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colorless 5" sculpture in progress
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EisArt Featured By Owner Oct 5, 2013
wonderful stuff... do you make molds and cast your faces ever.. or all of these one of a kind deals? 
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Sleetwealth Featured By Owner Oct 5, 2013  Professional Traditional Artist
All of my dolls are sculpted fresh each time and not made from molds. However I am having a doll cast in resin soon. I hope eventualy to have my dolls available in limited editions.
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EisArt Featured By Owner Oct 6, 2013
Oh you should for sure... you'd make a mint... you have an extreme talent. I just started sculpting and wow there is lots to learn. I'll be watching your works for now on... you have a fan here :-)
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Sleetwealth Featured By Owner Oct 6, 2013  Professional Traditional Artist
The jointed doll I am casting is named Vanessa and you can see her WIP shots in my gallery. If all goes well I will make another full doll like one of my child characters. I am also hoping to have a bust ready sometime in the next year. Ive been  trying to get a website together and  in Nov I have some  one of a kind peices showing in a gallery.
 I looked at your gallery and with your drawing skills you should be  a good sculptor too. The same knowledge transfers after a small leaning curve with polymer clay. :)
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EisArt Featured By Owner Oct 8, 2013
Oh sweet... thanks for all the info again. Helps bunches. I too am going to try to have a website up by end of Oct here.. it's reallt what I am pushing for. 
I have some comic book titles I am developing and would love to have some 3d representations of my characters created.. so that's what I am pushing to do to. 
Not sure it I'll be able to get some scuptures going by but that portion will be a work in progress. Learning soooo much on here.  Oh and thanks for the complements!
I do feel a good transfer from drawing to modeling right away.. at this point I am creating more cartoony/expressive work and then will go into some more realistic 
sculptures. 
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sivousplay Featured By Owner Apr 20, 2013  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
so much mood in such a small face ... glorious sculpt, paint, and photo
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DarkLittlePeople Featured By Owner Jun 5, 2012
oh my... how do you add those textures to their faces?! i clearly see little hairs, and pores... just how cool is it to have such talent ?? :D
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Sleetwealth Featured By Owner Jun 11, 2012  Professional Traditional Artist
the appearance of pores comes from the stippling of the paint and I use a ball stylus and sharp needle for hairs that I draw in the clay
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DarkLittlePeople Featured By Owner Jun 12, 2012
oh, ok ! i'd figured out the brows, but her cheeks look like they have a fine duvet - i guess it's the paint then. thank you so much for answering my question, you just gave me my very first painting lesson, i really appreciate. :*
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Sleetwealth Featured By Owner Jun 15, 2012  Professional Traditional Artist
yes well its Genesis heat set oil paint and the way I apply it is with a pouncing motion with a stiff boar bristle brush. The paint is thicker so you get a stippling that stands up a bit.
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