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    1. Sister Jenson 62 months ago | reply

      jesus christ, I would ask you how you do this but I doubt there is a simple answer. It's pretty cool Calvin.

    2. box builder 62 months ago | reply

      Practice reveals the limits of the material and then you go right up to the edge.

    3. koinis 60 months ago | reply

      Love this, freaking awesome work!! I most try to do something similar this summer :)

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    4. jbuddenh 50 months ago | reply

      Beautiful! This would be most welcome
      in the group Geometric Sculpture. Please join and submit this and any other nice geometric sculpture photos you may have.

    5. Ben Unleashed! 38 months ago | reply

      This is sand!? Incredible!

    6. sandyfeet 17 months ago | reply

      I really love your style of sand sculpture... thanks for sharing.

    7. box builder 17 months ago | reply

      Thanks for taking a look.

    8. soleilune1 15 months ago | reply

      Dear Mister, School editor www.editionsdidier.com , we prepare a new book in the collection Paper Planes, for the school "Sandcastles on the Moon". We would like is it possible to reproduce on of your picture in your collection Sandcastles ? I send you an email on facebook. Thank you very much your answer. Here the email of my company : agalicher@editions-didier.fr Sincerely yours Aurélia Galicher

    9. Sophie Shapiro New Directions [deleted] 13 months ago | reply

      Fantastic!

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