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    Hi
    First I want to thank everyone who takes part in this forum and upload his work and share is Techniques
    So that other people can learn the Techniques of his work
    I learned a lot from you and now i wanted to take part and Share my work

    so let's begin
    this is my Idea for the sculpture:

    as you see I'm not a great painter
    But I have good intentions


    so First i started with Build Wire skeleton



    Then I started to build the body (I have no documentation of the process)




    *It's still not the final product I still have more work to do

    After I received the proportionate of the body
    i took a lump of clay and shape it in to a head shape when I keep it
    in the body proportions



    Then I sculpted the head shape to a skull (It's easier for me because when I was younger I drew a lot of paintings with skulls)



    The next step was to fill the area of: eyes, cheekbones and nose



    Then I began to smooth the surface with a cone-shaped rubber brush
    When my Motion with the brush is while rotating the brush on the surface and not Brush strokes



    thin using a thin wire I add Face Features
    And to make it look more real used turpentine to melt a little
    The clay and create radius in grooves that creates a more delicate look


    Then I started looking for tutorials to teach me how to create a hair
    And I came across a very beautiful video of "nailuj" in YouTube
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iABjJ6c7u64

    and used the Technique And I began to add hair







    And connected the head to the body that I started to create


    Currently this is where I stand
    I'm happy if I renewed to some one

    And I'd love to hear if you have any suggestions

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    Very nice work! The only comment I have so far is that he looks like he is sleeping and having a nice dream. He looks amused. I don't think that's what you want according to the initial image.

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    Like I said my drawing skills is'nt high
    Hard to explain what the idea becose it is a Situation
    The idea is the hero who returns from the battlefield and a beautiful naked woman (Nymph)
    melt him with are touch and only the viewer Can see that in fact she holding a knife and Intends to kill him

    So I'm glad that what you saw is: "he looks like he is sleeping and having a nice dream"
    This is exactly what I hoped

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    Quote Originally Posted by yarin_t View Post
    Like I said my drawing skills is'nt high
    Hard to explain what the idea becose it is a Situation
    The idea is the hero who returns from the battlefield and a beautiful naked woman (Nymph)
    melt him with are touch and only the viewer Can see that in fact she holding a knife and Intends to kill him

    So I'm glad that what you saw is: "he looks like he is sleeping and having a nice dream"
    This is exactly what I hoped
    LOL! Then carry on!
    I assumed the drawing was that she had captured him or something and was choking him.


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    Small step for man

    After receiving comment for a Friend
    I started to change the body


    I got the best result I could with my hands
    started to slide down the surface With acetone and brush



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    Hello Since I have to constantly repair the Proportions I decided to make a measurement tool of golden ratio
    Those who do not know what is golden rituo i Recommended
    to watch this video

    first step;
    i planned the part and printed 1:1 (Drawing of the part)
    and glue it on the Perspex





    Step two:
    I drilled holes

    Step three:
    Cutting with a saw


    Step four calibration




    i recommended to use fine sandpaper
    In addition, I chose use Perspex but I recommend to use aluminum

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    Hello Since I had to make repairs of proportions
    I decided not to make gambling any more and create a tool to measure the Golden Ratio

    first step:
    I made a sketch of the part Link
    and Print it


    Second Step:
    Find a palette of the material you want to make the tool from
    (I used a Plexiglas panel that had available
    But I recommend using aluminum or tougher materials)



    Step three:
    Cut and Glued to the drawing board



    step Fourth:
    Drill (the diameter of the hole in the drawing is 4 m"m but you can make a hole that fits you)
    and cut useing a saw




    step Fifth:
    Connecting the two sides with a screw (M4) and Om


    Final step:
    Calibration with fine sandpaper



    Then you get a tool on one side have your size and on the other side the golden ratio


