Sunday, March 29, 2009
A sewer creature I made from Super Sculpey. I used a glaze to cover his eyes, giving them a little shine and creepiness. For the base I made a skull and bone, as well as a sewage line he can lurk on. For the final touches over the scales on his back, I brushed a few layers of liquid Latex to give the illusion of actual skin. You can't tell too much from the picture, but in person is works pretty well. This piece is about 13 inches across and 10 inches high.
This is Clayface from Batman. I was trying to make a version that was more cinematic and believable. Did it work? A Indy-Chic I sculpted based on a concept drawing. Super Sculpey and Acrylic paint for both.
A piece I worked on entitled "Va Va Voom." A concept for my friends 3-d animation short. This one is made of plastic, fully hand painted. The first prototype/cast. I used Smooth-on Oomoo to make the interior mold and plaster around that for the mother mold. And finally Smooth-Cast 25 for the cast. I was surprised how much detail was achieved on the final product. The original was made from super sculpey. For the necklace, I used little pieces of metal and fake diamonds to achieve something elegant looking. The paint is Acrylic.