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    DEATH WING

    My latest work.Enjoy!

    Deathwing Head,15cm hight

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    Wow, this is really nice one! Nice job!

    Did you plan sell few copy of this beast?

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    Looks really brutal, the muted colour scheme with the orange really makes it pop. Awesome creature.

    Critters! Dinosaurs! Lovecraftian horrors! ~~~~~> My creature sculpting thread!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Theodoric_Sacron View Post
    Wow, this is really nice one! Nice job!

    Did you plan sell few copy of this beast?
    The copy is gift to my friends,but I would like to know how much the painted one you think it be worth?

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    Quote Originally Posted by volrath01 View Post
    The copy is gift to my friends,but I would like to know how much the painted one you think it be worth?
    I really don't know. I never bought one like this before.

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    Lucky friends.

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    This is simply awesome. As an avid player of the game, I can say that I would gladly part with some of my cash for an opportunity to paint one of those beauties. Very inspiring.

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    This is cool, nice work. Do you have any pictures of work in progress, I would like to see how you made the base as its simple and effective.

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    I too would like to see some progression pictures if you have any. How do you go about planning what sections break apart and how?

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    Thanks for watching!
    About pictures of work in progress,I'm sorry I don't have many.
    This is the pictures of this sculpture,some damage has been done during the process of making molds.

    About the base:
    First cut out the basic form,then use a flat wood carve knife scar the surface,then use a rock press on the clay to make the texture,finally use a brush to soft the edge,and you got this base.

    About sections break apart:
    Well,It need experience.You must have a picture in your mind during the very beginning of working.I use AB putty to make the join point and framework,then use clay to finish the neck section,cast it,and the second is the upper jaw,then lower jaw,finally the horns.

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    Awesome work! They should include this in the goodies bag at the Con.

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    Looks sweet. Makes ma want to model something. ^^
    Did you use supersculpey ?

    A word about selling this:
    If its only one it goes as a piece of art and you will have no problems, but if you make copies and sell them than its a buiseness and you could get problems with blizzard.

    But you could ask them if they are interested in using this.
    Worth to ask I think.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vaejoun View Post
    Looks sweet. Makes ma want to model something. ^^
    Did you use supersculpey ?

    A word about selling this:
    If its only one it goes as a piece of art and you will have no problems, but if you make copies and sell them than its a buiseness and you could get problems with blizzard.

    But you could ask them if they are interested in using this.
    Worth to ask I think.
    I use something call "Jing Diao You Ni", "Hard caly for detail sculpturing" in English.

    It like hard wax,and recyclable.Most Chinese sculptor like me use this material.Supersculpey(AKA SS in China)is too expensive for us.

    And thank you for like my work,but I think it's not good enough for that ask.
    Maybe next one:^^;:

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