Mr Black

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CreatureCreator

Active Member
hi,

i am busy the hole day working on my lifesize predators sculpt, man it is really a big thing!
ive finished one half of the sculpt. The picturess will be posted tonight.
this is after 1 day of work:
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i will have this piece finished in one or maybe two days.
tomorrow i will start the fine detailing.

and thanks for the molding advice!

JB
 

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th3 pr3dat0r

New Member
cant wait for pictures, and for molding.. used waterbased clays as a wall and make the wall under the crown area wherever it fits best closest to the crown.
 

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CreatureCreator

Active Member
what are the steps in makeing a predator mask i would really like to know BTW relly cool mask dude
well, most people start with making a sculpt without the mandibles, after that they ad details and after that they ad mandibles and put ditails on this.

i just made the form of the bio of Mr Black, and began sculpting the form out(and ad the mandibles to it).

hope it helps and thanks for your comment!

JB
 

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CreatureCreator

Active Member
i restarted the sculpt, wasn't happy with the forms.
here are the pics:
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the details aren't finished yet, so is the back.

let me know what you think about it and if it is a improvement, and if it i screen accurate.

JB
 

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munson

New Member
Top notch job so far, I'm really liking the progress. Just one question. When you sculpt the mandibles, is that all clay or do you use a small wire or stick poked into the clay to hold the mandibles up? I mean, wouldn't the clay fall? I never sculpted before and was curious. Thanks.
 

CreatureCreator

Active Member
the clay i am using is just regular water based clay, it just has the same color as oil based clay, and thanks again for the comments!

JB
 

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