P1 Shoulder armor

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Dakath

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I started sculpting a P1 shoulder armor and for the moment I'm quit happy with it. :)

Here's a picture after 2 hours work.

I got some P1 stuff and AVP stuff so I thought "Why not make two suits?" So I can get some variation in my galactic wardrobe :)

I'll add photo's with the progress of this project daily.

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Cavaler Urban

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I started sculpting a P1 shoulder armor and for the moment I'm quit happy with it. :)

Here's a picture after 2 hours work.

I got some P1 stuff and AVP stuff so I thought "Why not make two suits?" So I can get some variation in my galactic wardrobe :)

I'll add photo's with the progress of this project daily.

ScreenShot107.jpg
I like it ! very inventive armature! :)
 

Dakath

New Member
Here are some pics of the progress:

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I like working on an armature like this. Instead of working on a mannequin, you can manipulate this to get in the difficult places of the sculpt. :)

The clay I use is Plaxtin. Really nice to work with, only it smells like dirty sludge... real bad
 

Dakath

New Member
And some new pics of the work.

All the details are done on one side. Next thing on the list is make the surface smoother

After that, the same on the other side

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Cavaler Urban

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be shure the clay not contain sulphure because will made reactions with the silicon when you will make the mold and will be pity to ruine that nice work!
 

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Dakath

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This was the last picture before I made a mold of it:

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And this is the result:

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Unfortunately, the mold got damage. ( my first time that happend :eek: ;) :eek: )

Normaly I use bandage in the plaster to support it, this time I forgot to put some in.

Anyway, it can still be repaired but I don't like half work so I start over next week. First I have some other pieces to do.
 

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