I recently had a go at making a statue out of pewter 🙂
I recently decided to make some alien eggs to go alongside some aliens collectables that I own.
I’ve finished my scifi helmet sculpture which ended up looking very much like a scifi rescue suit – maybe a future coast guard suit or something.
This was a sculpted bust which I moulded and rotocast in polyurethane resin. I then scratch built the helmet and suit.
Here’re some more pics
And here’s the second part of my build video.
Here’s a new piece I’m working on. I’m trying to continue the approach I took with other recent projects which is to combine sculpture and hard edged modelling together in one piece.
I’ve finally finished my android build. This is one that got more and more complicated as I went on. I originally started this at the beginning of December 2019 and finished mid april 2020, so a fair length of time for a project.
The original intention of this project was to attempt to sculpt a hard edged model. Hard edged modelmaking usually involves creating shapes from sheet materials and found objects, which is an approach I’ve used in previous projects. However I’ve been trying to work more and more sculpture into my robot projects and so for this one I’ve sculpted all of the robots body parts. The rest is mostly machined brass with a few found objects incorporated here and there.
Here’s a gallery of pics
And here’s the final part of my video series.
I’ve been making some progress on my android build, largely scratchbuilding additional detail onto the cast shapes that I’ve created. At the time of writing I’ve started painting the piece, so getting close to the finish line 😉
Here’s something I’ve been working on for the last few months. I’ve been building a fair few mechs and scratchbuilt robots recently and I wanted to find a way of introducing more sculpture to that type of build. So I decided to sculpt a hard edged model in the form of a female android.
It’s difficult to sculpt accurate curved geometric shapes, so I spent alot of time sanding the shapes smooth before moulding them,
Here’s the build series so far.
My mech obsession is continuing with a new build. I wanted to do something a little more retro/steampunk for this one. I also found a cool way to do the legs by using some cupboard door hinges. It seems I forgot to post the first part, so here are both 😉