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    Darth Maul sculpture, Super Sculpey

    Hi everyone, I only posted one or two times some years ago and haven't created much ever since.
    Still, I keep visiting this forum like once a week to see what new creations you guys come up with. I guess I'm more of the silent member type... Plus a little embarassed to share my doings, which cannot compare to the quality of the more experienced ones here.

    Nevermind! I wanted to share one of my latest sculptures with you. There was a lot of effort and good intentions in this piece. I'm pretty happy with the result (80% maybe?) but still looking into improving clothes, dynamism, etc. Sorry about the quality, they are just screenshots from my cell.
    By the way the base is not done yet... Any suggestions?

    My dream would be to become as good as the Hot Toys guys from Korea. They are just AWE-SOME.

    Thanks!
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    Looks pretty damn good. Well proportioned, textured, and fancy fabric folds.

    Any opinion on 'monster clay' over, say, sculpty? I may jump into this 'intro box' from CG Cookie with not a whole mess of intended direction.
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    Thank you modi123.

    I'd say Monster Clay and SS have different purposes. MC is probably more fit for practicing and making molds, given it cannot be hardened, at least that I know. It's great since you can re-use it as many times as you want, but if you fall in love with your sculpture you'll have a hard time preserving it. I have unintentionally destroyed some of my pieces! Pricing per volume is great though.

    Super Sculpey is the best one for me, as it will not get dry in months and you can fix any part, even after baking (soft clay "fuses" to hardened pieces pretty well). Plus, you can re-bake it many times, it's clean and also admits a lot of detail.

    Good luck with it!

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    Aight.. that's the vibe I was getting. MC molds and practice.. Sculpty can be hardened.
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