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    Abrodos' serious attempts at sculpture

    Hi everyone! After a long time without posting, i'm back again to the sculpture section of these forums.

    I'll start posting four busts. Crit me hard, I'll really appreciate it.

    Thank you in advance!

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    Looking good so far. Maybe too early for a critique...so far, so good.

    Mah ' Crub

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    they look very very rough beyond that i got nothing

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    Thank you guys for the critiques! The thing is, I don't really know how to continue these pieces. Anyway, they've dried out and I don0t think I can save them. with the next piece I've tried to go a bit further. Any suggestions on anatomy and texturing will be strongly welcome.

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    That last one looks pretty cool.
    You asked for advise... so here is some... challange yourself to do one that is smoothed down, and given some fine details. Just play and let your imagination run wild with it. But make it tight and refined. it is really good practice to work beyond our infered capabilitys, to stretch beyond the comfortable...so to speak. I can see that you can do this.

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    is it pottery clay?

    if it is you should spray down your work and wrap your pieces with plastic between sessions so you can continue to work on them obver time just make sure it doesn't mold

    you should get around a week on the worst cases to work on your finish

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    thats good work!

    con la arcilla es realmente dificil modelar! pero todo se logra con practica! exitos!

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