For 2004 he is still brilliantly skilled! Can I ask when you first started sculpting? Seeing this I think you'd be able to sculpt a fab feral Wolverine! Hee hee! Sorry...it's because the movie is coming out and I'm excited!
But yeah...another excellent creation and so very different to the norm!
you got a little shy around the genitals it seems like you just slapped on a roll of clay and called it done granted in no way meant to be the focus but it's shiny! everything else has texture, and very meticulous texture at that too. other than that well done, the fattening of the nose to create a snout like effect works very well without making him look snarly which is the way most people make a beastly face.
Naw Im not shy about genitals though your right its not really detailed much. It is a roll of clay ..with a thin sheet of clay stretched over the top almost covering the end. He's uncircumsized and since hes facing down you really dont see much but a tube.
Thanks it was difficult to show his teeth and relaxed exression without a snarl.
He strikes me more as a Neanderthal-like caveman rather than a Manbeast---though I can see it going that way too. He's definitely primitive. . .I'm not seeing 'Wolverine' here, your guy here doesn't have. . . a keen intelligence in his eyes. He's feral.
I think a neandrethal would have more browbone and a sloping facial plane. Its mostly the eyes though that are diffenrt in him. His eyes have slits like a cat and are amber. A neanderthal I think would have slight simian traits and brown eyes.
He's lightly based on Wolverine ,but not meant to duplicate him. True Wolverine is a man with beast like behavior. This is a manlike creature never having been a civilized man.
The hair takes patience! I do use tweezers sometimes and toothpicks. just a very slow layering from the bottom up towards the center of the crown. when its body hair even harder.Some of his arm and leg hair is painted becasue of that. I remember having fits with this one!
LOL! I think I can understand the part about having fits---though I've not tried tackling hair just yet. (Not sure if I have that much patience just yet.) Fits or no, you did pretty good with him. Heck, he's having a better hair day than I am!
My experience with the clay is pretty limited at this juncture, lol. I'll work my way up to hair. . . later.