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    sculpting tutorial from Stefan Niehues

    Hi everybody,
    just want to introduce myself. I am a freelance sculptor for the toy amd miniature industry. I live in good old germany. I have posted the Orc teutorial some time ago in a wrong thread. So for al who havent seen it until now...

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    Are you interested into other Tutorials on sculpting ?



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    YES !!!!!! Absolutely. That was a great source. I'm sure there is a ton more ppl that are greateful to you for taking the time of doing all this ! :chug:

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    Truly impressive, but I have a few questions.

    1. Is a language barrier the reason there is only pictures and no dialogue?
    2. Why did you cut the orc off of the base before finishing the second arm?

    Be nice, until its time to not be nice.
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    What material is this that he's using?

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    He is using Magic Sculp as seen in picture 24. It is a 2 part resin that hardens fairly hard in a few hours.

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    @soulsaver:

    1. I have not have the time to comment every picture

    2. The workingtime was at the point to sculpt the base and for this I need the distance between the feets...



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    that was awesome!

    one question--why didnt you do the whole form first before moving into details?

    thanks again--id love to see more tuts on this!!

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