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well I have learned how to paint and now looking at the next part of the hobby sculpting does anybody have advice for tools and lessons. maybe even concepts and ideas?
The GW greenstuff guide at Convershun Klinic is actually very good as an introduction, it also gives you some ideas.
However, the best greenstuff tutorial I've read is Atrox Mort's greenstuff tabards tutorial here although obviously it is specific to tabbards/cloth sections.
The best advice though is to just get some greenstuff and a model and start modelling something.
good lord, how long is a piece of string?
OK look up a user called Navaro, his work is exceptional, I know he has given interviews on other boards
as stated above, look at the GW advice, also I would be surprised if we havent got any tutaorials on this board, my own experiance of sculpting have got me thus far:
Tips- work a little bit of the model at a time, have the patience to let the bit you just completed dry properly before you start the next bit, and lean to keep tools wet.
Also learn about the differences between Green stuff and miliput for example
Everything you have been told is a lie!
Cervantes: In order to attain the impossible, one must attempt the absurd.
Get some decent tools (sculpting with cocktail sticks drove me mad), some models that you don't mind making a hash of and get going. Since hair is a basic sculpting skill and plastic models (despite high tech casting methods) can't seem to be cast with hair, there's a good starting point. Once you start feeling confident, do other things. When you feel real good scratch build somthing and then laugh at how dodgy it is, it really helped me.