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#61

this is crazy. i love it. its almost beter then 3d. just change the way i look at sculpting. no s**t.


#62

If you care, you should definitly post it somewhere in a finished Section, this gets on the Frontpage for sure.
Just amazing, don’t want to think about it, how long it takes to learn all the musclestrucure.


#63

thank you for the process, the result is fantastic!


#64

Wow, thank you so much for sharing this!
I have been brwosing this thread with Awe now, how can somebody be so talented?
It’s wonderful!! :slight_smile:


#65

Thanks so much for the replies guys! Really appreciate them :thumbsup:

RicoD: haha, then you are going to have to running while carrying a very heavy clay.( This piece is a bout 16- 20 pound heavy.)

D-E-A-N: thanks a lot Sven!

Intervain:Thanks Magda! I am really hooked with sculpting ever since Gideon taught me how to :scream:

vivien82:Thanks! Sure, come and get it.

Earendil: Thanks a lot, I will try to learn to take better photos :slight_smile:

Farmer3D: Thanks man!

tanicdesigns: Thanks!

vyse-soa: Thanks! I actually submitted it to finished work 2D. But it got rejected since it is not a digital artwork :slight_smile:

Ballo: thanks!

Azurelle: Thanks Azurelle!


#66

You have been doing a lot of practice to be able to sculpt that well and it shows.

I would love to have seen some more shots of the detailing process you use…absolutely stellar.

Congratulations on creating such a wonderful piece.


#67

Argh! Thats really a pity, maybe if you smack one or two decent Photoshopfilter over the picture with a bit backgroundpainting, it gets a accepted… No seriously, your sculpture would really deserved to be on the Frontpage.


#68

Can I say wow ?
WoW! :love:
I really love your sculpt, but what I love the most is your progress, that’s awesome.
Did you take some course ? You said someone helped you to sculpt better, that was a figurative course or just some tips about sculpey ?

And I didnt found anything about your painting technique, it seems that you are using an airbrush, it is right ?

And how did you do the big red mark, with a stencil or a brush ?
Thats really awesome, thats your cyclop who lead me here and I am amazed by both of these work.

Cheers :applause:


#69

Thats awesome. It looks so intense. Very inspirational.:applause:

Where’s his other dagger? In the game he olds 2 when he fights and one when he stabs in a grab move but isn’t the other one on his back or just does it disappear? I may be wrong about that its been a long time since I’ve played it.


#70

Bravo!!! This is a most amazing work what i saw.:thumbsup:


#71

Extremely wow work, in both ways. :thumbsup: I love it.


#72

thanks for the replies guys! I thought this thread is dead already :scream:

thewave: The detailing process didnt really take much time. But I will take more wip photos onmy next sculpt :slight_smile:

vyse-soa:thanks lots! Yeah, i was thinking maybe a comp for it, but I am currently working on a new project. I will prob do the comp thing on my next sculpture

prayingmantis:thanks man! I had a very brief sculpting class when I was taking 3D course at VFS. That helped me understand the clay and bulding a simple armature. I got a golden opportunity to take Jordu Schell’s class last year. There, I learnt the most on sculpting form and airbrushing.
for airbrushing, I myself am still trying to learn how to use airbrush properly, so there was still tons of trial and error during the process. For the big red mark, I just used a paintbrush with a really dissolved acrylic paint.

deusex:true that he got 2 daggers! But it was much much easier for me just to give him 1 dagger( like the concept,plus it saves me time and effort :scream: )

sanislov:thanks!

jmboekenstein:thanks man!


#73

I can’t stop to drool.

I can’t !

My god MYYY GODD !!


#74

Super nice detail muscular. Great work Herbert!. :slight_smile:


#75

Admirable work and Total respect :thumbsup:
It`s very impressive when person can do sculpture like that :eek:
How do you freeze the chain?


#76

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