Monday, November 19, 2012

More weirdness

I seem to alternate sculpting efforts between the middle ages and a strange distant future when pigs walk around on their hind legs and wear space gear.  Two figures - the green sculpt and the cast - painted versions.

Monday, August 27, 2012

Inching Forward - Maybe

Sorry for abandoning my post for a while - I have been following you guys out there doing amazing work, and I have been getting in some sculpting time, but not nearly enough.  My meager offering, two archers and a mounted knight.

 You can see that I've been utilizing the horse torso and head that I casted in my earlier post.  Setting in the wiring to bend the legs in different configurations works well.  Hope to be posting more soon.
Senior B

Monday, January 23, 2012

The Noble

Sculpted this medieval civilian over the weekend.  You can see I sculpted him over one of the dolls I cast a few weeks back.  It really made the process go smoothly.

On a whim, I built a cloister for my nobleman.  He looks a bit lonely inside it.  I think I need to populate the courtyard with more peasants, knights and merchants.

My nobleman stands by and watches his horse start to take shape.  Yes, I am going to be attempting horses soon.  Stay tuned to see how they come out.

Monday, January 16, 2012

I did this?

I've had mixed results on some of my latest 28mm sculpts, but I think I got lucky with this figure.  It is probably the cleanest 28mm sculpt I've done to date. Thanks for tuning in.

Thursday, January 12, 2012

January Sculpts

A mixture of 28mm and 54mm sculpts I'm working on.  I'm pleased with some aspects of my sculpts, but I'm disappointed with how sloppy and rough they look in comparison to the work of professional sculptors who work the putty so cleanly.  The bottom sculpt is a bit of a departure for me.  I thought that doing a minimally clad female figure would be a good exercise in anatomy.  If you thought the bottom sculpt was a woman, than I consider it a success.
Thanks,  Mr. B