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September 26th, 2009 #1
As dragons are popular around here, I give you a slightly different slant on the topic. It was made from a mix of sculpy firm and premo.The beast rests on a base of Spalted Beech,which sets him of rather nicely.
I was going to do a pillar of humanoid skulls/bones but choose instead to go for this simple pillar in aged gold. As I intend to do a series of three different draco skulls one will use this idea.
I have not posted as I did not want to inflict my hidious phone cam shots on everyone .Here is the new camera! ( what do you mean you thought this was taken on a phone...) Enjoy friends! next up all things Cthulhu..
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Excellent work! I like the paint job!
Only one thing: some big spike looks like a carved wood or... but that's just my opinion.
If it had body it would be great!
and again: Really nice work!
September 28th, 2009 #5
Really nice work,superb paint job
The eyes are a nice touch,Great stuff
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September 28th, 2009 #6
Hey guys thanks for the kind words.Its great to have such sculptors comment. Your right theo, that spike in the middle doesnt seem sharp enough. Tell you what happend when I was making the armature I put slightly thick steel under the spikes where I should maybe have used a thinner part so I could sculpt it to a better point. * looks worried* hmm I might actually grind it down with my dremmel and redo the the detail and paint before it gets cast.
The eyes were a debate with myself a bit, wasnt sure about them for a few days. Now they have grown and I rather like them.