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Hello. I was busy with studies last months.
So I painted a casting of a sculpt I made last year. 10 inches tall
It's made form translucant epoxy then painted with acrylic inks.
I glued my...
I put here juste few word to say that I love your work. Nice sweet and poetic. Congrats,
Hello CA's people.
I show to you my last job for art school.
It's a chameleon XD calumma parsonnii.
20 inches long including tail.
I make the master with plastiline, then cast it with resin an...
I made a casting of the bust.
I use a trick taht Chet Zar kindly gave me.
So It's an epoxy tinted casting over a base from plaster.
On the picture the bust is direct out of teh mold,...
The casting are in plaster resin, as hard as resin. A very good product.
So 40 euros one piece. 56 $ plus shipping cost
I can have you a casting if you want, even the painted piece.
I use a water-clear epoxy resin. (pébéo in europe) So I made a mold to do a kind of lens like the one we have sometime on the eye. It's sanded and polished then glue with the same resin. I apply a...
You're right about plasteline, it never cures. So I casted the head with resin plaster and the original sculpt has been melt in the oven to re-use the clay.
So the sculpt 1:1 scaled, 15 cm/6 inches long
And I'am the guy from coolmini and jmd miniatures . :^^:
So there are the final shot of the little turtle.
Thank you for viewing
Try to be more precise. We use different kind of paint, depending of your base (plaster, resin, silicone...) Obviously using different tools allow to achieve realism. I like to use both airbrush and...
For now I'm not exhibit my work. I must have my diploma this year. I would like to move form france to LA to do some exhibit with more stuff. But in few year I hope it will be OK
The lens will be crystal clear when glued on the turtle. There is a shot of the finished eye without the translucent eye protection that turtle have underwater....
Very nice model. :jawdrop: :jawdrop:
It' looks good. Very cute turtle. I must say that the way you painted it is quite adapted to your sculpting work. The eyes are a great addition too. It makes a very nice gift or Announcement birth
I have painted my plaster casting with acrylics and pigments.
I'm pretty happy with the result, I think we cannot see that it's casted in plaster so it's cool.
I must paint the eyes and add...
Thank you for your nice comments :bashful:
It's a perosnnal project. I'm building a portfolio with other kind of stuff than my usual 54 mm miniatures.
So it is an update. I added the eye with...
I love the man standing in the dark. There are very good ideas in your distorsion of anatomy. With the cat, I think there is a problem with the front legs, your "elbows" are on the outside of the...
Hey tehre s some Resident Evil things inside this guy. I like your way of sculpting, very organic and detailled but without telling too much, the tool is still there. Very cool
Rémy (sorry for the...
The bsut will be cast in a silicone and plaster version, so in the silicone I will put some hair or feather (part of the wing of a bird ?)
This is a bust I made with chavant from a speedpainting of a friend that he made on a wood box. 23cm high.
So the artwork from Boris Robin:...
I won't make the body because it requiered too much money for me, the turtle is about 30 inch long. And for a test of life-size sculpture I prefer to keep simple. And I will cast the head with resin...
chavant is a none-sulfured plasteline. It exists in soft medium and hard hardness
This is my last sculpt, an olive's rydley turtle. Size 1:1, 14 cm long. Made with soft chavant
All comment are welcome
I like the egg idea. Thank you
And yes it's my first sculpt of 9 inches tall, I made numerous miniature at 1/32 scale before
I put here some example of previous work....