Hi everyone, i can't remember if i posted the lion sculpt i did a few weeks ago.
So here's my latest personal work.
I used the new Monsterclay (prenium grade) from monstermakers.com for this one. It's a brilliant clay and highly recommended!
The sculpt is about 12 inches long.
This one is sculpted in WED clay , molded with silicone and cast in polyester resin.About 9 inches tall .
Thanks for looking
The bat is fantastic, I am mesmerized!
Oh wow, your work is amazing. The expression in the lions' eyes is beautiful.
But my favorite is definitely the bat-man! It just looks like at any moment it's going to turn and blink its eyes and...I don't know, do something, come to life. It looks so realistic and alive, like a photograph of something living and not a sculpture. You did a fantastic job, and while I love the painted version, I almost don't know whether I like the painted one or the unpainted one better! These are gorgeous. I would love to see more from you. Thank you for sharing!
Really awesome stuff, as always!
Your work is a big inspiration
Gia so file Ari, needless to say how beautiful these sculptures are, you always come with amazing sculptures. But crazy paint job also, you manage to get that translucent effect that you get with your silicone sculptures also. Good job man.
Love the final result on the lion - will you cast him in bronze? He'll look gorgeous!
!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! wholly hell that's damn cool.
My SketchBook http://www.conceptart.org/forums/sho...d.php?t=139784
http://www.conceptart.org/forums/sho...d.php?t=192127"Everything must serve the idea. The means used to convey the idea should be the simplest and clear. Just what is required. No extra images. To me this is a universal principle of art. Saying as much as possible with a minimum of means."-John Huston, Director
Aris, I am in love with that bat creature!!
your stuff is always beyond awesome! PM Sent
fantastic skin texture. Great design. Inspiring stuff
The bat creature is so awesome!! The lion is wonderful, very realistic!!!
The close-up pic of the bat creature is my new desktop background. That is just stunning.
The bat creature is definitely tops. The form is astounding, but what blows me away even more is the depth in your paint job -- the dewy texture of the skin, the highlights around the nose and bottom lip, the interior of the ears, need I go on? Any tips for helping to achieve that kind of luminosity?
your bat is looking amazing grt sculpt..
I like the lion - but the Bat figure is awesome! I'd love to see a full body sculpt of it!!
Always look forward your updates, AK. Post all you got - the more the better!!
WOW! THANK YOU ALL SO MUCH FOR THE WONDERFULL FEEDBACK!!!
I really apreciate it! It's also the kind of motivation i need to try and come up with something new and original each time!
I'll update my blog with pics of the progress of the molding and casting procedures.
Also check my blog to see the albino version of the bat creature. http://ariskolokontesart.blogspot.com/
I thought the paint job on the original bat creature was good but that albino version is awesome, I love how you can make resin look so life like.
Wow that bat looks really really good. Love the paintjob! The lion looks great too.
Wow! Loving the bat creature thingy, it looks so real its kinda creepy, the eyes and ears are kind of memorizing! Detail is fab, if I can ask how long did they take you from start to finish?
A fan of your moody lion to though, as he looks most unamused of your bat.
Your Number one Fan!!.
Can you be so nice to post some tutorials or videos of your sculpting process, molding or even painting. They just look awesome awesome x 100!!
Last edited by nailujrohk; December 28th, 2010 at 08:39 AM.
That bat-creature is so well done, he scares me!
love your stuff, keep up the awesome work!
What did you paint the resin cast with?
I've only ever sculpted in WED clay, made a fiberglass mould and filled with silicone... very interested in making the mould out of silicone and casting in resin! Any info would be greatly appreciated
Once again... wow
amazing work!!!Realistic skin texture on the bat creature!!!!how did you make it!?
awesome man great sculpt i really love the way of your sculpting nice details eyes is looking really dangerous.you r donning stunning work
only allaha judge me
i love what u did on the bat...this fantastic paint job...awesome dude
Love the Fangalobolo. I'm talking to Scott Whitworth about it now. I'd love to hear a few tips on achieving the "albino" finish. Those eyes are amazing too.
Thank you very much everyone!!! I apreciate it !
You can ckeck my blog's archives for video demos and tutorials on how i go about sculpting, molding casting and painting my pieces. There's a lot more to come in the future so check back every once in a while. http://ariskolokontesart.blogspot.com/
I was watching the wrinkle one, great stuff, you rock.
Outstanding Aris - I am following your blog and enjoyed the videos you posted! You are greatly talented!!! Love the creativity!