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Wolverine Subcast for Upper Deck sculpt iso
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EvilWeenie Featured By Owner Nov 8, 2013
Sick!
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slochlin Featured By Owner Jan 22, 2013
A buddy of mine actually owns this whole subcast set - AWESOME work!!
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Ursa-Magnus Featured By Owner Jan 3, 2012
I love this sculpture. The detail is intense and it has turned out really well. You did a great job of it.
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sweetlygrotesque Featured By Owner Oct 5, 2009  Professional General Artist
I like it, yes I do.
Nice work.
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maskedmayhem Featured By Owner Nov 26, 2008
Completely awesome! I work in Sculpey and always get cracks after cooking, any advice?

Loved your Thor thread on izbrush, I'm about to dive into digital sculpting as well. I want to print my own toys out at home!
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the-altered-ego Featured By Owner Mar 30, 2008  Student
Amazing!!! I'm about to take sculpting for the animator this quarter. How do u make the body so smooth???
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MalottPro Featured By Owner Mar 31, 2008
Thanks! This is sculpted in Super Sculpey, and to smoothe the sculpt I used a paint brush and Goo Gone. Then I cooked it, after it cooks it is solid so I sanded that to smooth it out even more.
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the-altered-ego Featured By Owner Mar 31, 2008  Student
Goo gone doesn't effect the sculpy?? Kewl Thanks for the advice.
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MalottPro Featured By Owner Apr 1, 2008
It actually slightly melts away the top layer of sculpey and that is how it smooths so well. When you cook it it evaporates otherwise it leaves the sculpey a little slimey.
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the-altered-ego Featured By Owner Apr 1, 2008  Student
Oh thats good thanks so much for the tip
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Clayton-Henry Featured By Owner Feb 25, 2008  Professional
Wow, that's cool!
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MalottPro Featured By Owner Feb 25, 2008
Thanks man, I appreicate it!
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tsunnamii Featured By Owner Feb 21, 2008  Student Filmographer
nice!!!

how did u separate its pieces for casting???

which material did u use for final copies?
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MalottPro Featured By Owner Feb 21, 2008
Thanks! I made the armature so that all of the pieces were interlocking and removable. A mold was made in silicone and final pats were cast in resin.
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MalottPro Featured By Owner Feb 24, 2008
Arms, neck, waist and boots. no pics of the molds.
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tsunnamii Featured By Owner Feb 21, 2008  Student Filmographer
nice... but my firs cuestion was about "where" did u do the cuts... I mean... arms, head, and where else???

got any poc from the molds??
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Cario Featured By Owner Feb 19, 2008
If this has been done by yourself it's an awsome piece of art!
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:iconmalottpro:
MalottPro Featured By Owner Feb 21, 2008
Thank You! yes I did sculpt it.
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