Grogu doll and bust sculpts for 3D printing

madeandmark

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I have a few I’ll dig up tmr and post them.
Okay so I used Vallejo’s basic USA set for the eyes. The head has 3-4 coats of filler primer, 3M air dry green putty, tamiya fine primer then Montana rattle can (forgetting the pink salmon and light green color names) because I don’t have an airbrush and Montana has different caps so you can get more control of the paint placement. Then I used the Vallejo set for the details, highlights etc.

The eyes I penciled in the iris and pupil outline. The eye was painted by hand with a brush. Laid in the white of the eye with pure white then the pupil with pure black. Then blacked in the iris and faded out the black as I approached the pupil. Then I used a combo of the Vallejo buff, brown, orange, white and ‘flesh’ for the iris along with Vallejo medium thinner and water. I approached painting with a glazing technique and multiple light coats layered. Mixing colors by eye (bah dum chsssssh) as I went. Then I used an old tattoo flash technique of spit shading a black wash from the outer rim of the iris in towards the pupil to knock the color down until the eyes looked normal and not creepy.
I used a very light black and white grey mix thinned way down to knock the white of the eyes down, then a pink salmon I made with the red, orange and white to lay in the veins and the rim of the eyelids. It was all topped off with a thin coat of smooth-on’s 3D print smoothing resin (it’s good but chips easily I’m finding and will probably switch to their more flexible resin if I end up doing a run of these as I also coated the nails on the hand and feet with it as well).

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Shorevador

New Member
Hello

Very nice work that you have just done, I am following your work with great attention!
I can't find the fabrics to make the coat, you have the exact references so that I can buy them at the nearest store, or on the internet!
Thank you
 

Shorevador

New Member
Hello

Very nice work that you have just done, I am following your work with great attention!
I can't find the fabrics to make the coat, you have the exact references so that I can buy them at the nearest store, or on the internet!
Thank you
 

madeandmark

New Member
Hello

Very nice work that you have just done, I am following your work with great attention!
I can't find the fabrics to make the coat, you have the exact references so that I can buy them at the nearest store, or on the internet!
Thank you
Hey there,

Here is what I used.
https://www.joann.com/jo-ann-stores-duck-canvas-fabric/3528007.html
Khaki color is what I grabbed I believe.

I believe it was the camel color here as well.
 

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