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There is an awesome kick-starter project that's very close to meeting its end goal but only has 12 hours left.
The kick-starter has many incredible videos and bits information...
Incredible work! Very well done.
All extremely cool stuff, very impressive!
ScottDotNet: Hey man, thanks! Absolutely, just message me if you need anything. :)
Harmageddon: Thanks! Of course, like I said to Scott, feel free to message me whenever you have any questions. :)...
Hello Folks, recently finished a bust out of Chavant NSP medium. Also managed to mold and cast it without too many issues (thankfully). What do you guys think?
Extremely impressive paint job / sculpture. Great work!
Amazing job sir! It's awesome to see your process and very informative for those who want to try and apply your techniques to their own work. I am extremely impressed with the innovative use of...
Ah awesome, I'll definitely have to check some of those out then when I get the chance. I know what you mean with the Simon Lee one, I haven't purchased it but I'd have definitely preferred a video...
Yea I bought a lot of awesome videos there last time they had a sale but right now I have like 3 videos I need to watch from them so I'm gonna wait before buying more. Speaking of which, which ones...
Very welcome, I mean I use rubbing alcohol and brush it over areas of my sculpture. I'm not entirely sure what you're asking. The conventional use of rubbing alcohol is to clean cuts or scrapes....
I'm no expert on Chavant but rubbing alcohol or any other alcohol based solvents should do the trick. I use to brush original scent Purell onto Sculpey to smooth it out, prob wasn't the best idea but...
Looks great, if you really want to keep doing stuff you can brush down some of the areas you want smooth with rubbing alcohol. Otherwise seems pretty much finished.
Very impressive work sir, detail sounds good at this point. I look forward to seeing it completed.
Thank you very much, I sincerely appreciate the kind words. It's great to hear from you. Hopefully we will be seeing some new posts of some of your more recent works around here...
Here's an image with different lighting and a 360 degree video for a better view and alternative perspectives.
Klydezilla: Thank you, it's approximately 10.3 inches tall and 4 inches wide.
Saf: Thanks man! Approximately 10.3 inches tall and 4 inches wide. The paint job took two...
Hello everyone, I haven't posted in here for a while and figured I'd share my most recent piece. You can check out various stages of its creation at
Looks good to me, all it needs is the cape going down slightly longer and blowing backwards plus the detail you mentioned and it should be great. Excellent Work sir.
Absolutely, I look forward to seeing the progress. Super Sculpey Firm should be easier to use for this sort of thing then regular Sculpey.
Wow, absolutely amazing work. I'm extremely impressed with the sculpture and paint job on it's own, the extra effort into the box that it sits in just makes it an unbelievable piece. Great work.
I think it looks pretty cool, if you really want to change it to make it look less "static", maybe have the cape flowing back slightly more or the legs slightly more apart in a lunging stance....
It's an awesome sculpt but it looks nothing like an Orangutan, you sure you didn't mean gorilla?
Damn, very impressive work. What medium you work in / are the pieces done in?
You are very welcome, I look forward to seeing the updated piece and I appreciate the kind words about my work.
No comments doesn't mean much, I got zero responses when I posted this picture of my finished Avatar piece: