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I have been sculpting for a while now and I always had problems sculpting women (for some reason I never get the hips/butt right).
So for my new Bloodbowl team I am going to sculpt some female players. The first in line is a Werewolf.
I still need to clean up the hands and shoulder pads a little bit and possibly the ears, but I am mostly happy with the way she turned out.
So let me know what you think. Any feedback is appreciated.
Shut up and play.
I can see that you have had some experience with this before.
Do you find that the GW sculpting tools do their job right? Perhaps you dont use the GW tools. I find them too costly, and often find myself working the greenstuff with toothpickers, needles and every piece of junk I can lay my hands on but not the GW tools. Meh, perhaps I'm just crazy
Yet again, fantastic sculpt, and women are hard work...figuratively :shifty:
Great job on the sculpt. Good GS skills, I especially like the hands, I have a really tough time with sculpting(and drawing) hands.
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WINDMILLS DO NOT WORK THAT WAY!
Ooo a Werewolf ^_^
The only things I'm not too sure on though, is the face work and the tail.
The face work might be just because of the lighting and/or angle of the camera.
As for the tail, I think its a little to high and straight maybe.
Though all in all, nice work. I envy you for your GS'ing skills. *grin* Keep up the good work mate.
Thanks to everybody for the kind words.I have never used GW sculpting tools. I have bought about 30 different sculpting tools over the last couple of years but I always go back to using the same 3 more or less - A sculpting tool for a dental technician (the people that make fake teeth), a toothpick and an exakto knife.Originally Posted by Scion of ChemosSame here. My only suggestions is to keep practicing. I bought a whole bunch of books about the human figure/anatomy and I try to put my own hands in the position I need the models hands to be and then sculpt them off my own hands. Sometimes you need to stand in front of a mirror for that.Originally Posted by theyakI actually recut the face. The first muzzle was way to thick and the shape of the eyebrows was all wrong, so she looked more like a lioness than a wolf. This verson is a lot better and the muzzle looks thinner/more elegant on the miniature itself.Originally Posted by Toastee
The tail is probably a bit on the thin side and they typically don't stretch it out like that, that is true. But we'll call it artistic licence.
Shut up and play.
Well good work with it either way mate Keep up the good work