1. Kazuhiro Tsuji
4. Color, shapes and texture
5. Unity and harmony
6. Very realistic and detailed
7. His sculpture series called, "Two Periods of Andy Warhol" shows how he wanted to express the emotions of the model of his sculpture, behind the likeness of it. On his "Artist Statement" of his website he stated, "I think about creating these faces from the inside out, concentrating on bringing to life the illusion of inner thoughts and emotion". He wanted to make a sculpture not only visually similar to the model but emotionally and thoughtfully similar, too.
8. As a beginner artist, this kind of thought of Tsuji sounded very important to me. As I try to draw a realistic drawing, I useally get the appearance right but not the emotion of it; that emotion or inner thoughts of the object was often missing in my work. So I learn from him that I have to focus on the emotion that my model or object is trying to express to create better work of art.
( He is also worked as a special effect makeup artist in the following movies: Hemingway and Gellhorn, Rise of the Planet of the Apes, Curious Case of Benjamin Button, How the Grinch Stole Christmas, Man In Black...)