New Bio Sculpt "Scrap"

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Milk1

New Member
I finally decided to try and scuplt my first bio. I bought one of Casey's ancient bios so that I would have a good reference for size and shape. I made up a quick armatuer with cardboard, plaster and aluminum foil. I just started today so it is still really ruff. I focused on just one side to get an idea of what I like. The design was just made up as I worked on it. Let me know what you guys think. Thanks.......Aaron
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Darth Pinhead

Active Member
I love the layering, the lines you have going on between the layers, and digging the spike concept! Looking forward to your updates. Personally, I'm already seeing an opportunity for a two-tone paint job...
 

xdmray

Well-Known Member
really like the design, but it looks huge compared to the ancient. you may want to slim it down before you put too much detail in to it.
 

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StoneHeart

New Member
Reminds me of the Ancient predator from AVP2: Primal Hunt
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I like it. Looks a tad hugeish but I'm really diggin' it :)
 

Milk1

New Member
Thanks guys! It seems a little big in the pics, but that is because it is higher in the photo than the ancient. It is maybe only and inch wider and two inches taller. I am slowly trying to get it even/symentrical today. Maybe I will have some more pics later today or tomorrow.
 

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Milk1

New Member
Here is the latest update. I finally got it pretty symetrical which was the most time comsuming part. I changed around a few details as well. The lines down the center are not staying there they are just a guide. I still need to sculpt my own tri-laser deal. Then just smooth it out and detail it. Should be done by monday. Still did not think of a name though.
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Milk1

New Member
Well I just finished it up. I went with a really ruff/molded texture for a different look. It should be really cool looking after paint. The molding materials also came in today, so it should be in resin by the weekend.
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Hunts With Man

New Member
Brutal; but I can't keep my eyes off the cheeks, they look like the base of a car cupholder to me. ;> That's the only area I don't really like, but as always, that's a matter of personal taste.
 

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Eaglewood

Sr Member
ummm--Hell yeah!!!!! This just goes to show you how the imagination and talent is really shown here on the Lair-- great work my friend-- Looking forward to seeing the finished product!
 

Milk1

New Member
I finished the mold and poured the first cast today. I did not have enough resin though, so it came out way too thin. Some of the spikes didn't cast well, so I am going to make seperate molds for them.
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