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Demontri Featured By Owner Jun 1, 2015  Student Digital Artist
did you do one of a Gardevoir and/or Gallade? i would love you forever!
sadly, i do not have a paypal or anything to buy a commision.
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VIIStar Featured By Owner Jun 2, 2015
what you see here is what i've made so far ^^
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Demontri Featured By Owner Jun 3, 2015  Student Digital Artist
then i will have to commission for one once i get money.
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Demonic-Twins Featured By Owner Mar 30, 2015
Beautiful sculptures, what's been your favorite to do and what's been the most difficult?
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VIIStar Featured By Owner Apr 10, 2015
HM.  My favorites and the most difficult cross... it's always the OC's like the chark where the design is SUPER 2D and heavily cheated when I really need to think about the shapes and blend it with what looks appealing from all angles that I like the best!
That and super unique styles from individual artists :3
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yogscastlionstar Featured By Owner Dec 3, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
you my friend, have real talent 
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NightsHarbinger Featured By Owner Nov 19, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Every time I see sculptures like this makes me wanna try and do sculpting!

But I have to ask, how do you get the clay to dry? Do you use a kiln or let it air dry?
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LArc-En-Ciel-09 Featured By Owner Nov 12, 2014
how much for commissions?
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shaloneSK Featured By Owner Nov 10, 2014
I wonder, have you even done any sculptures without a base bottom? Like the wooden stand there. Would it be even harder for you to do certain sculptures without it? o.O
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VIIStar Featured By Owner Nov 10, 2014
HM.  I tend to use bases because it keeps the sculpt safe long term.  You're less likely to knock it over with a chunk of wood drilled and glued to the feet.  

For difficulty, yeah I use cantilevers that require the counterweight of the base, so many of my pieces need the base and couldn't stand up without it.  sculpting equivalent pieces sans base would be too difficult or too expensive for the outcome.
 
I theoretically ~could~ make a piece that didn't have a base, but I would have to take that into consideration with how it's posed/weighted.  I don't like the feeling of sculpting for safety/balance over using the base and being unrestrained with the pose.  If you wanted a 'baseless' piece I'd make some kind of clear foothold quasi base thing or use a clear resin base to feel better.

Just like my beloved Sonny - I can't do my work without the bass base.  :iconskrilllaplz:
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