Hey guys, been a long time lurker here. Last year I finally found an art store that carried some super sculpy so I picked some up and slowly I've been finding other things I need for this hobby. Before I started this project I had done 2 practice runs where I tried the layered baking technique and after the sculpts started to crack they seemed unsalvageable. So now I'll just go for the gusto and finish em up before I bake, kinda like the dude I'm posting. Anyways, some pics!
Originally I was going to make it mostly human, but the really short legs made that a little hard (I didn't think the armature all the way through), so I had to make it some sort of monster.
Those pores all over his body excrete a puss-like substance that keeps this monster protected from the elements during it's hibernation (yeah, I made a back story too!). You can see 1 of the only 2 cracks I got during baking here on his webbed spine (I'm not sure what its actually called, the name eludes me!).
A shot of the back.
So that's my first actual sculpt, any c&c would be great, I want to add much more detail to my next project. I do have a question for you guys though, I want to paint this guy with an air brush (I hope to be picking it up soon), so how does one go about that? (in regards to primer, or should I not paint sculpy?)
Thanks for looking!