i wonder how you can make all thoses tiny details..like the little guns ...and the chains..without it brokin appart...i tryed to make some clay scupt but its always break when i do little details.. piss me off men ..
ah so you can cheat a bit? lol ..... well and i have Gédéo clay..do you think i can make anything good out of that?....my clay always crack on me...even doe its written on the package that its don't crack.
cheating is SO allowed, as long as it's disclosed as necessary. I LOVE sculpting around fancy miniatures and one day I want to get some of that tiny food that the etsy crafters make so I can make a cute figure for it! as long as I say I bought it and didn't make it it's cool :3
I can't say because i've not used Gédéo before :c if it's cracking make sure you're heating and cooling it properly when you bake it (if it's a bake clay) and also make sure that your armature is supporting the weight of the clay. Most polymer clays don't support weight well so you have to build a support structure inside of the figure :3
OMG I'm your fan!!! I want to start with clay but I have a doubt, you said in FAQ you use super sculpey (beige, i guess) and super sculpey firm (grey), right? and you mix them... In which proportion? Sorry I'm a newbie here haha And another question... the inside (armor), you do it with epoxy? and why?
Sorry so many questions... haha but I'm absolutely in love with your work, really, gratz
Omg- that- that is amazing- that chain is-- wow! WOW! <3 And the buttons on his shoes- and the rose and the glasses! I can't express how cool all those details are... And I can't imagine HOW you did it- it's a tad too crazy to imagine. XD Beautiful work!
I love that feeling~ It's like a drug! XD No wonder you're running with it! Hehe~ Btw, I've seen the competition you're running- you're SO kind to consider it- wow! I may have to enter something too~ XD <3
WOOOOOOOOOW!!!!!!!! OMG OMG OMG OMG OMG!!! the detail in this sculpture is just toooo amazing for words! I love this anime-ish Final Fantasy style! man.. I wish I could commission you with something like this but this would be about 100 to 200 dollars! so I dunno if I could've anyways.. but if I did commission you with something like this I would ask for this![link] this is a character that my friend made for her future video game. I would most certainly buy something like this for her. if I could afford it.. -_-
i'm thinking of making it myself but If I could I would rather get a PERFECT sculpture instead.. cuz i'm not as experienced as you.. obviously.
thanks! Love this guy so much! He was my first full human sculpt, I did a little dog and a bust for Vaulker before him.
actually, for this one, take that last number and multiply it by 30 to get a more accurate cost for this guy. he's nearly 12 inches tall and took hundreds of hours to complete over 3 months. He's a near perfect representation of the character as I designed for my thesis comic :3
The one you're linking to isn't as complex, and probably doesn't need to be a foot tall, though ^^ the cost, if you're interested, would have to be discussed in a note ^^
yeah, but not nearly a professional rate ^^ mainly it's cause the big complex ones takes so long that I can't offer them super cheap and still have a place to live...
^^ the comic is at viistar.com - under the illustration link. it's in 2 chapters called 'razing saintmaker's square' they have lightbox links there so you can read it :3 lazlo's the one in dark blue, can't miss him!
nope, he'll never be painted. he's a maquette, which is meant to show off the design and shadows, best if left flat grey ^^
I use 320 wet or dry automotive sandpaper - it's grey, not the kind for wood, and has an even texture. then step down to 600 for super smooth. mainly you want one that's got a really even texture and won't scratch up the surface.
Yes, I thought it would be somewhere in that region,it's a comfortable size to work on isn't it? making good results a little easier or even miracles sometimes LOL.No seriously though,love your work and look forward to seeing more. Lionel
comfortable, yes, though i'm trying to make at least the main characters in proper scale to each other, osaja is a head taller than he is and barely going to fit in my friend's oven! we'll see how that goes Oe;
If you look at my gallery you will find a dragon I did a while ago.Silly me though,I made the bugger to big for the oven.Couldn't shut the door the last 6 inches.I lowered the temp' to 100 degrees and covered the cooker with a very heavy dampened old curtain blocking the door gaps in.baked for 1 hour turning the piece one quarter turn each 15 min's,turned out great. Lionel