6 " polymer bust.
Incredible!!This goes down as my most favorite of all your peices!!
Incredible work! I particularly appreciate the effort you went to in order to make their hair textured properly - it's an easy thing to pass on, but in the end having realistically matted, tangled hair becomes one of the most important details of a sculpture like this. Superb!
thank you. I really like dreads and hope to use them more often. Im learning to make the candy stripe twisted type as well. its brings some oportunity for fantasy colors and bits of interest if I add beads etc. texture is very important to me .
your work is breathtaking! is there a specific type of polymer you use?
I usualy use Premo brand clays,but the mixing was making my hands sore. For the grey busts Ive been using super sculpy with a bit of premo mixed in.
holy buckets how much does that cost? what kind of armature do you use? and do you get a bulk buy discount?
Full of life and powerful emotions; just awesome beyond belief...
Yes I was very happy! Rare for me to be entirely pleased and excited with my works. more grey ones to come
She came along looking great!
Wish I could do a cool mask like that.. and the dreadlocks look kinda cute.
its not too difficult if you put a thin sheet of clay on a form. then bake it on the form. its a very stylized mask meant to look like a wolf. so not hard really. thanks
Pretty hot. I dig that mask. Is it fixed to the head or can it be maneuvered down onto the face?
its glued in place.However, teh next one I want to make a moveable mask. Ive figured out how to sculpt a very thin ornate mask and not have it distort after baking.
It looks so real O_______O
Wow! It's full of details. And it looks so alive. Greak work!