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I laughed really hard after seeing that. Great work everywhere, great deisgn, ect, but the face which seems to be smiling to me knocked me off my seat in laughter. Im not laughing at your modle or anything just that facial pose, other then that its going to be a great addition to your army. Heck the smile makes it just that much more chaos-y;Y
Haha this i completely understand. The face was my first ever greenstuff sculpting, and the moment I finished, my heart swelled with pride seeing Bowser as the latest edition to my army XD
That is nice but I think you should get rid of those fingerprints on the belly.
And over there we have the labyrinth guards.
One always lies, one always tells the truth, and one stabs people who ask tricky questions.
Great Defiler captianhowdy!
There are some things that could be improved though, the fingerprints has already been mentioned. It's a worth wile invesment to buy rubbergloves when working with GreenStuff. They are deadcheap and will not be in the way when you sculpt and for big flat areas it's quite the relief to be able to use your hands as tools
I also think it would look better withthe legs placed a bit more like on a human ie a bit closer together.
But the main impression of this is any way that it's a great piece
And the advice given you could always use on your next Defiler. I'd guess you've been caught by this model too
It's a great kit for creative useage.
Yeah I still need to clean up a bit on it. Whats the best way to remove the prints once its dry?
And I see what you mean on the legs now Andusciassus. If I hadnt already pinned it and such I would definantly do that. Always good to know for the next one though
Hmm, for removing the fingerprints would a really fine wetordry paper work? All you need to do really is go over it with some form of fine abrasive paper in my opinion. But I'm no way near as good as sculpting as you are *salutes*
Oh. might as well say it, AWESOOOME!!!!!