Awesome! This is the perfect compliment to an amazing sculpt!
Thanks guys. I'm not quite done with the paints but I wanted to show her off. Also, does anyone know how to make my second posting of this topic go away? I somehow managed to put it up twice. Thanks.
Lovely finish - nice one!
Bubbly, organic bits! This is really a change from the previous pics you shared of the sculpt in process (all gray and neutral). I love the thickness of the tendril/tentacles in the back of her head (seen in the profile photo). That really helps to create the unnatural, bloated visceral mass aspect that's an immediate win for my tastes.
To be honest, the only part that seems off for me is the dark paintwork over the midsection accents. It seems to draw my eyes away from all that great sculpting in her face and head. Just something to consider.
As usual, nothing short of inspirational.
... a cry went up into the shuddering air, and faded to a shrill wailing, passing with the wind, a voice bodiless and thin that died, and was swallowed up, and was never heard again in that age of this world.
I prefer the unpainted sculpt, I got a much better sense of masses and volumes. It's a good paint job, though I think some subtle shading on the skin areas would help unify the coloration, it looks a bit unfinished compared to the wealth of detail on the other parts.
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Fantastic work. I have to agree with Masque and Nadarian, the unpainted sculpt was very striking. The painted version seems so much smaller.