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Thank you very much for the nice feedback guys!!! I'm glad you found the tut interesting and -or helpfull;)
David, Love your idea with the varriants! I'll give it a go:) I'd also love to see what you'd do with translucent resin!!
Thanks for the great feedback guys!!
Here's a link to a step by step thread i posted on my blog on my molding and casting this piece. http://ariskolokontesart.blogspot.com/2010/12/molding-casting-process-step-by-step.html
I'll post a similar one for my painting process on the translucent resin casts soon ;)
Thank you very much guys!! :)
Thank you Jake and Jarrod!! :)
Thank you very much guys!!
Jake, Thanks for the cool idea with the albino look!:) It worked great!
I was taking pics at every step of the molding casting procedure so i'll post soon.
Here's an albino version i finished today.
Thanks for looking .
Here's the finished painted resin piece.
I used acrylics.
Thanks for looking.
Thanks very much guys!!
Thank you very much Patraw, Brian and Jarrod!!
Jarrod, yeah, it looks like he could use some warm soup! lol!
The mold is ready. I'll cast and paint the first copy tomorrow and post some pics.
WOW!! Insanely good work! Your attention to detail is remarkable!
Thanks for sharing the slobber effect tips!
Fantastic!! Great character!
This is some sick work Anthony!! Awesome designs ,sculpts, textures!! keep them coming!
Thanks very much everyone!! Glad you like it! :)
I use the cloth wrap to help me visualize the character better as a full figure instead of just a bust.
Plus it makes it look cooler:) I might fabricate something for it to wear when it's finished and cast.
I'll post the finished cast soon ;)
Hey everyone, Here's my latest bust. I used wed clay and it's about 6 inches tall.
Still in progress but i guess i'll finish it tomorrow.
Thanks for looking ;)
Thank you guys!
Thank you all so much for the nice comments guys!! This kind of feedback is motivation for me!
Here's an update. I'm working on the mane now. Should be finished soon.
Thanks for looking;)
Congratulations to the winners!! Well diserved indeed!
Most of the pieces submitted were mindblowingly good in many different ways and very inspiring.I wouldn't want to be the one who had to choose which ones are the best!!:)
It was realy fun and i enjoyed it very much!I wish i could post a finished piece though. Maybe next time;)
Thank you Brandon Jarod and Simon for organizing this event! It was a blast!! ;)
Thank you all very much for the nice comments guys!! :)
Jarrod, the head is about 4-5 inches tall. I'm working on the body now ;)
Beaker, No. I think it's great for detailing. Just needs to be cold-firm when you start detailing it .
Here's a small update on the head. some small changes on the forms.
I'll post some pics with the rough body soon.
thanks for looking.
Thank you Kirk!
Hi everyone, here's something a little different from me.
I'll make it a full body sculpt probably lying down. The clay i used is called Monster clay prenium grade from Monstermakers.com
It's the first time i used it and it became an instant favorite for me!! Great stuff! Here's the link http://www.monstermakers.com/product/monster-clay.standard-grade-html
I'll update soon.
Thanks for looking ;)
Thank you guys!!
Limion, you're actually right! lol.
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