New killer klown tribute piece

Discussion in 'Replica Props' started by alteregodezines, Jan 2, 2012.

  1. alteregodezines

    alteregodezines New Member

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    I started working on another killer klown piece. Here is how far along i am with Spike.

    critiques welcome. thanks for looking.

    Brian

    Here is the maquette, concept
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    comparison to my Tiny piece
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    current phase
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  2. PhantomRonin

    PhantomRonin New Member

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    Wow! Those are really cool!
     
  3. alteregodezines

    alteregodezines New Member

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    Here is the finished sculpt for my spike killer klown.

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  4. Rusty85

    Rusty85 Sr Member

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    Looks fantastic! Is this the clown that does the puppet show?
     
  5. alteregodezines

    alteregodezines New Member

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    thanks, Yes it is the clown doing the puppet show.
     
  6. alteregodezines

    alteregodezines New Member

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    Started painting spike, still need to finish some details.

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  7. Rusty85

    Rusty85 Sr Member

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    Very cool! I love the paintjob, it looks great!
     
  8. Howlrunner

    Howlrunner Sr Member RPF PREMIUM MEMBER

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    Awesome. Love it. :):thumbsup
     
  9. Wakeem

    Wakeem Well-Known Member

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    That's freaky. I never thought clowns could be scary until this movie. The bit with the hand puppet is still messed up.
     
  10. MoviefanAZ

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    Very cool. Excellent job.
     
  11. frosty

    frosty Sr Member

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    brilliant job!
     
  12. jpl3k

    jpl3k New Member

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    Hey Brian, while searching Google for "Killer Klown sculpts" I came across this thread.
    As a beginner in miniature sculpting, your WIP photos inspired me.
    Miniatures don't take a lot of time, so I knocked this out in a few hours this weekend.
    The core of the head is a thin floral stem wire wrapped in compressed aluminum foil. For the ears I used a small piece of a disposable aluminum baking tin and carefully added a very thin layer of Super Sculpey.

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    I have since smoothed out the lines with mineral oil, baked it to harden, added teeth, and baked again. He still needs eyes. I don't intend on painting him, but maybe down the road.

    Hope you enjoy.
    Jonathan
     
    Last edited: Feb 3, 2013

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