Sculptor builds a stunning life-size elephant playing chess with a mouse - GazeFeed


Sculptor builds a stunning life-size elephant playing chess with a mouse - GazeFeed


We've all been into amusement parks and different public places where we usually see these amazing sculptures. But, this amazing life-size elephant was built by a sculptor with the use of sand and it's not just the usual one, it's seems to look like real! 


The mind behind this creation is the brain child of world-renowned sculptor (mostly pumpkins) Ray Villafane and artist Sue Beatrice.


The life-size elephant has 9-feet long and it's astonishing! 


The theme of the sculpture is between the mouse and elephant playing with a chess. 


Sue (one of the sculptor) even made a back story of their project, 

“There was a young elephant named Chessie
who ate peanuts but was very messy
when a mouse had him beat>
and with no way to cheat
he made one last move and compressed him.”


They named also the elephant as Chessie Trunkston.



While on the otherhand, the field mouse was named, Hershel Higginbottom.

The details in each angle of this sculpture is very tremendous! You can check out their channel to look how critical the making of this project was:



This sculpture is really amazing, in which the passion of the artist can be seen on the output of this. You can really see the difference of an sculptor who have passion on their craft, as what the output of their project is really tremendous! What can you say about this? Comment down below. 

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