First Pred (Pics Heavy)

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CFFX1

New Member
This Predator is now finished (molded and ready for casting)

These are some WIP photos...


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teeth are just a "mock-up" to see what it would look like.

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This is the front halve of the 2 part UC30 mold. (still need to do some minor touchups)

Mike
 

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Termokk

New Member
Nicely done! The molds look great and the sculpture is clean and crisp. Have you painted one up yet?
 

CFFX1

New Member
Thank you for the kind comments.

No, i have not yet painted one. I JUST received the latex today. I plan on casting up one tonight and start painting tomorrow (drying/weather permit).

Once again, thank you.

Mike
 

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TokyoRose

New Member
Hey man, glad to see you made your way over here!

I hope you're all moved in and settled.
I've been waiting to see some pictures of your pulls. Looks like they came out good.
 

CFFX1

New Member
yeah, ive been lurking around here for quite some time now, just never posted :/

Im glad you like it man, it turned out great. This one has 3/4 gallon latex in it, so its really durable. All the pulls we be made like this.

Im going to start painting it up tonight, the teeth and mandibles are poured and waiting to dry. just got to finish the dreads and it'll be completely finished.

Mike
 

ptgreek

Active Member
Looks great ...very clean sculpt. And I to cant wait to see what it looks like painted. My only critique ( and again ..I still think you did a great job) is that everything is very symmetrical ..almost too clean if you catch what Im saying. Its is missing the organic lines that we see in nature.. for example ..one fold at the mandibles can be spaced differently then another... or the crown "grid" pattern can have lines that flow randomly instead of perfectly criss-crossed. I know this wont be your only head ( once you catch, the bug ..you will just keep going ..ask Lee) I eagerly await more work from you

-G
 

strigoi

New Member
Great looking Sculpt. One questions, how many dread holes are in the back of the head? Also is it me or do some of the holes look a little big?
 

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oneuglymf

New Member
I noticed that too, however it doesn't state the scale of the mask, so it could be a normal dread size. I'm assuming its 1:1, I do see what you mean though.

Fantastic work to the OP.
 

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