Saturday, November 13, 2010

Figurine Making Tutorial

I made this video on how to sculpt figurine a while ago but I thought I would share it with everyone here ^-^; Please excuse my lulz voice and sorry the opening song is too loud (It's my first time making a video) 
Ugh...My voice...










1% is too low still...=(

18 comments:

  1. I will save this to watch later :)

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  2. woah that's need. If I ever had any skill in sculpting... I would totally do this.

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  3. That's so great!! I'm so going to go off and make my own figurine, but I need to find out who I should make XD

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  4. Wow, totally going to try this out! Thanks for linking this =D

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  5. your post today is amaizing! i like it!
    supportin & follouing!

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  6. This is great! I really want to try it.

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  7. Cool! I had a little phase in which I made a bunch of things out of sculpey, and this makes me want to get back into that :D

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  8. Wait can I use the same material to fashion a mask?

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  9. SO COOL! THe idea of overlying the drawing with clay is kind of ingenious. Man, I totally want to try this sometime. Thanks for the tutorial!

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  10.  @ Hobbes02

    I think you could but it does start getting heavy and you have to kneed it alot to form/smooth it. I would suggest La Doll Premier Light Weight Stone Clay. It's VERY light and you could give it a nice curve to match your face. Or Super Sculpe. It's a bit heavier but it's oven bake and easy to work with. Sorry about ranting haha 

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  11. great post! i like it!
    supportin& following!

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  12. Looking forward to more tuts on figure making - I've always wanted to try that. I've got some of the materials for doing so, but never the proper direction to get started.

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  13. @ Hobbes

    For a mask, you'd probably be better off with a good quality paper mache. There wouldn't be much of an issue making a cast of your face with it to make it fit right, and if you work it right, you can get some really good detailed results with dremmel work and sanding.

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  14. nice, I have absolutely no skill in such matters but you do ;)

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  15. really nice...

    you're an artist man!



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  16. oh and by the way, following you now :)



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