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Thread: Venom vs. Carnage Statue
June 28th, 2009 #1
Venom vs. Carnage Statue
just finished this guy. took 3 weeks to do.
all sculpey. sculpted separately and painted separately then attached with appoxy.
let me know your thoughts
Last edited by fritofrito; August 2nd, 2009 at 02:44 PM.
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June 28th, 2009 #2
some unfinished stuff i've been working on as well
here are some things that have yet to be painted and/or finished up
first up a is a hulk bust i have been working on
next are some comission works i've been working on as well.
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I liked the way you play with the anatomic proportions. Pure talent!
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Really, really good works!
I like the dragon bust and the hulk... well, the girl too, but the dragon just rocks for its design.
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June 29th, 2009 #6
Wow you have been busy. very cool to see your work again. Reall love that dragon by the way. Great to see you getting stuff done. I need to get on the ball...
June 29th, 2009 #7
TeaMonster hey there, its great to hear from you. i've been super busy and just havent had time to log on. or keep forgeting to :/ thanks for the kind words
June 29th, 2009 #8
3 foot dragon commish
hey there guys here is something i had been working on the the bast 3 months and finally got done like a week ago.
i was comissioned to make a 3 foot dragon for a client. not only did i have to sculpt this guy out of super sculpey (which is super expenisve, excuse the pun lol) i had to mold him and make it cast it out of urethane.
so i decided to sculpt this guy in sections. here i'll show you all the processes it went through.
first up with the armature. i then started to sculpt the head first.
in the first pic i had my mom hold up this big guy because he was too top heavy and couldnt stand on his own (poor amature planning can hurt you down the line as this piece sorta did)
June 29th, 2009 #9
June 29th, 2009 #10
such a dragon would fit on top of my door XD
just awesome O.o
and one question: if you use wood as base, do you mold it later on instead of baking it? or does it work with the wood inside?
June 30th, 2009 #11
Ah, this is wonderful. It's great to see the latest work collected together. Aside from the construction, the colors in your pieces really stand out. I can never seem to pull myself away from the clay long enough to get anything painted. I'm going to need a vacation from sculpting just to take care of that.
And the new dragon is already off and running. I'll be interested to see how you handle the wooden armature elements. I'm intrigued by your process, so I'll certainly be following along with the good work that's on the way.
... a cry went up into the shuddering air, and faded to a shrill wailing, passing with the wind, a voice bodiless and thin that died, and was swallowed up, and was never heard again in that age of this world.
July 1st, 2009 #12
Thank you for the dragon pictures, it helps me (and I am sure others) see things build up from the core elements in style. I can take this and hopefully realise my own creations.
So, where will your imagination take you today?...
July 6th, 2009 #13
here are some pics of the hulk, however these pics kinda suck ( i took them real fast before taking the bust to school and leaving it there on display)
will take some better ones once i get it back.
paint needs a little refining as well.