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Sculpting tut part 2 1 of 2. reupload by mangakasan Sculpting tut part 2 1 of 2. reupload by mangakasan
Sorry for the spam but there were spelling mistakes (really dumb ones that bothered me to no end...) that needed to be fixed....so why the re-upload? Because DA was being buggy and wouldn't let me edit the upload as it thought the submission was a text file instead of an normal file -_- and it wouldn't change no matter how much i refreshed D8 So i had to delete the old one and resubmit the tutorial.....
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1st part: Armature building-> [link]

Next part: Sculpting part 2/2: [link]

First part of my playing with clay and make it into something awesome tutXD

Hope to have the next part up soon (gotta work on some more commissions so bare with me )
Curious about wip's of my newest projects? Then visit my public FaceBook page [link] which i will update with photos/sketches regularly.
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wishingdreams Aug 9, 2013  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
This really helpful, thank you :heart:
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Zanizaila Jul 25, 2013  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
I've drawn for eighteen years and know how animal anatomy works, but sculpting is a whole different challenge.
I've made/tried five sculptures so far, and I always get stuck and give up around the time when they look like something between the "start doing the head" and "detailing the head"-picture groups you have there. :| (Blank Stare)
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mangakasan Jul 26, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
there is no denying sculpting is hard and needs lots of practicing, my first sculptures were not to good, but with every piece you make you learn from it's mistakes, i suppose maybe you should try to finnish a piece up, even when it fails you can use that to improve a next project.
Sculpting just requires a lot of practice and patience :)
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IGGLE-PICKLES Jul 13, 2013
this is really helpful.
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What type of clay do you use? I like it
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mangakasan Mar 19, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
polymer clays (oven bake clay), usually a mix of super sculpey and sculpey firm
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Cristacake Nov 11, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
This is very helpful! I'm just learning about clay now so it's great how simply you explain everything :nod:
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mangakasan Nov 24, 2012  Hobbyist Digital Artist
i'm glad its usefull :3
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vonBorowsky Sep 7, 2012  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
I really like this tutorial =D
How did you made that eyes?
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