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    Succubus

    Been away for a while, I've been caught up in school and life. I finally got back to doing art again just recently. Here's my recent project. Its done in castiliene, I enjoy it until the garage gets hot and the whole figure gets soft (thats what beer fridges are for hehe) The wingless pose is the most current, I've been repositioning the arms a bunch. The winged shot is just to show how the wings will look. Still have a long ways to go.

    Comments and critiques are always welcome

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    I love the pose it is very dramatic, but the very last picture it looks like you changed the head orientation, I think I like her looking forward in that pic.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Redpollak View Post
    I love the pose it is very dramatic, but the very last picture it looks like you changed the head orientation, I think I like her looking forward in that pic.
    I agree. the composition is very nice. I think you should move the head back to the original pose. It flows better.

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    Love it so far! Can't wait to see her further along.

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    Good start, I really like the pose..

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    Exceptionally graceful. A lot of female forms are so exaggerated in pose, they look as if they would topple over if they moved. There is a delicacy here bound with the creature's evil nature, that draws you closer while keeping one hand on your gun.. I noted the wing poses are not the latest, and your turning of her head is perfect. Personally, I would love to see more natural looking breasts on figures, as that to me is true sexuality. Course, I'm not a guy..

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    Looking great so far - keen to see where it goes...
    I would just watch those pointy breasts...

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    Looking forward to more progress pictures!

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    I appreciate all the comments. Heres some updated pictures.

    The wings still aren't attached due to the weight pulling the wings off. There is no armature past about her belly button, due to frustration from the lich and trying to cut it apart for molding. The result, the wings, tail, head and arms have a tendency to pop off. There is a little aluminum foil between the tail and the body for easy removal. I ended up redoing her head, I hated the old one anyways, and turned it back to the front, but not as far as the original.

    I'm learning a lot from doing this one, but still fumbling through. I had no drawings to start with, so there is no end "direction".

    Again, thanks everyone!!!!

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    Uuh great slender composition and pose, kinda make me remeber the Venus made by Botticelli.
    There's some good sensuality in this figure, which is just right for a succubus. the only thig that's bugging me a little is the length of the arms, they seems a bit short compared to the torso, but it's not easy to understand the pictures so I could be wrong, and for a fantasy creature this feature may be even a plus, so I'm looking forward to the progress of the work!

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    Its nice to see this one coming along...And I am finding it particularly interesting watching you work in Castelline - I have a box of the stuff here and am quite keen to try it out myself.
    So from what you are saying, it sounds like it's a good idea to have a full armature to support the Castelline?
    Her breasts look more natural...The arm length problem that Kerion is talking about, I think, is not due to them being too short, but due to the abdomen being too long in comparison.
    Though in the pic from the back it looks in proportion, in the pic from the front it seems there is too much space between the belly button and the sternum. Perhaps it is just a camera illusion?
    Anyway - great stuff!

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