Sculptures were an important part of the Gupta life style. Sculptures were made out of stone, wood, bronze, and terra-cotta clay. Most of these sculptures were portrayed as Buddhist and Hindu gods. Some portray scenes from important people lives. Many sculptures were made to stand up by them selves. But some were carved into to walls, temples, and caves. Gupta sculptures portrayed deities in human form. These sculptures were very detailed and beautiful. For example this Buddha sculpture has very smooth body and is very detailed.