Here’s the third part of my video series looking at sculpting Tywin Lannister from Game of Thrones.
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Feb 01 2017
Jan 05 2017
Here’s the second part of my video series looking at sculpting Tywin Lannister from Game of Thrones.
Here’s the second part of my ‘Making a Monster’ video. It covers making a mould using a vacuum chamber, casting and painting.
And here’s part 1 as I just realised I forgot to post it!
Nov 11 2016
A new video looking at making my Tywin Lannister sculpture.
I went along to the opening night of the exhibition. There’re some great pieces there, mostly paintings. I’ve included some in the video. It was nice to be the only sculpture
I’ve recently finished a sculpture of Charles Dance as Tywin Lannister from Game of Thrones. This is part of an exhibition which is taking place next week. More here.
This is a ‘mixed media’ piece, mostly sculpted in super sculpey but with resin, leather, fabric and foam elements too. I’ll be doing a full build log for the piece on my YouTube channel, but for the meantime – have some pictures.
Aug 11 2016
So I’m pleased to say I’ve finally finished my bat creature. Here’s a painted cast. The final part of my video series charting the creation of this piece is also available below.
If you’re interested, these can be had from my etsy store.
Jul 15 2016
So here’s the first cast of my Bat Creature bust. I detail the process of making the mould and sculpting the bust in this video series.
I’m quite relieved this has all worked out. This is probably the largest and most complicated mould I’ve made so there was alot that could’ve gone wrong. As you can see I’ve cast it in two colours as I plan to paint the base stone coloured and the creature with flesh tones.
I’ll be detailing all this in the last part of the video series.
Here’s a quick sketch I’ve been doing using Chavant Le Beau Touche. I quite like it so I think I might develop it into a bust. I’m going to keep the surface as rough clay so it’s a little more stylistic rather than being a finely honed piece.
May 14 2016
Here’s the next installment of my tutorial series. I finish up the sculpting here and build a base for the model out of MDF and plastic. I also make a mould and cast up some detail pieces for the base.