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Thread: Corpse/Zombie Full Body sculpt n WIP - Pics

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  1. Wink Corpse/Zombie Full Body sculpt n WIP - Pics 
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    HAPPY NEW YEAR!!..well.. ok so i'm a little late and haven't been around much.

    I started this guy about 2 weeks ago. the head is gonna be resculpted shortly as i'm not totally happy with it.
    but i wanted to share some pics anyway to show people whats what. and everyone loves looking over pics so.. Enjoy!







     

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    It looks great. I have tried and tried to sculpt but I have no talent. My 4 year old does a better job at it than me.
     

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    Very cool! I can't wait to see it finished!
    What are you using for sculpting? Looks cool with all of the details like muscles!!!
     

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    Hey all, thanks for the kind work. sorry about the delay at up to my eyes in fiberglass.

    i used Chavant NPS soft to sculpt the piece i'm hoping to have a copy out by the weekend if all goes to plan

    Dawn : Practice! and then do it some more
     

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    Greetings Everyone.

    sorry for the delay. i had fun out of fiberglass matting over the weekend so i have been a little behind.

    The mould is now made and i'm letting it cure properly before popp'in it.

    but enough of the blabbering, i know you all came here for pictures.

    Enjoy!





     

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    Are you brushing in a latex skin the running them in A/B foam?
    looks good, I just dont see any pour/vent spouts so Im a bit confused. Giant mold, loks great! Im fiberglassing today myself.
    Allen H
     

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    That's so cool! I like that idea!
     

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    That is really coming along nicely! I like it.
    Damon
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