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    [WIP Clay Modeling] Mystikead (Update 2005_05_29)

    Here is an update:
    Sculpture ready for the exhibition
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    My sculpture out of the furnace.
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    Now i have to smooth a little the edge to remove defaults and irregularities.

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    Last edited by HARNELBE; May 29th, 2005 at 03:45 PM.
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    Step #01

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    Step #02

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    Step #03

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    Looking good. Care to shed more light on the source of your inspiration?

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    About the source of inspiration, it's a sketche i have done.
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    Ones of my sources of inspiration.
    http://perso.club-internet.fr/arnaud...dexinspis.html

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    To continue

    The "smoothing" continue

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    Two views from the top
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    Mess in the tools
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    A picture taken after a "smoothing" session and water sprayed .
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    Smoothing to be continued
    i taken some picture to see what it still to do...
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    One technic i use for the smoothing...
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    Tool i use, it come from a case of manicurist...
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    CU next week for updates.

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    what kind of clay are you using? if it is Oil based clay, then you can use Rubbing Alcohol, Isopropyl, and a Bristle brush and it will clean up a lot of the broken clay.

    If it is water based clay, then ignore everything I said.

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    It's a clay with "grog" (i don't know if it's the correct translation, it's what i get using Babelfish... ) i have heard that i could use vinegar to replace the Isopropyl in my case.
    By the way, thanks for the advise.

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    yo to smooth what is that green paper u use?

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    It looks great. I like that you are focusing on the details. Maybe one suggestion would be to have area of the face that isn't so detailed. You might not want it to look like theres too much going on. Cant wait to see the more progress!

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    manslauter
    The green paper you can see it's a piece of ribbon of package gift, I tighten it between my two inches to smooth easyly large surfaces.

    jtroughton
    You're right, the idea is to make a version of transparent resin modelling, and have a face behind with soft surfaces in an other material. I want also to have specimen to test used and rust metal effects, stone effects... etc

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    Really great work, I like how you're smoothing it right now, the extra effort really shows. No criticisms at all! Can't wait to see more...

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    now that's alot of clay

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    hello

    cool an other french artist here! I like your "biomechahead" sculpt. after you mold it do you add some detail in your sculpt with epoxy clay or super sculpey, before to remold it and to cast it? because on your drawing I feel some more details with little mechanics things.

    and where do you work in france?
    bravo

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    Thanks MinasTirithGuard and dem0n i have not the exact weight but it's a little bit heavy...

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    Hi frenchy , i'll do some test of detail and painting with cast versions, if the original doesn't break when i'll dry it. You'r right, there are lot of detail in my orignal sketch, and i have benn limitated by the clay in the level of detail, i sure i could do some very interesting things with the material you call the "Super sculpey", i need to by some.
    I'm from brittany (born in Brest(29)) and i'm actually working in Paris in video games.

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    Hello there
    Happy new year


    A little Update of the Celtikead, not finished yet.
    i have also removed the too much clay inside to have less thickness of clay to avoid exploding during the warming in the furnace.

    That resembles more and more an artifact d'une old civilization...

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    Crits, comments, advise are very welcome.
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    2005_04 _07 Updates

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    Now i have to smooth a little the edge to remove defaults and irregularities.
    After i'll do a moulding to get numerous version to do materials tests.

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    i have a fair amount of experience in "real" clay and i must say that's absolutly stunning. that kind of detail and crispness out of white clay is amazing.

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    Thanks Dedguy
    i expect to do other ones
    Below, pictures for the Sculpture out of the furnace and with a
    "Corroded Copper like" patinate.
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