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    Lightbulb Introducing myself

    Hello, everyone. My name is Dan Perez and I thought I'd introduce myself. Been sculpting and producing model kits for a number of years. Here is a finished piece (Good Smeagol from LOTR) and a work in progress (a sort of Cthulhu-esque embryo-type-thingie).

    I work primarily in Super Sculpey, although I have been learning how to use Castilene lately as well.

    Comments always welcome.

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    "Whatever you can do or dream you can, begin it. Boldness has genius, power and magic in it."
    -- Goethe

    Visit my online portfolio: Dan Perez Studios
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    the models are really nice, very detailed, now.. i just think you could go further with textures, that would be awesome!:chug:

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    love your work Dan, seen lots of it before at the shiflers(sp) brothers forum.
    Question: do you mix super sculpey with anything or just work with it directly?

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    SS plus what?

    Thanks, Volk. I take regular super sculpey and mix a combination of black and white sculpey III to it to get a uniform gray color. It also cuts the translucence of the pink sculpey.

    I've experimented with other mixes, but that's what I use primarily. I do sculpt fragile parts out of epoxy putty sometimes.

    "Whatever you can do or dream you can, begin it. Boldness has genius, power and magic in it."
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    Visit my online portfolio: Dan Perez Studios
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