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  1. #301

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    I think before I sculpt the troll I will sculpt the necromancer .
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  2. #302

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    Oh yeah do that one (pulls up popcorn and a seat)

  3. #303

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    Your drawing and scuplture works make me want to try it some day. Very interesting thread.

  4. #304

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    OK, after tons of deawings I finally started sculpting today. This is what it looks like after 1 hour of sculpting.
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  5. #305

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    Looking forward to this one! Really curious where you are going with the hair as the drawing gives me a Bride of Frankenstein vibe

  6. #306

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    Update.
    @Kallfa thank you for your comment , glad you like it.
    @BAM here is some more.
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    Super cool sculpting work as usual Chaos!

    I'm curious: you mentioned above that you send your sculpts to someone else who makes the molds and casts the figures for you.
    I take it they look after undercuts and how to shape the mold to deal with them?
    Do you take special care about undercuts in advance? For example, the figure above has her leg sticking out of the dress, which would almost force the mold to be "side-on", yet the shape of the breasts and cleavage almost precludes that.
    How do you deal with issues like that, or are they not issues at all? Do you cut the figure up into separate assemblies, or does the mold-maker do that?

  9. #309

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    Yes, they look after undercuts, but in general there is no problem. When I sent them my first mins we had a conversation about what I should have in mind when sculpting. I usually take care about it, trying not to make the undercuts too big. I usually cut the miniatures. I now the maximum size of the mould etc..

    Usally it is no Issue. Sometimes I wonder how they manage to make the mold at all. I think some of my minis give them a hard time.

  10. #310

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    Quote Originally Posted by chaos spawn View Post
    Yes, they look after undercuts, but in general there is no problem. When I sent them my first mins we had a conversation about what I should have in mind when sculpting. I usually take care about it, trying not to make the undercuts too big. I usually cut the miniatures. I now the maximum size of the mould etc..

    Usally it is no Issue. Sometimes I wonder how they manage to make the mold at all. I think some of my minis give them a hard time.
    I guess if they don't complain then there is no problem, right?
    This is all great info, thanks!

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    Some small corrections to her face. It is incredible, how very small changes can improve the look of a face.
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  13. #313

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    Quote Originally Posted by chaos spawn View Post
    Some small corrections to her face. It is incredible, how very small changes can improve the look of a face.
    I agree, our visual system is so finely tuned to picking out and recognizing faces, so even the smallest touch to a face like this can change it completely. Mine usually goes in other direction though

    This looks awesome Chaos! She looks like a very stern elf sorceress.

  14. #314

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    Thanks gorb,
    I continued sculpting today. Her hair is finished. Started sculpting her right arm. She is going to have a staff in her hand. Maybe a spellbook in her left hand? Or maybe a scull?
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  15. #315

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    The really like this Necromancer figure you are working on!

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    Thanks ekipage,
    I love her too. Finished her right arm. I am very happy with the way this develops.
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  17. #317

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    now she is looking like the naughty school teacher or at least one about to severely discipline a student

  18. #318

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    Fantastic looking sculpt there Chaos! I'm loving the lace work on the dress and the detail on the glove.
    Her face is top-notch, as is usual from you.

    BTW I want you to put a skull in her hand

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    No skull in her hand, but a skull on top of her staff
    Sometimes I have the problem, that after baking the mini it is covered with liquid and when it dries it leaves white stains, especially in the highly detailed spots. I think I consider her finished as I don't want to risk another curing in the oben.
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