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    CC2010 - Hangman

    Alright, so I'm pretty new to sculpting but I figure I'll give it a go. I'm going to do Hangman loosely based on the inpiration below.

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    Hangman armature CC2010

    Made the armature and bulked it up a bit with foil. Not totally sure about the pose but I'm guessing the flaws will reveal themselves when the Sculpey goes on. I'm using a 50/50 mix of Super Sculpey and Sculpey Firm, which I still think is too sticky but I might change the ratio as I go along.

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    Wow that was quick, great start!
    I do love seeing peoples armatures

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    2nd update

    Thanks TeaMonster and thanks for hosting this competition, seems to be just the thing I needed to kick my ass into sculpting mode - let's hope it doesn't end up looking like I'm sculpting with my ass though

    I've now put a few hours into getting some Sculpey on the armature. The pose is looking a bit lame right now I think...needs some more attitude.

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    3rd update

    Added some more Sculpey to the body and also tried to make his right hand/glove but that didn't come out like I imagine it would. Giving that another try tonight and hopefully it will actually turn out looking like a glove. It only stands 7½" tall which makes the detailing a bit more complicated than I wished for.

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    so far your figure seems ok! i'm a new sculptor too and I'm looking forward to seeing how hangman will be at the end! good luck

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    Thanks Thibron92! The glove came out much better on the second attempt. Will try and update with pics tonight.

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    4th update

    The glove came out looking better but I'll tweak it a little when I've done the left one as well. Also started to shape the boots into someting more finished.

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    5th update

    i think this will turn out pretty good in the end but there sure is a lot of work left...

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    It feels like the hands and shoulders should be bulked out more, the volumes feel off.
    It's looking good though!

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    Keep at it my man.
    Im sure you will do great.

    hint : clean it up like there is no tomorrow

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    ekobor: Thanks for the constructive criticism. I'll see if I can get som more Sculpey on there.

    mufizal: Thanks for the hint I'll just have to find a good way to clean it up then... lots of coffee and patience probably.

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    6th update

    I've been trying to smooth this dude out but that is tedious work. So to give me a break from that I started working on the gallow and tried my hands at making some rope... turned out pretty cool I think.

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    wow aRKaycreative I'm impressed with your progress. I agree completely, the rope came out really nicely. Also like the addition of fold detail in the hood. Guess it's a case of add, add, add and keep going.

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    that rope makes all thing likes great

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    Thanks Nubitt and semoet. I'm planning on adding more ropes to the sculpt later on. I just need to do some more smoothening

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    FINISHED

    Alright, so I've finished the sculpt and I'm taking two things with me; Sculpting rocks (as if you didn't know) and I really need to learn how to smoothen this shit out.

    Kind of happy about how my very first finished sculpture turned out even though I am aware that a lot of things could be done better. I'll give it a week and then start thinking about the next one.

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    Good stuff, really nice rope btw.

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