I had to work for a few days and it was difficult to get back on this project after that. These are my first serious attempts at some sort of larger finished figure sculpts.
I've added some more volumes to build on. My plan is to rough the surfaces up a little with sandpaper, then add a final skin layer on top, then knead and budge that into shape. Not sure if roughing up is necessary though.
I ran into problems earlier. Adding really small pieces of GS onto cured GS, then trying to sculpt that, worked poorly (fell off, visible seams etc). I think it's better to cut off a large chunk then sculpt a new chunk into shape, rather than adding small parts on top of each other.
Another problem that I had is the armature and pose distorting, and for some reason the knees lowered themselves. Will have to measure and fix. Maybe the armature just sank into the cork. Should've made little stopping blobs.
Also realized that I should've left more armature sticking out, so I have something to hold on when I cut them up. I don't think it's practical to sculpt the arms when attached to the figure, covering the body.
If I finish these, is there a casting service that I can use? How much does that usually cost?