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He also had the motivation to move out of his hometown, where his art was not well received.
"You haven't lived 'til you've been called a Satanic pornographer," he says.
Tiny metal steps are welded to the interior framework, leading to an observation platform. He excitedly tells us about his latest project, a version of Leonardo da Vinci's huge 24-foot-tall horse.
It offers a view of Wayne's sculpture of a life-size crucified devil, which Wayne calls a cross between Pazuzu and the Creature from the Black Lagoon. "I build in little teeny pieces, and I have no way of measuring -- so I could spend years on this thing and it may not work," he says.
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