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Crazycavey

Spider Woman WIP

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OK

 

I've not done a multi part before so would like some advice on how best to archive that.

 

Since the photo's have been taken I have reworked the hair/extrusions so they are more practical for casting.

 

I've re-done the legs to be slightly smaller. (Yes I've done 8 of them)

 

The net (left hand) I will replace with an open hand for end users to use their own net or a shield - I think thats the best solution for that.

 

She's in kit form now! so before I put her together add the muscle and bulk and dress her up.

 

(wow sound like loads left to do when i put it like that)

 

I'd like any advice off anyone with experience on what I need to consider to make a good multi piece.

 

Link:

 

http://www.dirtymac.co.uk/images/sw1.JPG

 

http://www.dirtymac.co.uk/images/sw2.JPG

 

http://www.dirtymac.co.uk/images/sw3.JPG

 

http://www.dirtymac.co.uk/images/sw4.JPG

 

http://www.dirtymac.co.uk/images/sw5.JPG

 

 

Thanks

 

Gerald

aka Crazycavey

http://www.dirtymac.co.uk/blog/

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My only complaint is with the face. It seems very rough and lacking eye details. Might be the photos though.

 

 

No your right they are empty sockets ATM, she also needs a brushing down and some polishing up. But all making good stuff.

 

I am really unsure as to how best to split her for making a mold.

 

It may be better for me to finish her fully. And ask a mold maker. But what I don't want to do is finish her and have... well it would have been better if you had built it like.... as the first thing that I get told.

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