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Here is some wip done in super sculpey. I want to paint it before I assemble the whole thing. I got hit in the eye while working on it and am now blind in my right eye, which makes fine 3d work alot harder! Ill finish it sooner or later. Needs painting, and the painted bits need finishing.
Last edited by curtisfell; October 1st, 2005 at 02:18 PM.
I mde these 3 orcs in polyurathane resin, from a sculpt in super sculpey
This is a cast of the same orc in fiberglass resin(polyethelene?)
These are painted examples of models cast in the same fiberglass resin(polyethelene?)
Here are some other miniatures Ive sculptedfrom super sculpey, milliput and kneadite.
Im really digging the colors you use.
"The only thing we have to do is die. Everything else is a choice."
wild stuff! i love the vibrant paint work on them .
Wow. Those look like a whole lotta orc-y fun!
Yeah well Orcs is best. Anyway I think much of CONCEPTS in 3D & SCULPTURE gets orc submissions. I mean, I know its not that origional and all that but I think working with an existing idea lets you focus your art more. The idea of a blank sheet is quite imposing. If you can make ANYTHING then its often hard to focus on what it is you want to produce. Having a theme like "orc" can stimulate creativity. I make my models for warhammer. It gives me a reason and a theme. It means I can get out my models and PLAY with them too, which is one of the reasons for making dolls, no?
Im-m-m-mpressed......but am wondering-- is your eye damage permanent?!?!? Damn i'm really sorry that's awful. since we do see in 3D i understand that that might make things a bit more difficult!
one thing i might suggest is to perhaps make your color pallette a little bit more limited.... the entire sculpt as a whole would be more consistent i thinik.
thanks for putting these bad boys up.
I mean I do try to limit my palete. For example I try never to use black when painting. I prefer to use a dark green or brown for shading. I think as well that when painting models you can use more colours on a model if you use the same colour for shading/highlighting. Like you can shade green, blue or even red with dark green.