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    Jungle girl

    Hello !

    Here is something I made for a great (and patient) friend.
    He is a fan of Bettie Page, and I am of jungle girls in general.
    So we compromised...

    First the references, and last the result of my efforts:









    Hope you liked it !

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    Nice sculpt! Did it get a paint job?

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    Thanks; no , no paint job. Just applied a very liquid resin to certain areas.
    Closes all the pores of the sculpey and hardens the surface.

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    Great work, love how the fabric is still rough!

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    Dude it's awesome!

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    Yeah, like what kind of resin?
    Sculpt's f*ing great btw, thanks for posting!

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    hi there! this is beautiful!

    i would also like to know what kind of resin you used, she looks so polished and smooth, its just awesome!

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    Great work. Beautiful face, pose, and anatomy.

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    Roberto you are the man!!!! I love how each piece you do shows your growth as an artist...beautiful stuff man!!!

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    I do so love me some Betty Page. And I do so love the way you capture the female form.

    I think you've done an excellent job of taking the reference and translating it into your particular approach to sculpting. You do achieve such a high degree of polish, and I know that stems from the materials you work with and your patience going over the piece until it's just right.

    Always look forward to your updates!

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    Wow, that is impressive right there!

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