Discussion in 'Sculpting' started by Renéduret, Jan 14, 2012.
If the men in white coats do come, that's your sculpting days over as they won't give you any sharp objects to play with
Amazing job and great likeness. Keep going mate.
theeeeeeeeeeyyyy're .....coming to take me away hihi hoho
I started over again.
Or should I say hihi hoho, you have got to admire your resolve, as you strive for perfection.
this is what I will do every time when I start a project considering likeness...I will do some drawing first.
The drawing may not be of my best quality but it contains some data about proportion, positions.
I think this workdrawing will help me out, trying to focuss better.
a better base.
added some volume.
in case someone might wonder what the f*ck I'm talking about, volume is very important. It's not about sorting out cubical millimeters a head may contain and handling them in a maniacal way but a broad study between different photos of your subject. It's hard to complete this image from 2d footage but in case you might wonder why your sculpt doesn't ressemble, oftenly it's about volume.
Tony Argudo tought me this subcounciously, I just picked up his way of sketching and I noticed he always has right volumes.
So.....after months of hard work a result that pleases me finally the base that allows me to work on detail.
He's getting better and better Rene!
One comment: I liked how you did the lower lip in your previous post better. It was slightly more volumous last time and I think it gives him the right smug look.
Anyway I'm sure you'll get Tony out of that clay.
Yes, I also noticed Adrian.
It happened during the widening of his inner cheeks. Looking for definate smile now.
But it's true, his lower lip needs more volume.
eyebrowsection left and right also need reduction.
Love it ! Hours, days, months, who cares - anything that counts is a final result
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