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    Smile 1/6 SF4 Makoto

    Hi all,

    I am starting on a commission for my friend alongside my "The Thinking Knight" project. The sculpt will be based off of Makoto in her Seichuusen Godanzuki final pose...





    First WIP shots soon.

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    Here's some WIP of the rough forms in. Made her a bit bulky on purpose since she will be covered with her gii anyways...



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    This is coming along nicely. It's also similarly aligned to my first sculpt project, which I am hoping to upload soon.

    Do you by any chance have any wip pics of the armature?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Luke003 View Post
    This is coming along nicely. It's also similarly aligned to my first sculpt project, which I am hoping to upload soon.

    Do you by any chance have any wip pics of the armature?
    Here you go

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    This is going to look very cool. May I ask, what do you use on the joints? Will/can they be separated afterward?

    I'm trying to figure out how to plan my sculpt, but I would like to be able to separate certain limbs for casting.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Luke003 View Post
    This is going to look very cool. May I ask, what do you use on the joints? Will/can they be separated afterward?

    I'm trying to figure out how to plan my sculpt, but I would like to be able to separate certain limbs for casting.
    I didnt make the armature so that it can be seperated, but I will be sawing off the right arm and the head for molding. Her scarf and belt will also be seperate pieces.

    Usually, if i want to make an armature that can be seperated and put back, I use square brass tubes. If you see my DANTE sculpture, you can see the armature has separable limbs

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    Got everything roughed out at the moment. Gonna start refining now. Belt and scarf yet to be added. C & C are welcome







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    Small update. Still some detailing and polishing to be done. As usual, lemme know what you guys think









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    This is looking awesome. Your sculpts are always very dynamic.

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    Hi guys n gals,

    This is the reason I have not been posting updates on any of my projects recently.

    This commission was not only fun but has been a massive learning experience. This is the first time I casted and painted my sculpt. Although I did a lot of traditional painting before, this is the first time using an airbrush.

    I would still like to fix/improve some things, but overall the client and I are happy with the piece. Plus, I can now move onto my batsy and Lucifer Ladies. There's a toy con coming up here, so gotta move fast! As usual, please lemme know what you think







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