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nicely done, it turned out great^^
I think I would've sanded more off the feathers to make them thinner, but that's just me:p
sweet mother of god. Thats awesome!
As a member of the general public who doesn't want to see someone get seriously injured, I also ask you not to wear this helmet as a replacement for a motor helmet.
Its cool to wear it without...
wow these are really great, and definitely really creepy.
How did you make the eyes. airbrushed by hand I take it?
They're really amazing.
Thanks! I've used some superglue to fill the cracks,
The molding didn't quite work out so I'm going to paint the original.
Here's my humble attempt at sculpting. My second fully completed thing.
Let me know what you think. I don't really have any talent in photography, and my camera is pretty crappy so...
Oh wow. amazing detail..
What material is it made from?
but cool. very nice.
Still creepy though.
hehe these are awesome!
Thanks guys, I'll try some of those and see what works best for me:)
I'm working on a sculpture with SuperSculpey and I was wondering what I could use to smooth the clay after modeling, before baking.
I've heard about Turpenoid but I can't seem to find any...
I was wondering about this too, thanks for clearing things up. I re-used some sculpey from an old unfinished model, and I can clearly see the difference with the fresher sculpey (the old one is all...
impressive, very nice
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They have pretty much everything when it comes to materials and...
That's pretty damn sweet. Are you keeping it rough or will you be smoothing it out? Cuz i think it looks great in the rough
That bat-creature is so well done, he scares me!
love your stuff, keep up the awesome work!
Really nice work. impressive and inspiring.
This kind of work just makes me want to get off my lazy butt and start modeling:)
thats some really nice stuff. Looks like the kind of models used for tabletop rpg or something.
Very impressive! great job!
holy moley batman, thats TINY! very well done.. quite impressive!
Thats so very nice. good stuff!
Id have to say that the dark background does make your work 'pop' more, but I'd have to suggest toning down the rocky texture a but.. it makes the background a bit too busy and actually works a bit...
thanks for the feedback guys. I'll smooth him over with alcohol then:)
my oven is a combination thing, so i can set it to hot air instead of microwave.
So a normal kitchen oven will do the trick? allright, thanks!
I do wonder about 1 thing.. do i need to...