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Awesome. How do you get a such smooth finish on CX5? Do you use solvent?
I'm afraid is not responsible for usps fees ^^
For my last order i asked him to send two small boxes instead of a larger one to reduce shipping costs.
You will see how much it's different from oil clay! ^^
Have you already bought additional tools? Based on my 1 month experience I would say that Alcohol lamp and something to warm large quantity are...
anyway if you want to test it now it's officialy available : http://www.store.adambeane.com/
It's not the "new" formula, but I don't think it will change so much thing
wooow, fantastic! awesome work! And great wip!
Just a very small comment, I think that the paint is a little bit too shiny, a more mat finish would be more realistic. Perhaps will you dry brush with...
@Grosby : When I ordered additional CX5 Adam kindly asked to me to not divulgate this kind of commercial information until the official release.
Anyway If possible guys it would be nice to come...
At this stage I only used a wax pen and carving tools. And since yesterday I have an alcool lamp and honestly it's just 10 times better as it make possible to use the carving tools at "high"...
Early stages of two sculpts i have begun to handle better this material (almost all the kickstarter sample is here^^)
Even if you sculpt a blob please post it ther so we can see first things with this material :)
I think he has already a quite big quantity to sell. In fact for kickstarters it was possible to buy larger quantity. this is what I did and it was sent immediately after my order.
I don't really...
You probably know the new sculpting material made by Adam beane. It's a kind of wax, but that handles like clay when warmed. (http://adambeane.com/cx5/)
Adam finished a kickstarter project...
Thanks Crowv. I learned a lot in the series of DVD from John Brown on Gnomon Workshop (http://www.thegnomonworkshop.com).
This book is also particularly stunning : Pop sculpture...
I found the transition relatively easy in fact; This is globally the same kind of work, except that in digital world we are always bothered with the topology of the mesh, which...
I have completely reworked the face and add some details. I hope this is better! Tell me please :D
However I think it will be enough for this first try in the sculpture world, I need to...
So you succeeded the casting? Was it diffcult?
My first thought was 200°F but it corresponds to 93°C, are you curing at such low temperature?
Are you sure for the temperature? for me it was more around 120 to 130°C.
And for bakeing/re-baking you can add on your already baked piece some white spirit with a paint brush all over the...
I tried to simuate the future painting with photoshop, It makes me realize that I have to do again the job on the face, and on the right leg on which the cloth seems no natural at all.
Very nice! The dog is a very good addition!
you should perhaps just add some defects on the edge of the pavements, and sharp edges a little bit, to make them more realistic
Some pics at earlier stage :
So this is my first attempt at sculpting something in "real", I'm used to do some digital sculpting in Zbrush but never tried clay before.
For this first test i used Chavant clay, thinking I...