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A few years ago I had an idea for a cave dwelling creature I call a Trog.  Frankly, I have never liked the D&D troglodyte as it seems to me to be just a stinky lizard-folk.  I started playing arou

Lunch updates:   I added a tongue and lower teeth to Jumpy and fleshed out the arm and finger on Smiles.   HUGS!!!!       (Turns out my new iPod takes pretty good macro pictures)   Andy

Casting happened.  I had one crack, but the flash is easily removed with a knife.  They came out really nice.  The teeth on a couple of them need fixing, but that is easy to do.      

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Aww, I think they're cute! :wub: The one that looks like the sketch, without the armor, looks like a tadpole that grew its legs and arms too quickly. :lol: Also, I love the super-active pose of the other one, very cool!

 

I won't ask you about casting; I shall just secretly hope. ^_^

 

Huzzah!

--OneBoot :D

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Very Nice.

It looks like you are using a mix of GS and something else, (Apoxie Sculpt?) in certain places, can you tell us why?

I understand it for the teeth and claws, but the 'leaper' seems to have it on the arms, legs, and body as well. 

Is it to make those parts more rigid?

 

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George

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Very Nice.

It looks like you are using a mix of GS and something else, (Apoxie Sculpt?) in certain places, can you tell us why?

I understand it for the teeth and claws, but the 'leaper' seems to have it on the arms, legs, and body as well. 

Is it to make those parts more rigid?

 

Thanks

George

 

 

The light green areas are a 50:50 mix of Apoxie Sculpt and GS.  I use it here for various purposes.  For the teeth and claws, it is to add rigidity and self-armature-izing nature of the mix.  For the arms and legs, I like a thin coat of it on the wire to make the GS stick really well to the wire and keep the wires from flexing as I work on them (GS works for this too, but I had this mixed from another project).  The area behind the lower jaw on the leaping trog is to create the armature/underpinning that will allow me to sculpt the mouth.  The rest is just filler as I had extra from other projects and used it to bulk up these guys; they've been catching putty from other projects for almost two years now.  :rolleyes:

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Thick skin, think Indian Rhino.

 

 Actually, my first thought when I looked at them was "Landshark", lol ::D:  (It's the face on the non-leaping one...) They're not going to have fins on their backs, are they?

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