Here’s a new video looking at sculpting up a zombie. For this one I use two different varieties of monster clay and a skull that I created in a previous video.
In this video I use grey Monster Clay for the first time to sculpt some creatures.
Here’s a new piece. I was mostly concentrating on adding texture for this one. It was sculpted in Monster Clay and then moulded and cast in resin.
And here’s a build videos of the piece
I’ve finished my 40k Space Marine sculpture. This one got a little involved as it requires lots of individual moulds and cast pieces to realise the final version, but we’ve got to finish line finally.
Here’s the second part of my build series:
And here’re some more pics:
Here’s a new piece I’m currently working on. Many of my recent projects have involved multiple moulding and casting passes before arriving at a final piece, so I wanted to do something abit simpler. While I do plan to mould this I’ll be able to do a single mould and roto cast it for a hollow cast in resin. Much simpler than multiple individual moulds and pressure casting etc.
I’ve also been doing alot of hard edged moulding recently so it’s nice to do a pure sculpture.
In this video I add a variety of mechanical pieces to a cast of a skull to create a Warhammer 40k Servo Skull.
In this video I mould a sculpture of a skull and cast up some resin copies. Casts available here https://www.etsy.com/uk/listing/88910…
In this video I start building a Warhammer 40k Space Marine using a combination of traditional sculpture, 3D printing and scratch building.
Here’s a new project – a female warrior that I’m sculpting and moulding in separate pieces.
I recently had a go at making a statue out of pewter 🙂