my first foot sculpt

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thicky ricardo

New Member
hello hunters i was wanting critiques to improve my craft so i thought id ask the experts,here is a start to finish clay sculpting build/noob tutorial,i started with an old shoe and a tube sock and stuffed it with some clothes,covered it with ceran wrap as to not get clay on everything,covered the shoe and tube sock with clay i got from hobby lobby(14.99 for 25lbs) then started adding bits and pieces to get a a foot shape,then started putting on detail,made about a thousand little balls and mushed them on to get the scale look,then got a ziplock bag and covered area,then used end of paint brush to cross hatch skin wrinkles, added a few veins here and there,then smoothed the entire piece with rubbing alcohol and a sponge,and thats about it ...1 foot down another one to go,i have to thank all of the hunters who did a tutorial on feet cuz they provided good reference material,i havent seen a pair of bare feet yet so i thought i try something different. thanks for looking
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ScottAS

New Member
Your shape looks great and on your detail try useing a piece of saram wrap or light plastic over the piece and scribe your lines in with a dull wood tool. Creates great wrinkles and you don't plow into the clay.
 

thicky ricardo

New Member
Your shape looks great and on your detail try useing a piece of saram wrap or light plastic over the piece and scribe your lines in with a dull wood tool. Creates great wrinkles and you don't plow into the clay.
yea thats what i did,i guess forgot to put up the most recent pics(where its all smoothed out.lol but this is the first time useing that technique ,worked good
 

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thicky ricardo

New Member
here are those other progress pics i promised earlier..now i finally got a pair of feet

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Belfast Neil

New Member
Looking really good, nive detail. Could I suggest building up the front of the foot a bit though, looks a very sharp right angle. Thinking they might be really hard to get into when you mould them up?
 

thicky ricardo

New Member
Looking really good, nive detail. Could I suggest building up the front of the foot a bit though, looks a very sharp right angle. Thinking they might be really hard to get into when you mould them up?
point taken didnt notice,but then again i was gonna make a small slit in the back of heel anyway,ill look into it,thanks for the input
 

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xdmray

Well-Known Member
feel like im a bit too late for this but,

yeah i was thinking the angle where the foot meets the ankle is quite 90 degree. the foot should slope up alittle more this would make more room for getting it on and also for lifts. plus, be a little more anatomically correct. take it for what it is. just a little crit on my part.


otherwise a fantastic sculpt!
 

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