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    Red face First Sculpey Sculpt

    Yeah. I used normal sculpey, even though you see a super sculpey box of what I bought after I started him up.

    It's currently a work in progress so tips will be nice.


    The Original Drawing -- http://www.deviantart.com/view/15891748/

    The Sculpt In Progress-- http://www.deviantart.com/view/16235678/

    I did some touches after I took those pictures but didn't update the images...

    I think he stands at about ... .. 6 inches tall and maybe 8 or so long? I'll have to check Monday...

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    So many views and no comments?

    Please? Crit would be nice here.

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    The anatomy seems to be off.
    more anatomical studies would help you out alot. theres detail present in the sketch but, it doesnt reflect in the study you have. try a few more, dont be afraid to throw stuff away and starting from scratch.

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    One of the legs I can't seem to get to look right compared to the drawing, which sucks. Along with his head being off. I know how people go on telling me how the wings are too small BUT they aren't made for use anyway. Just decoration I guess.

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    Get a hold of some animal anatomy books and study the muscles of animals that resemble the anatomy of fluffy. Even though it is fantacy it has to be based in reality for it to be convincing. Also in terms of proportion and structure it is a hugs help to create a front and side sketch of the subject. From this you can create acurate armature proportions and the rest falls into place.

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