Gerald Gore Studios

Location: Houston, Texas, United States

Saturday, February 20, 2010

Rocky Patel Sun Grown Sixty Review

The Rocky Patel Sun Grown Sixty was one of those cigars that didn't live up to my expectations. Don't get me wrong this is a great looking stick but the peppery spice was really just too much for my pallet to handle.

Read the full Rocky Patel Sun Grown Sixty review to see why I really did not care for this cigar.

All the best.

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Wednesday, February 10, 2010

Victor Sinclair Vintage Select Review

One of the biggest surprises that I have come across is the Victor Sinclair Vintage Cigar. I've had other Victor Sinclair cigars and so far none of them compare to the flavor of the Vintage Select. There are a lot of great properties for these little stogies which I have outlined in my review.

Read the full Victor Sinclair Vintage Select cigar review to see why I really liked this stick.

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Saturday, February 06, 2010

Tatiana Vanilla Cigar Review

Out of all of the flavored cigars that I have tried the Tatiana's are by my favorite. They are hands down better than the competition and the classic vanilla flavoring is by far my favorite. I recently added Tatiana vanilla cigar review page covering in detail why I think this is the best flavored cigar around.

Those of you that do enjoy flavored cigars should try these tasty treats.

All the best,

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Thursday, January 28, 2010

New Cigar Reviews Website

I have a variety of interest outside of art and one of them being cigars over the past few years. I'm currently working putting together a cigar reviews website that list some of my favorite and not so favorite cigars. I have my own unique ratings system on what I like and do not like. Over time I'll make a post here on some of my latest reviews but you can read the latest reviews at

All the best,

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Monday, September 14, 2009

African Scarification Sculpture

On my sculpting tutorial website ( I've been reworking one of my older projects that I started a couple of years ago. For the past year I have predominantly been sculpting with wax so picking up the Super Sculpey again has been a little bit of an adjustment.

What I do like about Super Sculpey is that I can easily manipulate the shapes of my sculpture with just my fingers. This is especially handy when smoothing out a large section of the sculpture. Wax requires a lot more work in the smoothing out area but the overall benefits of sculpting with wax (no armature, hard to mess up the details) still make it my favorite medium to sculpt with.

It's nice to switch materials from time to time and each time I do so I think I learn a little more about sculpting. For those interested in the tutorial, you can follow my African Scarification sculpture here.


Tuesday, July 14, 2009

Dark Fantasy Artist

There is a new website in the works for dark fantasy art. Fantasy artwork always pushes the limits of the imagination and the goal for this site is to showcase the different subjects used and also show off some of the artist in that genre.

For those that have a love for the dark arts I invite you to visit Dark Fantasy Artist at The site is new and will grow over time.

All the best,

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Thursday, June 04, 2009

Headhunter bodybuilding t shirt design

It has been awhile since I have drawn anything so I decided to take the plunge and teach myself how to draw again (sculpting in all honesty is where I'm most comfortable). Here is a new hardcore bodybuilding t shirt design for I should have more to come in the future.

- Gerald

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