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    Quote Originally Posted by JoshS View Post
    Those door knocker ear rings are a great idea. Cheshire Cat is probably my favourite but you've got so many other cool pieces.
    Thank you your comment is really appreciated, your works is amazing!
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    hi all!

    Thi is my new work Made in Super Sculpey living doll, and Super Sculpey firm for detail. Hand Painted with acrylic colors

    See you and good work at ALL!

    Newbie? :)
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    hi all!

    Here is my biggest job ever!

    Carl's house (from the movie pixar, UP) 100% handmade, in Polymer clay.

    The house is about 20 cm high, and the base is 15 X 13 cm. Each axis of the house, every tile, every window, was first modeled and mounted, each axle has its veins ... Crush to pieces, was assembled at the end of cooking.

    This work took 50 hours of modeling, and has been for me, a job completely INSANE.

    Newbie? :)
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    Kinda hate to ask after all the work you've put in so far, but... are there gonna be balloons?

    Looks great!
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    my last work

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    Hey dude, love your cartoon style sculpts! All of them
    That house must have taken ages, you baked all the tiles and beams and stuff seperately?
    Looks beautiful though and like Rufus2000 said, would be awesome with tiny balloons with helium on top

    For a crit, I feel the hulk could use some more realistic muscle anatomy, even if you want to keep it cartoony.
    To me he looks kind of rushed, as if you weren't really in to it. For example the clenched fist: the fingers could do with some more anatomical structure.
    You did put that in the toes, so that's why I think you may have rushed it. Anyway, I really love all the rest of your stuff! Keep going great and keep posting!
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    Thank you very much

    Well, yes, in fact, the anatomy of the Hulk is pretty rough, I wanted to make a more realistic test, but obviously I'm not ready for this kind of style.

    I really like the character grotesque or funny, I express myself better with them.
    Unfortunately, here in Italy, there are no courses in modeling ... I'm serious. I would like to learn how to make action figures, but the only courses I've found, are out of my country.

    It 's very sad this thing ... I have to be satisfied with how-to videos from youtube!

    Thank you again!
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    Nice! Its seems to me you have a really good ability at capturing the defining characteristics of the character you're creating. You thought about creating some of your own characters?
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    Yeah really don't think that you need to do any courses dude. Your work speaks volumes of your considerable skills. Just keep doing it, just keep pushing your own boundaries.

    Love your work and yes I agree with shrunkendesigner, you should look at developing your own characters. Look to your own local/ancestral folklore maybe?
    We are remembered only by what we leave behind.

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    Quote Originally Posted by shrunkendesigner View Post
    Nice! Its seems to me you have a really good ability at capturing the defining characteristics of the character you're creating. You thought about creating some of your own characters?
    Well yes, for now I'm doing a little 'practice ... I do not feel ready yet for any of my pieces. But I miss a little

    Surely they are more inclined to fantasy art ... I'll start with that. ^^

    Quote Originally Posted by Waipunga View Post
    Yeah really don't think that you need to do any courses dude. Your work speaks volumes of your considerable skills. Just keep doing it, just keep pushing your own boundaries.

    Love your work and yes I agree with shrunkendesigner, you should look at developing your own characters. Look to your own local/ancestral folklore maybe?
    thank you, you're very kind

    My homeland has ancient traditions, I live on an island in the middle of the Mediterranean Sea. It 's the most ancient land of Italy, and boasts ancient traditions ... it is certainly a good idea to take a cue from here.

    to get an idea, this is a carnival mask Sardinia, my land
    MASK

    Now, my last works ^^

    Avengers clay charm set

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    Sorry if I miss a lot from the forum, but I went through a period of little inspiration, I promise to be more present from now on

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    Great stuff man! And they are excellent.

    Just be careful about things like the logo from Lord of Rings........... Warner brothers get very twitchy about that.
    Call them: creations inspired by LOTR and you will be fine.
    We are remembered only by what we leave behind.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Waipunga View Post
    Great stuff man! And they are excellent.

    Just be careful about things like the logo from Lord of Rings........... Warner brothers get very twitchy about that.
    Call them: creations inspired by LOTR and you will be fine.
    Thanks man

    And thanks for the advice, I deleted the logo ... in fact, I had not thought of that. Next time I'll be more careful ^ ^
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