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Here's a thread to show my stuff without a limiting thread title. I'll just post my work here.

 

Here is my experiment with PC putty, I'm remaking the Gnome warpunk necromancer in 1:56. I think the boot came out pretty sweet but his thigh is, unsurprisingly, a bit thin. We'll see how it goes.
Also cut out a styrene profile of an x-95 in 1:100. I created an impression in Super Sculpey, baked that and presently putty is curing in it.
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'Bout time you started a new thread!! Looking good so far. Now sculpt me some fantasy models too. Stat!

Thanks! Warpunk is a sub-genre of fantasy. ;P

 

Another day another progress. Another progress update. Another day.
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I love what you've done with his face! That's a marked improvement. Very expressive! Also nice to see a yelling face that doesn't end up looking like GW inflatable doll faces of the late 90's.

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I love what you've done with his face! That's a marked improvement. Very expressive! Also nice to see a yelling face that doesn't end up looking like GW inflatable doll faces of the late 90's.

 

Thank you smokingwreckage. I must be honest that I'm also happy about some aspects of the face but still feel the result should be better. There's always the next one!

 

 

Here's an update.
Recap: I'm working on a 1:56 Gnome Necromancer in the warpunk theme. Warpunk is a mash-up between traditional fantasy and mid 20th century military theme. I'm trying my hand with the unfamiliar epoxy putty unfortunately named "ProCreate". Having a blast.
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Comparison with 1:52
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Steampunk. Okay. I want you to sculpt models that look like they're from 300, and other fantasy models. Now get working.

 

It's not Steampunk it's Warpunk! >:(

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I say this Hellbeard, because you need to sculpt muscle bound barbarians and scantily clad females to get your sculpting up higher. Everything you're working on has clothing, pants, uniforms, etc.

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I'm going to push Hellbeard harder than I pushed Tre Manor all those years ago. You should too. I think he'll be really good for it.

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