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    Elle L, Savior of Something (updated 4/7)

    Been working this character out for a minute now. Haven't decided on what to do for the base yet, here are the WIPs so far.

    Elle L, Savior of Something (updated 4/7)
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    Super Sculpey
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    I find her arms to be really thin when compared to the rest of her stature, especialy her boobs
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    Sadly i have to agree with Pavel. The sculpt looks great and the detail is amazing, it´s just that the right arm/chest area looks wrong. It´s like the boob/pectoralis doesn´t connect to the shoulder area.
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    That can be fixed, preciate it
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    Great design and "motion pose"...

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    Awesome piece. I totally dig it and the motion you have going on.

    I would fix the arm as others have suggested.

    How did you make the whip without it cracking/breaking/just plain being a pain in the arse? did you use something like a thick wire inside it and wrap it in clay or epoxy?

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    Nice work. She is a little knock-kneed and pigeon-toed from some angles, and her breasts definitely look like implants.

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    Thanks guys. The whip was a pain in the ass at first, but then I just looked at it from the most simplistic POV. CUt a piece of wire and straighten it out as much as possible. Then proceed to roll it in clay, getting thinner near the tip. Roll it in desired texture, then clip the clay off both ends, leaving a bit of wire exposed. Then simply grip both ends with your hands or pliers and coil it into desired position, No touch-ups necessary, no bunching or binding, just a clean curve. Hope this helps.

    And Elwell, What's wrong with implants?
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    Nothing, if that's what you intended.

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    I wasn't intending implants, but I was going for was incredibly large boobs without going all Heavy Metal. I toyed with adding mass to her arms, but as soon as I looked at it I knew I would get jaw-jack about her having "Man-arms"
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    Thanks Prophet.

    As to her arm, its not the arm that is thin, its the shoulders. you could solve the problem by building up the right shoulder pad thing a bit.

    that said, it is still very cool.
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