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    Talking -|omerīs sculpture studies|-

    Hi everyone!

    here I post some of my sculptures,and will try to post more
    Hope you enjoy em..

    All critiques are welcome!


    Techniques&matterials:

    Matterials: (mostly)....Super sculpey/Roma plastalina/Kleen clay
    Moulding: Silicone moulding(Matrix mould-one sided moulding)-poliester casting
    Painting: Airbrush-Acrylic paint-Epoxy resin

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    Thoses sculpts are nice !!

    My two fav are the book and the squid monster... the second one is really nice too !!
    What did you take to make the slime on the quid one ?

    Good job !!
    P@S

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    hey thanks!

    I guess it took about 5-6 hours. the book took a little bit more because I casted that one so I made the silicone moulding first, then casted out of poliester resin. ten painted so I can say about 10-11 hours total.

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    I used epoxy resin for the slime. it gives a permanenet wet look but you have to be very careful with it because it may get very messy on the sculpture and give a wetten look on pieces you dont want wet.

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    very nice, iw ould dedicate several more hours though.

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    i really like the harry potter type book monster and the second model, very nice

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    Lot of interting pieces

    I like the book, seems quite alive and weird, and very well done,

    I like the second one, the monster,

    and the tentacle one, very funny, and scary too
    How did you do the drool? Nicely done

    The orcish bat is great too, lovely teeth, anger on his face

    Congrat

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    I used epoxy resin for the drooling. it looks wet but its also strong.

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    hi everyone,

    here are some of my other sculptures.

    Hope you enjoy.

    again All Critiques are WELCOME!!..

    thanks..

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    Very beautifull works!!
    Some needed some more detailing but generally you have very beautifull stuff!

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    Great stuff! I can even see progression from first to last! So, is there any one source that you draw most inspiration from? And are you using an airbrush? And...what the heck is that last little yellow thing?!

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    Very cool and expressive work.
    Please keep posting your work, it's very inspiring.

    My favorite is the first one.

    K

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    the furry squid is absolutely great! nice work you havin there.

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    i think the figure's faces could use a bit more time and detail but the other items (mainly the robot drone thing and the bookbinding) are pretty awesome.

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    I loce this thing withthe fure ^^
    Woud be a very nice book cover XD My prof would freak out.

    EDIT: What did you use for the eyes ? contact lenses ? Or are there special glass eyes with that kind of look. Maybe painted on ?

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    wow! you sculpt really well. i wish i could do stuff like that. my only critysiysm (ok that is spelled wrong for shure) would be the paint you use. i dono man. some thing about it looks weird. like the hand held gizmo needs some primer first for a brigter more even yellow. the i like how you make the green colour. almost looks dirty but dont use black for shadows for lighter skin tones... maybe? i dono. it could just be the photos.

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    OMGAWD! HOW DID YOU MAKE THAT SPACE SHIP!!! IT IS BEAUTIFUL!!! DId you insert A LIGHTBULB!??? HOW CLEVER!! SOO HOTTTT!!!! DDDDDD

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    here I found an old study and a new one,

    I needed a skull to use as reference for sketch and sculpting works, so I said to myself, why not make one so that I also can learn the anatomycal strcture ofthe skull better. and here it is, its not finished yet, bu I will finish the final details and the surface at my first free time.

    cheers!..

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    other two are some of my old works, the unpainted one is an incomplete work, she supposed to be a kate keeper, some sort of a demigod kind of creature holding the key sphere of the hidden king...

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    * gate ^.^

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    oh, and thanks much for all the previous critiques, I had a pretty buissy time, so had little time even to check conceptart.org... cheers!..

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    Lot of reaaly nice pieces

    the lightpod is great, big heads are really nice
    And as i said before the fur book is amazing, love it

    Demigod face is nice too

    good job

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    thanks,

    I will post more in a few days I think, I am working on 3 other new pieces at the moment, though it is going pretty slow for I`m having trouble sparing time to these guys, off of work, anyway I surely need your critiques to improve so keep on shitting as much as possible on these so called artworks, so that they can blossom with flowers, thats the rule of nature for sure , cheers!!..

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    I would like to see more musculature and underlying structure in your work. Over all great stuff. Fantastic!

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