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Meh, an Army of Dragonkin is the last thing I would like to paint...

 

OMG!  Do it!!!

 

I love it!!!

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Is this the first dolly you've sculpted for casting?

 

Most of your work (that I have seen) has been for complete figures. I'm curious to hear how it turns out, in your opinion.

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Ohhhh Andy I can't wait to see what you do with this!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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Is this the first dolly you've sculpted for casting?

 

Most of your work (that I have seen) has been for complete figures. I'm curious to hear how it turns out, in your opinion.

 

Yes, though I have worked off of dollies on occasion, so I have a pretty good idea of what I want it to be.

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What would happen if a mad wizard crossed a spider with a dragon kin?

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As Corporea requested, attaching a piece to be removed:

 

In this case I am adding horns that need to be cast separately.  First I make the horns and drill a holes for them in the head:

 

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Then I fit them in place and sculpt the details:

 

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Then I cut around the base with my scalpel and remove them; in this case they come pre-tabbed naturally.

 

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I finished these guys to the point where I need to have them cast so I can use them as armatures for the Dragon-Kin forces/party:

 

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I'll keep this going next summer once I get the casts back.

 

Andy

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