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Thanks for all the crits guys, I definitely learned a thing or two. Looking forwards to learning some more on the next one.
Concept: Red-hot Rock Louse
This species of giant louse lives in the calderas of active volcanoes. They feed by pulverizing knobs of rock into a fine dust that they can digest...
update of my rock louse final
First COW, I'm mostly a trad sculptor so I've decided to work on my weakness in the 2d arena.
Pulverizes rocks into a fine dust so it can digest the carbon and iron for it's armor
now that you mention it, the joints are bugging me...
as for the leaves, at least the ones i picked are grooved on the top and veined on the bottom, although i suppose i could blend them some.
Sorry, I meant to mention the clay in my first post.
I'm using Chavant NSP medium.
My take on a forest fairy.
almost done, need to do feet and possibly re-do some wrinkles.
I plan on eventually casting this piece.
as always, critique away!
The art market is a difficult one. From what my teachers tell me, we have to make our own market. The best thing you can do is just get your work out there. The other half is to find where you can...
Finished the head today. More to come.
What grade of Roma Plastilina do you use? Some of your pieces using it look polished in places.
Thanks guys. And I am a Fencer Ma'c, at least I was before I became a poor college student. I've been itching like crazy to pick it back up though. It's been too long since I've had a good bout.
Got frustrated sculpting my girl's head today, so I made a quick concept sculpt of a sketch I did a while back. I plan to make a full figure based off this someday, but i think i'll use a much harder...
I like the concept, and it looks like you already learned a valuable lesson. Starting over can be one of the hardest things to do. But be patient and you will get it. This link has helped me with my...
I'm quite scared right now
As an added bonus here's a speed sculpt I did as an "in between projects" practice project. Total sculpt time 1:30; height 3 in.
Finals snuck up on me so sculpting has taken a backseat for the past week or so. Anyway I'm working on an amazonian warrior princess to fight my lizardman. I haven't done much art of the female...
Thanks Mordus, I've always had a soft spot for the lizardmen. I agree with the scales issue, i was running into technical difficulties due to my relative inexperience so I was messing up some of...
Hi, I just finished my first real sculpt. Give me your comments and critiques. looking forward to working on more.
First time poster! Looked like fun so here I am.
Looking forward to learning a bunch from you guys.