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Ladislas Rashkazi Final by VIIStar Ladislas Rashkazi Final by VIIStar
Final image of Ladislas Rashkazi sculpt - made of firm sculpy, wire armature, hand made chain, and magic sculpt. tiny guns by stevo from www.stevostoys.com/

Ladislas Rashkazi from RSMS by VIIStar
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:iconmickdarpa:
MickDarpa Featured By Owner Jul 3, 2013  Hobbyist Artist
Great sculpture!
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Ridleyman9000 Featured By Owner Jun 18, 2013
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.
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:iconviistar:
VIIStar Featured By Owner Jun 18, 2013
:aww: 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 ^^
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Ridleyman9000 Featured By Owner Jun 18, 2013
AWESOME! I saw your dog character too he's awesome too!

O_o uhhh.... dats allot of pesos. but that's so awesome that you made him so accurate!... although.. I wouldn't know how accurate it is cuz I haven't seen your comic. but I want too! :D

have you painted him yet?
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:iconviistar:
VIIStar Featured By Owner Jun 18, 2013
lol that dog >_<

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 ^^
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Ridleyman9000 Featured By Owner Jun 18, 2013
OH! ok well he does look pretty awesome even without paint!
awesome I gotta check those comics out! :D
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Lil-Muse Featured By Owner Sep 11, 2012
Wow, all your sculptures are so amazing! They look so clean and smooth. How did you do it?
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:iconviistar:
VIIStar Featured By Owner Sep 11, 2012
thanks :3

these detailed ones are hand smoothed with really clean wooden tools while the less detailed ponies are coated in 99% alcohol. Both are sanded before priming.
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Lil-Muse Featured By Owner Sep 12, 2012
Do you use regular sandpaper, or something else?
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:iconviistar:
VIIStar Featured By Owner Sep 12, 2012
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.
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