1:2 scale Hulk WIP

Discussion in 'Sculpture and Makeup Effects' started by grumble garage, May 16, 2012.

  1. grumble garage

    grumble garage Member

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    Here are some WIP images of my half scale Hulk. He is taking so much time, he is currently on hold until I get caught up with other obligations. He is based on the 2007/2008 movie version. After seeing the Avengers I think I'll need to make an alternate head so either version could be made.
    There is still a lot left to do.
    He has a wood, Styrofoam and wire armature. I keep running out of clay, that is why he is different colors. He will be cast when done. Plan on offering a bust section also. Not every one has the space for something like this, plus he won't be cheap.
    Some photos are with a half scale iron man (not mine, I'm painting it for a customer). It shows how large he is. He is 4 feet tall as he stands, which is crouched down. I estimated he is about 9 feet tall in the movie based on screen grabs of him next to real actors.
    Comments and constructive criticism welcome. I know he needs more bulk in several areas.
    thanks,
    Dan
     
    Last edited: May 16, 2012
  2. grumble garage

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    There is actually a little more work done on him then the previous photos. While working on his open hand the armature I made inside the arm and hand started to come apart. So right now his left arm is off and needs some repair.
     
  3. Dericrw

    Dericrw Well-Known Member RPF PREMIUM MEMBER

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    Looks amazing! Talk about going through some clay.... I'm definately partial to the Avenger version. So that would be nice to see that option
     
  4. made007

    made007 Sr Member

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    Wow, thats cool looking hulk, and its biiiiiigggg! LOL
     
  5. r3n2o

    r3n2o New Member

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    Amazing work. I was wondering what did you use for the teeth?
     
  6. Xosmi

    Xosmi New Member

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    Nice looking hulk so far :D shame about the left hand, i hope you won't have muh trouble fixing that.
    keep the updates coming when you have then, i'd like to see more :)
     
  7. grumble garage

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    I sculpted the teeth first in super sculpy and I used acrylic hemispheres for the eyes. For me it is easier to have those items rigid so they don't move when I'm working the clay.
     
  8. boons888

    boons888 New Member

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    what kind of chrome paint did you use on that 1.2 scale iron man?
     
  9. NotThePerfume

    NotThePerfume New Member

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    Woow... just wow.
     
  10. jagz

    jagz New Member

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    AWESOME.. AWESOME.. AWESOME.. crap stuck on one thought! You sir are a genious XD
     
  11. gobelas

    gobelas New Member

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    Awesome job!!!!
     
  12. grumble garage

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    The iron man is vaccu-metalized, same process as "chroming" plastic, like tail lights, except one extra step to make it gold. I'm using the Krylon x-metals red over it and it is looking good. Only did the hands and one arm so far.... need to finish that project too.

    Hulk is still on hold, may not get back to it until August.

    Thanks for the kind remarks.
     
  13. Rymo

    Rymo Well-Known Member

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    Looks great!
     
  14. sonicprops

    sonicprops Active Member

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    awesome!!! it is amazing i want one in my garden to ward of burglars.
     

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