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Toki

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Thanks for the comments (feeling a little overwhelmed by all the comments content)

At the moment I'm thinking of doing another sculpt to accompany this one using another person as inspiration (all based on Sherlock Holmes theme), I have really enjoyed the process on this one and getting back to my degree days [smile].

If the mould actually works on this one I may make copies available if anyone is interested.


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Stephen 

 

 



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Todays update 

Mould dries and worked [biggrin]

Did some more work on shoulders and cast up a head (1st one out and has a few bubbles in casting and needs a bit of clean up)

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Next up detailing the front of jacket and collar section 
Cleaning up head and adding hair 

Thanks for looking and comments 

Stephen 


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Wow Stephen, so the head is now resin? Are you doing a mould of the chest as well?
That all fits so well. Seriously if I did this the head would look like a pin or a balloon, you have got the proportions absolutely spot on.
How do you measure that? Just by eye? Amazing.

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Yes head is now in resin ( I still have the original as well) [smile], I am going to do a mould of chest (once I buy in some more Silicone for mould) 
Measuring is done with a pair of callipers (I originally aimed for a 1/6 bust but i got lazy and stopped measuring and ended up at a 1/5 scale)

Whole thing currently stands at a fraction under 5 inch tall

Stephen 

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Productive day today 

Added collar and front edging to jacket 
Cleaned up head a bit (still need to fill holes)

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Next up more work on shoulder section and collar 
Adding hair and filling holes in head 

Thanks for looking and comments

Stephen

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That is some amazing skill you have there.
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I just love how it is coming together so well Stephen. There are very few people in this world who can sculpt their own figures. This is just awesome to watch! thank you for including us all.  [smile]
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Stephen, fantastic WIP. thanks for sharing each step, materials, tools, etc. VERY interesting. john Q Public forgets about this part of the process of creating so many things we enjoy---we really take it all for granted!
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Yes it's amazing to see how something like this gets created, I'm still in awe of the talent that's on display in this thread, it really does take a lot of skill to create something out of nothing, the finished piece, will be amazing

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Today's update 

Completed sculpt of shoulder section (still needs surface finishing, not sure I'm happy with it yet)

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Next up finishing head and work on the hat

Thanks for looking and comments 

Stephen 

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O.O wuuuut... Wowwie Stephen! I see nothing to complain about, but I'm not the artist her so... Do what you do.  O.O
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If you're not sure you're happy with that Stephen I'll take your word for it and look forward to what you do next. lol
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Today's work 

Added moustache and started on the hat (filled in air bubble holes in resin)

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Next up continue work on hat and adding hair 

Thanks for looking and comments 

Stephen 

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That is really looking awesome already!
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Ok nearly there with this one 

Sculpt finished (heads been given a coat of grey to help show up thee multitude of mistakes I've made)

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Next up mould making and casting, then its onto the paint job

Thanks for looking and comments 

Stephen 

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