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The clay golem. So overmuscled! So cantankerous-looking! So versatile for conversions!
It's probably cliche at this point, thinking this guy would make a great Edward Hyde. But that doesn't make it wrong! Some green stuff tatters, a grommet, and a pin, and here we are. Look at that savage hairy-knuckled brute!
For my Western game, set in the 1870s-ish, I made a spinoff cleric-like class, the Sawbones, for healers that prefer Mad Science to religion; people like Dr. Moreau, or Dr. Jekyll, or Dr. Frankenstein, or Dr. Herbert West. The 59009 lady scientist is the mini my Sawbones player uses for her character, and Hyde Formula is absolutely something she would concoct and abuse.
So here's the pair of them.
I am actually proud of the Hyde conversion!
Hi guys, so just because I love touching everything haha and to cut a bit form painting ( though almost finish with the reaper beast champion paint :)...)..I started to mess with clay stuff ..quite fun actually haha.
I have no idea how this will end up anyway and that's ok for me to fail , that's just for practice and such and get a feel for it.
I started trying to do some kind of carnivore plant things ( also looking at a thread here for a step octopus like sculpt so just trying to avoid the "anatomy" things for now..)
I may have some trouble with lower jaw..did nothing to support it but hmm will see xD..
So the new player in the D&D game I okay in is playing a halfling rogue. Awesome, easy!
With a bow...
And a rapier...
Okay, well, that's gonna take some work...
Let's start by cutting off her hands.
And we'll steal this guys bow hand...
And, uh.... I guess use a pin for the rapier scabbard?
And she's gonna need a base. Happy Seppuku to the rescue! Mix up some green stuff... Blob for a hand, add the basket hill, arm guard for the bow arm...
Hua... Okay, not too shabby!
This question sounds pretty stupid, but I don't know how.
By Rainbow Sculptor
Hey guys! Sorry I haven't stayed active here. It is something I want to be more consistent about.
I sculpted this lethargic little sloth in my spare time over the last few months. I'm pretty happy with how he came out and learned a lot of new things along the way. There's also some of the in progress pics and the original concept art. Critiques and feedback always welcome!
He's still in need of a name, any ideas?
Thanks for taking a look!
(PS: the rabbit is still a WIP)
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