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Its been a while since I posted here, I got a bunch of stuff I want to show still.
I'm going to post more as time allows...crazy deadlines right now.
I've started a sculpting blog as well to anyone interested.
Here are a few more links to my work, which I will be updating quite frequently.
Thanks for looking!
Last edited by Chris Vierra; March 13th, 2012 at 01:45 AM. Reason: Update
Wow, looks awesome! Is that Castilene you used?
This is some fantastic work! The amount of detail you are able to sculpt is amazing.
Every child is an artist. The problem is how to remain an artist once we grow up.
- Pablo Picasso
where do you get cx5 from?
Awesome! All your work is amazing! Great stuff!
I take it you are into Warcraft? you have the blizzard style down to a T. I love it. I'm always threatening to sculpt my Gnome warrior but never get round to it. way to go!
Edit - Ahh blizzard are actually going to release it. That's fantastic, mention if you can to anyone who happens to be connected to them that we want a decent Gnome figurine ( the one on the strider with the Armour is nice but we need one with just a gnome looking like a gnome
Last edited by TitusCrow; March 23rd, 2011 at 04:06 AM.
this is killing me i need to get some cx5 GRRRRRRRRRRRR.
Just updated this thread with some new goodies.
I love your work, is amazing.
oh oooohhh... great works and that stuff sounds to be like magic for sculpting with... can't wait to get me hands on it... when, when, when
Great work! the details are simply amazing!
thanks again guys! more on the way soon!
Updated with some new pics
another one for HCG. I sculpted the portrait only on this. I'm a huge fan of this character and had a lot of fun sculpting him.
Mr. Spock companion piece to Captain Kirk for HCG
I'm going to keep adding here as I get more time. I have lots to post and I'd really like to be a more active member of this community. Thanks for looking
Last edited by Chris Vierra; November 20th, 2012 at 12:58 PM.
That's Really Really Nice Chris...
Awesome. How do you get a such smooth finish on CX5? Do you use solvent?