional Artist
I'm afraid I so enjoy some faces ( as with Cushing and Brett ) that I rather neglect more popular ones  !!
TOMHEYBURN Featured By Owner Jan 6, 2017   Traditional Artist
I'm afraid I so enjoy some faces ( as with Cushing and Brett ) that I rather neglect more popular ones  !!
frasierdalek Featured By Owner Jan 7, 2017  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
Ha! Thats very similar to how I work. There are a few faces that always offer something to me who I keep returning to. Brett really is one of them who constantly eludes me which is extremely frustrating.
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thebeybladefan10 Featured By Owner Jan 5, 2017  Student General Artist
Thanks for the fave ^^
fossick Featured By Owner Nov 25, 2016   Filmographer
The skin tones and colours of your sculptures are so accurate and well done.  Do you paint them, or just blend the colours?  Either way, really nice work on all of them!  
frasierdalek Featured By Owner Nov 26, 2016  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
Thank you very much! 
I try to avoid painting as much as possible, because my painting skills aren't all that good and also I find paint literally adds another layer and can get in the way of a good likeness if done badly, which is usually is, by me! 
I sculpt in flesh tones and then in coloured Sculpey for the hair and other details. I do however brush in highlights of skintone with pastel dust. Just something to give a little definition. 
All of my sculpture effectively wear make up!
Thank you once again! 
SmudgeThistle Featured By Owner Oct 7, 2016  Hobbyist
Thank you very much for the favourite on my drawing of the Twelfth Doctor! :D
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