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Hi all, I've been lurking here for a while, I thought I'd post up some work - I'm hoping to get some feedback. I've been working on a set of adventurer models - first one here is a cleric, the paints

Sorceress sculpt, another from my set of 8 adventurers that I've recently completed. 

The Hill Giant #1    The Hill Giant #2 The Hill Giant #3

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Drunk looks great, love the barkeep's chops and the furnishings, especially the woodpile and the food!

 

I might consider bulking up the  barmaid's arms if she's to be to be toting a keg one-handed like that, but otherwise love the sculpt.

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Just started work on this Frost Giant sculpt, from a concept I did earlier in the year. I sculpt in neutral pose (A pose) first, with the model in pieces  i.e. the arms plugging into the shoulders like ball sockets. Weapon sculpts will be next, along with figuring out how that axe is held in place.  

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Here we are about 15' tall - next step, get some feedback from all of you fine folks and fix all the issues. Thanks!! In the meantime, I'm going to pick another giant to start on, though I was also thinking about doing some polar bear pets...

 

p.s. this is the sort of thing I was imagining the female knight would be up against while sculpting her. 

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Thanks! I don't usually sculpt with this much detail, (ie I'm usually sculpting human sized things)  This has been a fun exercise,  similar to modelling for 75 or 100mm. I'd say each of these has taken about 20 hours, whereas the human scale stuff is usually 8-10 hours. baby bears - 2 or 3 hours for the first one and maybe 1/2 hour for the second one!  I'm working on a giant wolf, and then I'll be done on this set. 

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