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Apart from an initial play around with a blob of Super Sculpey this is my first real sculpture!
Ok, so it's not exactly AMAZING but it's a start! He's approximately three inches in height.
It looks like a skull on a human neck and shoulders because i'm going to add some flesh and 'stuff' to the face to make it a Zombie. I've always wanted my own Zombie
And the lighting? Amazing what you can do with the room lights out and the spotlight from a bike
All comments welcome...
Last edited by ronniet; July 14th, 2007 at 06:51 PM. Reason: added the height for reference
Did a bit more work on upgrading my skull to a Zombie.
(sorry about the crappy lighting in the photo's, i'd put my torch away by this time )
It looks confusing as it's all flesh coloured but things like the head and neck wounds would be more red while the skull parts would be white-ish.
I'm hoping I can smooth it off with the turps and get it baked and painted tomorrow...
my suggestion however is that you make the mouth open wider.. and maybe add a little more passion to the eyes.. such as opening them wider or giving them angry brows something to accent how his tongue is sticking out and how he kind of looks like he wants to eat that tasty human standing in front of him. lol
but very nice work for a first. =)