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    Golden Ratio Tool

    I decided not to make gambling any more and create a tool to measure the Golden Ratio

    first step:
    I made a sketch of the part Link
    and Print it


    Second Step:
    Find a palette of the material you want to make the tool from
    (I used a Plexiglas panel that had available
    But I recommend using aluminum or tougher materials)



    Step three:
    Cut and Glued to the drawing board



    step Fourth:
    Drill (the diameter of the hole in the drawing is 4 m"m but you can make a hole that fits you)
    and cut useing a saw




    step Fifth:
    Connecting the two sides with a screw (M4) and Om


    Final step:
    Calibration with fine sandpaper



    Then you get a tool on one side have your size and on the other side the golden ratio


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    Golden Ratio Tool

    Hello Since I had to make repairs of proportions
    I decided not to make gambling any more and create a tool to measure the Golden Ratio

    first step:
    I made a sketch of the part Link
    and Print it


    Second Step:
    Find a palette of the material you want to make the tool from
    (I used a Plexiglas panel that had available
    But I recommend using aluminum or tougher materials)



    Step three:
    Cut and Glued to the drawing board



    step Fourth:
    Drill (the diameter of the hole in the drawing is 4 m"m but you can make a hole that fits you)
    and cut useing a saw




    step Fifth:
    Connecting the two sides with a screw (M4) and Om


    Final step:
    Calibration with fine sandpaper



    Then you get a tool on one side have your size and on the other side the golden ratio


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    a Little progress










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    Is she supposed to be small (being a nymph?) because in the drawing she looks to be a little over half his height. Good sculpting so far!

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    Check your proportions, because those thighs seem too short... I could be wrong, but couldja check em please. for me?

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    Quote Originally Posted by philofmars View Post
    Check your proportions, because those thighs seem too short... I could be wrong, but couldja check em please. for me?
    Thank you I would notice that. Right now I have a lot of work Before I begin sculpe the legs


    Quote Originally Posted by bytheoak View Post
    Is she supposed to be small (being a nymph?) because in the drawing she looks to be a little over half his height. Good sculpting so far!
    Thank you
    The girl is going to be a little shorter then the Warrior
    My drawing ability is not so high and the Drawing is form 2006.

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    Yaffe!!
    hatchla tova, tenase lavod al kol haguf lefne she ata gomer ezorim , ze yazor lachsoch zman.
    gam tenase lezalem mishwho ba posa bishvil proporzyot
    behazlacha

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    Well then it's been a long time דince my last update I'm going slow because I do not have much free time

    Well this is my room I'm working on a computer desk


    I started working on the feet I must admit it was not easy









    The stage of the baking was the most difficult for me,
    to Accept there is no longer possible to change


    After the baking I painted the statue with base color Gray
    Then I realized why people here prefer to use super sculpey Firm
    only after the painting i started to see all the fingerprints and the little defects


    to repair the defects and fell them I used a putty called BONDO
    Is made of two compositions and he dries quickly




    Then I polish all the defects


    And I made him Accessories




    After the last stage was a long break.
    then i glue the hands to the body
    fell up all the grooves with the BONDO and painted a base color again



    And another one so you can understand the proportions


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    I'd prefer it if his head angle was more like the sketch, like he thinks he's about to get a kiss, which is what his expression shows so nicely.


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    I got your opinion but it's too late

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    Quote Originally Posted by yarin_t View Post
    After the baking I painted the statue with base color Gray
    Then I realized why people here prefer to use super sculpey Firm
    only after the painting i started to see all the fingerprints and the little defects
    I prefer non firm sculpy like what you are using, BUT before you start, mix it with a block of the colored sculpy. (The small ones) I use elephant grey, but any color will work. The the original pinkish flesh color is sort of "see thru" and you never see all the issues until it's primed. The first kit I did, I almost threw away after priming, LOL!

    BTW: finger prints can be brushed away with some acetone and a soft paintbrush.

    BTW2: Get a pasta machine to do the mixing. I got mine at michaels for less than 20 bucks. Worth EVERY penny.

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