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Crimson and The Elder by dwdriver Crimson and The Elder by dwdriver
These guys are made of mostly clay and they are one of a kind sculptures,I have my own process for creating them whitch includes air dry clay and anything else I find that will suite my purpose.
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BelDarion-X Featured By Owner Oct 25, 2011  Student Artist
Wauw this is fantastic! :D
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dwdriver Featured By Owner Oct 25, 2011  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Thank you very much!!!
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BelDarion-X Featured By Owner Oct 26, 2011  Student Artist
Any time! :D
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BrokenHallelujahs Featured By Owner Oct 4, 2011  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
These are incredible! Are the teeth made from clay as well? I've tried making clay teeth and it's always turned out disastrous :D
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dwdriver Featured By Owner Oct 5, 2011  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
the teeth are made of plaster,I sculpted 4 different teeth out of sculpty clay and then rubber molded them so I can make as many of them as I want useing plaster.this way I can easly cut them different lengths and create lots of combos the color is done with charcoal,nail polish,and dark oak stain. I've made up my own methods for creating my sculpts, I've never had any training or art classes so I just play with stuff till I get the results I want....I'm glad you like them and I would would be happy to answer any questions if I can help :}
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BrokenHallelujahs Featured By Owner Oct 5, 2011  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
That's wonderful! I really admire people who teach themselves. I taught myself wire working, and I feel that I've developed my own style because of it. Just like your sculpting. I recently bought some Sculpy clay because I really wanted to make my own pendants etc. But I'm not really sure how to use it or what to do. I'll have to play around with it so that I can figure out some questions! Unless you have any super beginner tips :)
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dwdriver Featured By Owner Oct 7, 2011  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
It really depends on what you are trying create,sculpty can be amazing and frustrating at the same time,once you get the hang of it you will love it:} I can tell you that wire makes for a great skeleton when you are creating a human or animal type figure!! I like to make parts sepretly leaving enough wire sticking out of my part to form a stand so my part does not touch the cookie sheet I use to bake it then clip the excess wire and use super glue to connect the parts and then fill the gaps with sculpty and rebake...{connecting an arm to a torso or a head to a neck and so on}...I hope this helps and feal free to ask me questions,I'm no expert but if I can help I'd be glad to do so!!!!
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