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#1 de3freak

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Posted 02 October 2008 - 08:27 AM

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Posted 27 October 2008 - 10:10 AM

I really like the figure of Big E . Did you scratchbuild it or is it available through a figurine company?

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Posted 29 October 2008 - 07:05 PM

I really like the figure of Big E . Did you scratchbuild it or is it available through a figurine company?


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Thank you for the comment my friend . The figure was sculpted using SUPER SCULPEY 3, on the jacket, if you observe more detainly, you will notice that the collar as well as the tie straps are thinner, those were made with good ole paper towel, patience, good siccors and luck ... :P . They were soaked with a little of white glue and then when ready, they were coated with some ENAMEL EPOXY CERAMIC as used also for the inside window rails on the model , for they were hand made using COMPUTER PAPER CARD STOCK . I am in my time planning on doing a cast of the figure . If you are interested, contact me .

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Posted 30 October 2008 - 03:35 AM

Erick, Thank you for the info on the Super Sculpy 3. I have always wanted to try my hand at making figures and this seems like a great product for that. By the way you did a fantastic job creating your figure of Big E. It would be great to see a step by step tutorial on how you go about it. Thanks again!!

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Posted 30 October 2008 - 10:13 AM

Erick, Thank you for the info on the Super Sculpy 3. I have always wanted to try my hand at making figures and this seems like a great product for that. By the way you did a fantastic job creating your figure of Big E. It would be great to see a step by step tutorial on how you go about it. Thanks again!!



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Hello " MARKJ " , thank you for the comments, they are much respected ... thank you .
My intention on doing this figure was not in my mind, of great interest, it was more as a project of " what could I do with the left over " ... ;) . Allow me to explain . I sculpt figures, figures like ALIEN ( my favorite ) , PREDATORS, PUMPKINHEAD, STAR WARS CHARACTERS, BAT MAN as well EROTIC WOMEN and others. For such task I use SUPER SCULPEY , which must be taken to the oven as one sees a final work done so that the clay can harden . If what you want to do is a figure like such, and see it as a fast procedure ( other than a daily task ), may I recomend a clay called DAS-PLAS. It is self hardning and the details can be smothed out with a brush and water . I would like to suggest PLAY DOUGH , but as todays outcome, it does not stay harden . I do not have a step by step photo of such, to tell you the truth, this is the first time I am asked this. If you like you can contact me at my YAHOO MESSENGER " de3freak " or at my e-mail " de3freak@yahoo.com ", if so please use this forum as a refference so that I can relate to it. Please feel free to ask anything related to the subject.

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Posted 30 October 2008 - 10:25 AM

Erick, I had my wife pic me up some Super Sculpy today at the local Hobby Lobby. Its not Super Sculpey 3 but it says that it is artist quality whatever that means. I definitely want to bake it in the oven if I ever come up with something presentable. I have never tryed sculpting before but who knows maybe I won't be too bad at it. Thanks again for all your help and if I come up with anything I will e-mail it to you.

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Posted 30 October 2008 - 05:23 PM

Erick, I had my wife pic me up some Super Sculpy today at the local Hobby Lobby. Its not Super Sculpey 3 but it says that it is artist quality whatever that means. I definitely want to bake it in the oven if I ever come up with something presentable. I have never tryed sculpting before but who knows maybe I won't be too bad at it. Thanks again for all your help and if I come up with anything I will e-mail it to you.


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Hello my friend, feel free to ask for any help. I take it , this will be sort of a first time for you. Don't ever tell yourself you can't, you would be amazed at what you can accomplish . I have been modeling since age 5, using clay since 8, I am 46 now, trust me, one never stops learning. Have fun !