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    Super sculpey sculptures

    Hi everyone !!

    I'm relatively new in the sculpture world , i sculpt for about one year.
    I use super sculpey (beige one and the firmer gray to).
    I think this site is very usefull for sharing techniques with others...

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    You can leave comments, critics or questions, i will be pleased to answer you !!

    Thanks for viewing....

    FXMEN

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    Hi Fexem, i think that you have a good hand for sculpture and you can improve your style.
    for me there are 3 work good :2 alins head and the ogre(last post).
    i think that you have a big possibility to be a talent in sculpture!
    This is my opinion!
    Goood job

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    THAM!!!! that's some seriously nice sculpt. that zombie makes me want to repaint the zombie i made so i'm gonna repaint him, that should´ld please some other guys on this forum.
    and that alien the red one the paint job on that thing is amazing how the hell do you do that!?

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    Thanks guys for comments !!

    The alien is 51/2 inch tall, he's acrylic painted. I've applied severals coatings of different tones, i used both brushing and washing techniques...
    To made those kind of spots mix water with paint put a little drop on sculpt let it dry a bit and sponge it.... this create kind of outlined spots...

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    The second alien sculpture, whether or not you sculpted a 5 1/2 mini or not, is from JORDU SCHELL and even if you made your own copy you still need to credit the ORIGINAL artist. http://www.schellstudio.com/sculpture.htm

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    I agree, your sculpts are nice but you need to give Credit to Jordu, after it's his work you are copying...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Artifex83
    The second alien sculpture, whether or not you sculpted a 5 1/2 mini or not, is from JORDU SCHELL and even if you made your own copy you still need to credit the ORIGINAL artist.


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    Sorry everyone but it's true, i forgot to mention those sculpts are based on a mask and a concept from Jordu Shell...
    I very estimate and respect the work of Jordu so i try to learn from him...
    I dont want to shock anyone here !!

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    I think that there aren't anithing wrong to copy from other artists,
    if someone wont to be an artist there aren't nothing best than copy: nature, sculpture or some artist work.
    GOOOD JOB

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    Yes, you have incredible tallent with your sculptures; especially, aparently, with mimicking. You have an incredible eye for detail, but I would love to see something original. Are the Zombie and the dog and things original, or are they also reproductions? Beautiful work, but yes, it's always, alwaysimportant to credit the original artist. How long does something like that first one of the old man take you? (I have a lot of trouble with heads so it takes me forever to get one looking even decent.)

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    Cool work, very nice paint,

    As Sahreeb, i would loke to see somme originals sculpts from you.You seem to observe a lot and you are a very good copyist (I don't know if this word exist...)It s very difficult to respect proportions and lines from another artist so bravo....

    But know maybe the most intersting work for you would be to do your own, with your great talent of modeling/painting

    keep going on

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    Thanks for comments !!!

    Only the two aliens from Jordu are reproductions, the others are originals...
    The old vamp tooks me about 40 hours to complete, including base, paint and hairs... Hairs are made from cats fur glued with mod podge...

    I will post more pics later...

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    Hi everyone !!

    more pics....


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    The minion is inspired from The Gate movie... it was my first full figure, he stand 10 inch tall...

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    A portrait of Nicholson i made 8 months ago...

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    A Frankenstein head inspired from a Mark Newman sculpt...

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    I will appreciate critics and comments....
    Thanks for looking !!

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    Man now i am sure your very talented
    I like all of them,

    The shinning one is great with light
    The first one is scary too in his dark pic
    Minion is great but i prefer his profile than face
    Same crit for your wolf

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    Good work

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    I enjoyed your sculpt, I think you could smooth things down a bit, the lines on the 'ogre' your first pic and the frank are quite sharp. Dont forget to smooth!

    the difference between the possible and the impossibe is the will of man.
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    These are all just wonderful. I like the fact that you vary your subject matter a good deal and try a lot of different textures and materials. Really awesome work.

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    Thanks to all of you for critics and comments !!!

    Heres a new sculpt...
    I named him Gnorr Mehoni, he is a spaceship captain...
    He stand 11 inch tall

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    That's outstanding. He's got a real "Jim Henson's Creature Shop" feel to him. Very cool dude.

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    Thumbs up

    The shinning sculpt is really cool!

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    Hello there !!

    Thanks for comments guys !!

    Here's some pics of a sculpt i recently made... It a 4 inch figure i made very fast: 15 hours from start to ready-to-paint...unfortunately it takes me the same time to paint it !!!
    He is totally improvised, no reference pics, no drawings, no basic idea at startup...
    He have removable gas mask, helmet and weapon...

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    Thank's for looking...
    Critics and comments are welcome !!

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    allright, here is the question i always ask ppl bu never realyl get a real answer.

    the sculpt is amazing stuff, but how do you make belts, mechanics, tubes, and other symmetrical and smooth stuff? basically the whole weapon for example and the mask?
    so basically unorganic stuff.

    i never understood how to achieve symmetry, perfect angles and perfect smoothness with sculpey, and have never really been explained.

    i was just told to kinda. just do it.

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    Really nice work on this small statue

    Head is maybe a little too big I don't like the left mechanical arm which is a little twisted and down, personal opinion
    but the rest is awesome..Nice painting
    You are Very talented
    How does the mask stick on the face?

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    Thanks Pijay and Manslauter for comments !!

    Manslauter: for making belts and straps i simply roll a ball of clay until i get a thin sheet, cut it with exato knife, ad textures and put in place.... For example the leg straping is too thin to have armature so it's just sculpey...
    Its very fragile... I will maybe use Aves apoxie in the future for this kind of thing...
    For making tubes and round buttons just roll worms of sculpey and cut to desired shape...
    For the mask, i made a kind of push mold of the front half of the head with sculpey. With this method it's sure you dont ruin the original. I made the mask directly on the replica... unbaked sculpey stick enough to baked one to not fool around and dont stick too much to be able to remove it... to make sure it removes in one piece i just frozen it with a air can before removing ... The mask stay in place by himself...he has the face printed inside !! On the other hand, the front tube help him to stay in place too....

    Hope this awnser a bit !!

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    Hello everyone !!

    Here's two pics of a sculpt i have made a couple of weeks ago...
    It's a kind of blend between rat and wolf...
    I made the sculpt and paint in 10 hours or so, but it's 19 hours of work for glueing the fur small bundles at a time from bottom to top !!
    Thanks for looking !!
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    good !!!

    Very scary rat between the cartoon and the horror, could be in the film "Braindead"
    Amazing work with the fur

    May me think of an evil mind mind, the rat preparing something really bad

    maybe hands look like a bit rigid
    position of teeth may not let him close the mouth

    Well very good work

    Congrat

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    wow your work is amazing.congratulations, like it's already been said it's really good that you vary different styles of work, i love the alien guy with the gun, the way you can sculpt fur ,as well as add it to a sculpt, keep up the good work

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    Thanks to Pijay and Tysiony for comments, it's always appreciated !!

    Here's some pics of two more zombie bust (wip).... my goal is to made a crowd of zombies !!

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    Crit & comments are welcome !!!
    I will post pics of finished painted busts when done !!
    Thans for looking...
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    Zombies bust new pics

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    Totally awesome stuff you have here.

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    Hello !!

    There's a WIP pic of another zombie bust.... (just to mention it, they measure on average 3 1/2 inches high)
    This time i'll try to do a bust of ''big daddy'' the zombie leader of Land of the dead... At this time i only have the head... need some touch-up here and there !!
    Eyes and color are made in photoshop...
    Hope you recognize him !!

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