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I love this so much! Great capturing of the character's spirit. Looking forward to future process shots!
I think the embouchure is a little too far forward, too. Start with teeth, then add lips, rather than starting with a face that you add lips to.
Where did he post that?
Given the beard, Mike, I don't think this is a regular nonhuman ape.
As a person and a gamer, I love what you've done with this guy!
I dunno, man. I can't seem to search by size. This reference chart doesn't list any 3mm eyes at all, though it's a size on the chart: http://www.vandykestaxidermy.com/Eye-Reference-Chart-W24C2423.aspx
Fovos, I'm in Western Massachusetts, US. I've rummaged through a lot of taxidermy websites and haven't found the stuff I'm after. At the size I'm looking for I'm only finding human eyes and I want to...
I only post in this thread infrequently because I'm conserving my superlatives.
This is impossibly elegant. Is it finished? Or are you still adding details?
Where do you suggest getting taxidermy eyes? My first thought was to make them myself, but the ball bearings I used last time worked so well, I wanted to try something like that again, but with...
I think you might be getting frustrated by the time it takes at the scale you're working at. Try making a piece 15 cm tall and see if you can make the proportions and details work the way you like.
What do people use for artificial eyes? I'm working on a dinosaur — an Isisaurus Colberti, a particularly strange sauropod — and would like to use something unusual, probably goat eyes, but can't...
I share your feelings about the uploader. If I could do batch uploads, I'd love it.
If I recall, this is a Poochie character added to the last TMNT movie.
You can also twist and fold materials together in the traditional way. Roll them into ropes, twist the two forms of Sculpy, fold them over, roll it, fold it in half, twist it...
Man. I came back to this thread just to oggle. So wonderful. Are you going to put it in a case? It seems like it might be fragile.
Yeah, avoid oils on Sculpy. Use acrylics instead.
If you're having trouble with the weight and fragility of the material, you should consider how your armature is working. You'll want to check out...
This is really wonderful.
... which is, of course, completely unsurprising since you're making it.
How big was this guy in real life? And how big is this model?
Dude, your final looks really cool. Chalk that one up as a happy accident, I think.
This thread never ceases to amaze me.
I'm eager to see this after so long! I'm sorry it had to take a major injury to make that happen, though.
By using inferior materials you make it both harder to succeed and harder to learn from your mistakes.
So, yes, you can. But it'll almost certainly be frustrating and leave you with an inferior —...