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    Yes,I love to see you doing on details,very very neat one.I have a question, How many hours did you spend on this work in each day? Cause I 've kept follow your work , It should take a lot of time doing all these details. When do you think it's gonna finish? Did you plan on that?

    Very nice work man! It encourages me a lot!

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    Quote Originally Posted by OTTA View Post
    Yes,I love to see you doing on details,very very neat one.I have a question, How many hours did you spend on this work in each day? Cause I 've kept follow your work , It should take a lot of time doing all these details. When do you think it's gonna finish? Did you plan on that?

    Very nice work man! It encourages me a lot!
    Hey Otta,

    Heh heh.. yeah good question. I spend about 2-3 hours most nights only, so not a great deal of time spent on it. I haven't planned out how long it will take at all, I'm just doing this in my own spare time. I like to spend a long time on sculpts because I simply don't want to rush it, because I may wreck it or miss a spot. The large dragon at the start of the thread took months, but in actuallity if you add up the hours, it's probably a few weeks. If that makes sense? And I'm glad you like the details, thank you buddy!



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    Quote Originally Posted by Wiggins View Post
    Jaw dropping, as is everything that's been posted by you here, keep on it! Looks wonderful, really impressive energy radiating from his whole pose and expression.

    It's starting to not give me that "Falcor Likes to Eat Babies" look, more demon-ish as the details and spikes come into play. :-P
    Hey Master Wiggins matey,

    Heh heh.. your posts make me laugh! It's amazing what spikes do.. Heh. I just hope that it won't look stupid when I'm finished. You see, I didn't conceptualise the spikes and scales, just the general design, but nothing too heavy. Anyway yeah man, this dude eats Falcor for breakfast no problem! And thank you for all your kind words and support my friend

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    It's looking awesome! Thanks for showing how to make the scales...I am still learning about the whole scale-making process. I noticed that the long scales on the face were made from rolled out clay stuck on. Also, the scales on the shoulders stick up a little higher..did you roll them out or just molded them right on spot?

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    Just 3 hours a night? That flies by real fast with me!

    Excellent work here once again, I've kept track of your sculptures for some time now, and I have to say it gives me great inspiration. I have some questions for you. How do you cure your sculptures? Oven? And since you have the wooden spikes, does that get burned?

    Thanks and keep up the great work.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mad Cross View Post
    It's looking awesome! Thanks for showing how to make the scales...I am still learning about the whole scale-making process. I noticed that the long scales on the face were made from rolled out clay stuck on. Also, the scales on the shoulders stick up a little higher..did you roll them out or just molded them right on spot?
    Hey Mad Cross buddy,

    Aw bless you mate, you really don't have to thank me and yeah, the wya I made the shoulder spikes is to draw in a grid where the spikes/scales are going to be, then using a spatula ended tool push each shape from different angles. That probably confused you? What I'll do is upload shots of how I've done it.. hope I can find them! So yeah to answer your question.. I moulded them each on the spot.

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    Quote Originally Posted by taurn7 View Post
    Just 3 hours a night? That flies by real fast with me!

    Excellent work here once again, I've kept track of your sculptures for some time now, and I have to say it gives me great inspiration. I have some questions for you. How do you cure your sculptures? Oven? And since you have the wooden spikes, does that get burned?

    Thanks and keep up the great work.
    Heh heh.. yeah 3 hours certainly does fly.. sometimes it's not even that! I wish I could have a week solid's worth of time to work on it. And I use a heat gun (any ol' cheapo heat gun will do) to cure the whole thing. It really is a boring experience because I sit there holding a gun moving it around real slow so it bakes the whole thing. Alternatively, you can design your own sculpt so that it comes apart in pieces, and these pieces can then be baked in the oven (even a titchy oven) That's how I made a few of my sculpts. And thank you my friend, for all your kind words.. much appreciated

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    Spikey scale making

    Hey guys,

    Below is a slightly more detailed view of how I made the shoulder spikes/scales. My apologies if the pictures aren't clear enough! I set up my camera to take shots every 30 seconds, but I didn't zoom in as much I should've! But, it does show the mesh/grid that I start off with and how it progresses. Hope this helps anyone who is interested!

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    More amazing work, really enjoying seeing your progress!
    Love this guy's expression

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    Awesome step-by-step. would love to see more of the same, Kenshiro. This guy looks better and better all the time!

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    Simply astounding my friend! The amount of detail you put into your work is amazing. I hope to one day achieve a similar quality to my work. By the time I catch up to where you are now, you will be a Super Grand Master at what you're doing.

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    I think I got it. You just raised them a little higher than others. I thought maybe you made little balls of sculpey and then worked them into the scales, making them more higher and pointier than others.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mad Cross View Post
    I think I got it. You just raised them a little higher than others. I thought maybe you made little balls of sculpey and then worked them into the scales, making them more higher and pointier than others.
    Hey MadCross, if you go to post #158 you'll notice that I uploaded a bunch of photos of how I made the spikey shoulders

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    Quote Originally Posted by Artastic View Post
    Simply astounding my friend! The amount of detail you put into your work is amazing. I hope to one day achieve a similar quality to my work. By the time I catch up to where you are now, you will be a Super Grand Master at what you're doing.

