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It's been a month since last time a posted on this forum. I had a bit of time to play and I've made my first males character (with some muscles).
here is what I've done so far:
followed by a faun:
and I've tryed to make a realistic hand:
I have more photos of the differents stage of the sculptures on my blog:
All comments and advices are more than welcome.
Last edited by fab03guyane; May 19th, 2008 at 05:01 AM. Reason: bad links
You are becoming experienced very fast!
I see you have come to master the painting process as well - congrat!
Any details on the painting? Any WIP shots?
Nice muscles on the faun.
Absolutely amazing!! o.O
Do you use Super Sculpey? Do you have any tips for a beginner like me?
Very superb stuff, I am surprised, I didn't expect to see such a great quality hand!
Great figures, all three of them, the only bad thing I can say is that on the faun's musical instrument the line that goes across it is obnoxiously not straight. I just have no idea why the line is so unprofessional as compared to the rest of the figure, which is made with very clean and precise aesthetic.
I don't use airbrush, it's only super sculpey, a mix of light blue and sculpey for the veins, and once the sculpture is baked, I use a mix of diluated brown and red acrylic for the wrinkles, some diluated red for the fingers and then I use a toothbrush to had some random spekle.
I like your anatomy a lot, it is very expressive. The proportions are good. The hands are amazing throughout! The core of your figures is very good, but there are a few small errors in the arm. The biceps originates under the deltoid and pectoralis - essentially in the armpit. Also, the the insertion of the biceps is lower on the forearm, I think that is why the left biceps of the faun looks strange. On the first male with the grapes, it is hard to see from the angles, but the scapula will rotate upward as well as around, so the deltoid on the left arm would be closer to the ear and rise much further above the clavicle in the front view. Also, the triceps in some views are too bulbous.