mr wink sculpt

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butthead

New Member
Ok this had been in the works for a while, I work on it when I can. First off this is one of the first facial sculpts I have done. I'm using monster clay and I have a few Arizona about some different techniques, first off I only have 20lbs of clay so I made a rough sculpt of the head and body and made patterns and transfered to foam and started slinging clay this is what I have now I'm happy with it I'm just curious on how to make finer and larger wrinkles amy suggestions 20141001_203124.jpg Screenshot_2014-11-05-20-35-44.png 20141117_195717.jpg 20141123_201804.jpg 20141221_225328.jpg

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jsher1010

Active Member
You're off to a great start.:thumbsup Hellboy characters are some of my favourites.
For finer wrinkles I'll use a sharpened pencil (or something similar) and then mute the edges, left by the tool, with a small paint brush.
For larger wrinkles, put a piece of plastic wrap on the area to be detailed and tool on top of the plastic wrap. The plastic wrap helps
to 'soften' the marks left be the tool. A dull pencil can be used to dab detail into a large wrinkle. Also, keep on the lookout for things that
can be used as texture stamps, like different types of sponges. Even an orange peel can be used as a 'skin' texture stamp.
I wouldn't worry about making details too fine, by the time it's moulded, cast and painted some of those details might be lost anyway.
I also use a small paint brush dipped in water to smooth out any harsh tool marks.
 

jsher1010

Active Member
Forgot to mention a little tool I made for lip wrinkles.
A frayed end from a bicycle cable. Flattened and fanned out makes some fine details.
 

butthead

New Member
Awesome jsher1010 thank you for the tips I'm setting up to do some more work here in a bit hopefully I can post some pics
 

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Alpha Proto

Sr Member
This is cool! The Mr. Wink character's design really inspired my Ganon costume.
It is great too see someone take a shot at sculpting him.
I have a lot of reference pictures of him. So if you need some just let me know.

Loop tools are the way to go on masks like this.
Also rubber nibs for smaller details.
 
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butthead

New Member
Ok sorry for the lack of updates. Anyways i got him molded and cast in latex and foam filed i have a little patch work to do on the mask but he's coming along pretty good i also purchased a elephant eye from a taxidermy shop and out looks awesome
 

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