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    super sculpey monster

    This is my first attempt at working with super sculpey. I built up a fairly sturdy armature before adding on the clay. I haven't baked it yet so I am open to as many crits as you all are willing to give. Hopefully it doesnt crack.

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    nice job looks like alien hominid mated with h.r. giger's brains. with a little bit of mugwump on the back side. its right side feels a little off, like its leaning on its tail, or it might be the photo hard to tell.

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    Really like the claws and muscle layout-nicely sculped cat as well-lol

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    Fantastic! I love the muscles!

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    very sexy

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    looks tight. love the details to the muscles. really good work

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    I like it... the muscles look very realistic. I would like to see more. Cute cat.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Liljimmisticles View Post
    nice job looks like alien hominid mated with h.r. giger's brains. with a little bit of mugwump on the back side. its right side feels a little off, like its leaning on its tail, or it might be the photo hard to tell.
    I agree with this... he appears to be resting on his tail. Moving the right leg back a bit to ground it more, or moving the spine more to the left to counter balance could fix this.

    Otherwise it is looking damn sexy!

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    Very cool design! Love the muscles, but the head steals the show

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    I love sculpey, I've just started modeling recently. I tip that I learned from J-suns site is to boil sculpey instead of baking it. Obviously he boils it because a lot of his stuff uses a plastic action figure base, but I tried it myself recently and was amazed at the results. Came out nice and hard with all the details intact.

    He has instructions on his site. The deal is not to put it in boiling water, but to bring water to a boil and submerge it in there.

    I know the size of your beast might make this difficult though, a big pot maybe?

    I feel dumb giving advice to someone as skilled as you, just a suggestion though in case you have not tried it already.

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    This is an awesome first attempt, you've got really great grasp on the anatomy.
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