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    Catwoman (modern version).

    Thought I'd try sculpting catwoman. I read Batman hush recently and loved Jim Lee's catwoman. This probably wont be an exact copy of his catwoman but more of a mix of Guillem March and Jim Lee.
    Only started sculpting it today. Stands just over 13"
    Not much detail yet but please tell me what you think.


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    I think it looks good so far, nice pose, definitely looking forward to see some details.

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    I'll be doing more work on it over the weekend....so more images soon.

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    Started the head sculpt.

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    Is it me or her head/jaws look a bit too big?

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    leebea72, nice sculpture. A small question: is this her horn or ear ?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kaledrub View Post
    Is it me or her head/jaws look a bit too big?
    I've refined her a bit.

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    yeah, her jaw was a bit to manly, but I think now it's looking good
    Keep up with your great arts

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    Just started adding folds and creases in her costume.

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    More done.

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    Looking good!!!
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    She's beautiful. I have just one question. Why did you score the head in the beginning? Is it to get the clay to stick better or is there another reason?

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    Quote Originally Posted by frankenswine View Post
    She's beautiful. I have just one question. Why did you score the head in the beginning? Is it to get the clay to stick better or is there another reason?
    Thanks. Before baking the head I scored the clay so the next layer would cling to it.

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    Just baked the sculpt and started work on the base.

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    good work Beautiful shape


    I personally think that figure's Back have To much arc
    i think the bottom Should be more in straight line with the shoulders
    Because it seem more natural position
    Catwoman (modern version).

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