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    Imp WIP: first time post, first time sculpt...

    Hi there!

    Here's a little WIP sculpt to get my feet wet, working with Super Sculpey. I have fiddled with various sculpting media before, but never seriously or with intent on actually completing the piece. I thought a bust would be a good start, nothing too ambitious, but something to give me enough to chew on and have a crack at a few different types of surfaces (skin, cloth, etc). I often get over ambitious with projects, and that can end up frustrating me.. especially with new media.

    Here's a basic sketch. I don't intend to adhere to the plan too strictly (I already dropped the goggles), but I thought it would be helpful to have some sort of plan, especially for the armature and under-layers:

    Imp WIP: first time post, first time sculpt...

    and 2 work in progress shots:

    Imp WIP: first time post, first time sculpt...

    Imp WIP: first time post, first time sculpt...

    I have only worked on the face to any level (yet no major texturing going on, yet), so that is what I am most interested in as far as feedback goes. Do the forms look convincing? If not, what do you suggest?

    Thanks in advance!

    -Paul

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    good start

    The only things that stand out to me as not looking quite right are: The chin(if that what it is and not the start of some hair), this looks a little weak compared to the rest of the piece. It needs to be blended better with the lower jaw bone,which could also do with a bit more defenition. . At the moment it just looks kind of out on its own.
    The only other thing I`d say is maybe the teeth are just a little to long. Apart from that Id say you have the start of a nice looking piece.I like the streamlined angle of the nose and forehead. Post more pics when you`re done.

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    it's actually a curly goatee, but I haven't done any detail on it... just a rough blob to indicate it's location. The sketch might give you a clearer idea of where I want to take it. To be honest, I am not quite sure how I will handle the hair, there.

    You're right, though, it would be a pretty lame chin, if that's what it was! :lol Thanks for the feedback, I really appreciate it.

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    Off to a good start

    It looks good to me--especially the details of the face.

    The sketch shows open eyes, but your sculpt has them closed. Any reason for that?

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    yep, in the sketch I had goggles, but while sculpting it I felt that eyes would be more interesting to look at. The goggles would just block too much of the eyes, which convey a lot of the persona.

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