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Last edited by Maximus-Prime; June 5th, 2008 at 12:13. Reason: typo in title
Absolutely gorgeous. Can't wait to see it painted.
Thousand Sons ~2750 points | Eldar ~1000 points
Tzeentch Daemons ~2000 points
I've always wondered, when you guys scuplt a model .. do you guys do one part at a time then connect them all together in the end? Because everytime I look at a sculpt, they all look so smooth and it doesnt look like it's done in parts
You need to cast that sucker in resin and sell him.
thanks, youre making me blush
As a base I use some mouldable wood (2 component stuff, very rough, but dries fast)
when I have the rough base, I start with the greenstuff, from the botom up.
Use a wet tool (tweezers or a dentists tool) and create the grooves.
I don't have an image in my head how I want it to end, I just roll with it.
So I sculpt as a whole.
That model is absolutely astounding. What kind of mouldable wood do you use? Seems like something I'd like to get my hands on.
Love the second one in it's Saturday Night Fever pose. Sure to be a conversation starter.
And over there we have the labyrinth guards.
One always lies, one always tells the truth, and one stabs people who ask tricky questions.
WOW.................................excellent work there very inspirational.
*Runs to bedroom and try's to sculpt*
CHK CHK BOOM!