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 !
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.
Great work, love how the fabric is still rough!
Dude it's awesome!
Yeah, like what kind of resin?
Sculpt's f*ing great btw, thanks for posting!
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!
Great work. Beautiful face, pose, and anatomy.
Roberto you are the man!!!! I love how each piece you do shows your growth as an artist...beautiful stuff man!!!
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!
... 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.
Wow, that is impressive right there!
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