    Keep it up!!
    Ooh I dunno about being a grand master one day! Although it would be nice wouldn't it eh? Heh heh. Anyway, I think more than anything the most important thing is to enjoy yourself in which I do very much. Just seeing my drawings, my vision in the form of a sculpt gives me a buzz! Many thanks again buddy

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    Quote Originally Posted by TeaMonster View Post
    More amazing work, really enjoying seeing your progress!
    Love this guy's expression
    Thank you buddy, it means a lot to me!

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    Quote Originally Posted by maddmaestro View Post
    Awesome step-by-step. would love to see more of the same, Kenshiro. This guy looks better and better all the time!

    Maddmaestro
    I'm really happy that you're enjoying the step by step.. I've always wanted to do this kind of thread where I show how I get on. I now set up my camera every time I work on the sculpture! And I really want this to look better with every shot i take, I'm really determined! (of course)

    Many thanks again

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    I'm really loving the scale detail and expression that you're creating for the "dragon man's" face! Awesome!

    I'm curious about the little tiny bits of clay that are clinging to some of the scales from the carving that you're doing in the face. How do you intend to clean that or do you just leave it? Do you maybe buff it off with sandpaper after you've heated/dried the sculpt at the end? Or is that something you remove with alcohol before using the heat gun, or do you do something else entirely?

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    Sorry - I did'nt see your last dragon until now. The spikey scales are just brilliant. the facial expression on this one is great.

    Dont you find SS too soft to work with?

    Thanks for sharing!

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    Quote Originally Posted by tatiana View Post
    I'm really loving the scale detail and expression that you're creating for the "dragon man's" face! Awesome!

    I'm curious about the little tiny bits of clay that are clinging to some of the scales from the carving that you're doing in the face. How do you intend to clean that or do you just leave it? Do you maybe buff it off with sandpaper after you've heated/dried the sculpt at the end? Or is that something you remove with alcohol before using the heat gun, or do you do something else entirely?

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    Hey Tatiana,

    Thank you for your very kind words

    And when it's almost finished I brush the whole thing down with a soft bristled brush, and then use rubbing alcohol to polish the entire sculpt, to get rid of those jagged edges and to make the surface nice to look at!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aseyngel View Post
    Sorry - I did'nt see your last dragon until now. The spikey scales are just brilliant. the facial expression on this one is great.

    Dont you find SS too soft to work with?

    Thanks for sharing!
    Hey Aseyngel,

    Heh heh.. no need to apologise my friend It's great to hear from you, how are you doing? And thank you buddy it means a lot to me to hear such kind words I hope it all works out well and won't go wrong (My last one was a disaster, i made a mermaid and burnt it's hands and face.. yep, i left it in the oven too long and forgot about it lol)

    And yes, for smaller areas inparticular the clay can be a bit 'springy' so I may just try the sculpey firm one day. Do you use Sculpey Firm?

    It was great to hear from you mate! Best wishes!

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    Update 27.10.08

    Hey Guys,

    Hope you can bare with me, I'm slowing down a little now that I'm working more on the details. As you can see, I'm creating textures for the legs now. All looks a little rough at this stage, as I do several 'passes' before the whole sculpt is complete.

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    Hope this helps because you'll see how I made the scales, using the same principles as texturing the shoulders.

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    Update 28.10.08.. Hands!

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    Scalin' that beasty up while still keeping the underlying musculature showing through, is there anything about that, that ISNT amazing?

    Lookin' sweet. I've been going back and forth from this post to the beginning ones, so fun to watch this process.


    EDIT: I'm also glad my initial sculpt I'm trudging though has no scales what-so-ever. :-P

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wiggins View Post
    Scalin' that beasty up while still keeping the underlying musculature showing through, is there anything about that, that ISNT amazing?

    Lookin' sweet. I've been going back and forth from this post to the beginning ones, so fun to watch this process.


    EDIT: I'm also glad my initial sculpt I'm trudging though has no scales what-so-ever. :-P
    Heh heh.. thank you Wiggins And having the muscles show through can get a little messy whilst making the scales, but hopefully it will look okay in the end!

    And thank you for going through my post, I'm glad that you enjoy it. It means a lot to me.. must mean that I must be doing something right. I was kinda worried that I'd bore everyone to death lol

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    Love how dramatic your style is. Thanks for the progress photos.

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    The attention to detail is simply mind-boggling!

    And of course, with the birth of the artist came the inevitable afterbirth - the critic.
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    I've started making the feet, so I thought i'd show you the process of how I did it. Well, it's in it's rough form at the moment, but you can see how it all starts to take form. Bird feet or dinosaur fete fascinate me, and by studying it's anatomy you can really see how and why they run so fast, grab things with their feet and use them as weapons even. I just hope that I've put these ideas into some use!

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    Layers layers and more layers! The feet demand layers!
    Thanks for showing the progress shots. Do you normally work building layers up like that on all sculpts? I only ask as I'm curious if you ever build up excess, and then tool it down to where you want it, in terms of muscle mass.

    I agree with dino/bird/any animal that seems to employ those "backward" bends in their joints and legs, always makes them look just that more intricate.

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    Quote Originally Posted by One Eyed Terror View Post
    Love how dramatic your style is. Thanks for the progress photos.
    Dramatic.. I like that. I never actually thought of it that way! thank you dude.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Adam Synapse View Post
    The attention to detail is simply mind-boggling!

    Thank you Adam! I do try as much as I can to pay as much attention as I can to detail, but most times especially when I've baked them I think to myself.. 'oh great.. I've missed a bit here and there'. Heh.

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