I think the paint really brought this figure together. I'm very happy with the results. Green stuff continues to be my favored medium for tentacles: It takes paint well; It remains flexible, so it's not going to easily break; and it forms a strong bond with super glue.
I'd still like to figure out how to make more chiseled edges with Sculpey. I may just need to bake some blocks of sculpey and actually chisel it to make larger rocks and such. I'd also like to figure out how to sculpt teeth; I think my lack of dentistry skills is keeping me from sculpting other things.
Man! that´s great stuff... Really nice sculpting, and cool paint job. Wouldn´t like to run in to that thing in the dungeon :) You´re pro!ReplyDelete
Damn, you're fast!ReplyDelete
If you want sharper edges, try cutting or sanding the Sculpey after it's baked. Cutting it can be tricky, it can "flake" sometimes.ReplyDelete
More good work; keep 'em coming.ReplyDelete
Can you tell us from where came the barbarian please ? (very nice miniature).ReplyDelete
The barbarian mini is Drac Mac Syro from Rackham's now-defunct Confrontation line.ReplyDelete