Cutting right to the point

So earlier today we saw IAM: Arseniy Andersson playing chess with someone he had just suspended, now lets take a look at something else that he has done recently.

With Dragon-Con finishing up yesterday, I thought it would be a good idea to throw some form of nerdy mod up here on ModBlog.  Of course I could have done the easy thing and found an image from the geek tattoo gallery, but I thought I should dig for something that is even geekier.  Sure enough, it didn’t take me too long to find something that I think probably falls into the realm of nerd.  Now the appeal of Dragon-Con is that it is the most “fan friendly” convention around.  People are encouraged to dress up at all times, and the parties can last all weekend long.  Think APP’s convention but with a little more spandex, and almost as many people dressed as Slave Leia.  Dragon-Con also caters to every form of nerd/geek/dork/whatever on the planet with workshops ranging from “Zombies vs. Unicorns” to “David Bowie: Loving the Alien” to “Hairstyles of the Tang Dynasty” and everything in between.  It’s probably the only place on the planet you’d find Batman sharing costume tips with a steampunk civil war veteran.

I’m sure that of the people that attended, those who are tattooed probably sport something that relates to the object of their passions.  Now when it comes to fans of fantasy, nothing says “fantasy” more than elves.  I’m not talking about the little guys who make cookies, but the kind that roam the woods with their bows and pointed ears.  So what’s an elven fan to do when they really want to transform into one?  Well for starters, they could point their ears.  Now I’m not saying everyone with pointed ears is a fan of fantasy, but it’s safe to say of the devotees to the fantasy genre, those who are inclined to get a major modification done, will probably have their ears pointed.

Thanks to Arseniy, this young lady was able to get her ears sculpted the way she wanted them.  Whether she’s a fan or not, her ears definitely fall into the category of elven.


Now as to how he managed to sculpt her head to remove her face entirely, that’s a story for another day.  Although from what I understand, it was reversed due to some breathing difficulties.

3 thoughts on “Cutting right to the point

  1. I don’t think they are very well done, but maybe once they settle and heal more… I usually love ear pointing but the result seems to be so variable that it puts me off having it done, I would go for it if it was more certain to look as I want it to.

  2. first of all, these ears had 55 piercings each one before the operation.
    there were a lot of scars and celoids; now they’re much better.

    and the second, these ears are only couple minutes freed from fixing boundages, this is why they’re red.
    it had elapsed 2 months after the operation atm.

    and the third – up to rob – client’s face is cut out due to client’s wish.
    btw, i’ll post another elven ears soon, with face :)) so don’t worry about it.

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