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    Dark Elf & Orc (1/16) WIP

    Hello!
    These are my curent sculptures that I'm working on.
    A dark elf(110mm to the eyes) and a black orc (170mm to the top of the head).
    If any of you have any tips I'll be glad to read them.
    The elf is 100% polymer clay(green area=fimo classic) and the orc is a mixture of polymer clay and epoxie putty.
    Dark Elf & Orc (1/16) WIP

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    These are great, the elf girl is super hot and the orc is super orc-ish? Great sculpts. Nice chain mail. Lots of detail. Really good stuff.

    Mah ' Crub

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    Thanks Mah ' Crub!
    The chain mail is my favorite aspect on the Orc.At first I wasn't sure but after 2 days of work and enough area covered it looks apart.

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    hey Wow I love your elf really she is beautiful and her hair is amazing,and your orc is spectacular the chain mail is increible ,so clever idea and thanks por sharing whit us.

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    Man I really love the work. great detail and very inspiring. keep up the great work and keep posting...

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    can i ask some tips on how you sculpted the hair on your dark elf?

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    Ok that is one of the coolest looking ocs out there. You dont, by any chance work for Games Workshop do ya?

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    Thanks guys!
    Here's the avatar Orc.
    Dark Elf & Orc (1/16) WIP
    For normal colors just watch the negative.

    renkinjutsushix I made the base shape and then simply added layers opon layers of thin rolled clay sausages.After 4-7 maybe more sausages(yumy!) I sliced them in half with a blunt tool(directly on the model).

    MrAnimation Thanks for the compliment . I'm working for myself so far, just a fan of GW fantasy world.

    Thanks again for all the feedback!

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    It's topics like this that make me doubt the whole 'CA doesn't dole out meaningless asspats like DA' thing.

    First off, great job on the sculpting. There's a lot that's good about it. It's just that someone might need to point out where it's not going quite right. Since no-one better piped up, I'll have my say. It won't be pretty.

    The elf: it looks like you concentrated on the big round breasts and buttocks to the detriment of other parts. The legs, especially the lower legs, are too long. 'But it's an elf' doesn't cut it, it still looks strange. Also, you might be going for an airbrushing cheesecake look, but give her some muscles. Just a hint of definition to break up the tubes.
    The muscles and masses of the stomach seem to have been stretched downwards but didn't have anywhere to go, which also results in a strange truncated-pelvis effect. Otherwise, something about the torso seems too 'compact'.
    The face is very flat across the brow and cheekbones, with only the nose breaking up the effect. It's very noticeable in the bottom profile pic, and unfavourably exaggerates the deep philtrum, and protruding lips and chin.
    The hair is good, but looks strange twisted around itself and her body, with no visible fastenings.
    The armour needs a bit more smoothing and sharpening.

    More on the orc a bit later...

    ...which is only my opinion.
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    Whatever,,,, I can tell you as a stone cold leg man, that there is nothing wrong with this girls legs!!!! These are really good and cool sculpts! Keep up the good work! I want to see her finished!

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    Thanks!
    The legs are really fine so far.No need to do extra details on them as she will have long boots and leather pants.
    Everything else is well pointed.
    Orc update:

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    Awesome! details and textures are great!
    The girl hair is amazing, please make a tutorial!

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    So perfect, tomapaul.
    How do you make it?
    I like them.
    Thanks for sharing.
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