Discussion in 'Sculpting' started by Renéduret, Sep 4, 2012.
Great sculpting on the epaulette.
Dank je Marc.
Only I have a problem I notice...the epaulettes are extending from the upper arm.
This needs to be since this is the way he wears his coat ( maybe on thicker arms, or more heavy body this effect will remain unnoticed, but in this case not)
this little extending part will give great trouble in my cast: 1.) when releasing it from the mal the eapaulettes can be picked up with a pair of tweezers somewhere inside. 2.) the extending part damages the mall.
I am thinking of a little 'ghostpart' that needs to be filed away.
Or, I need to step away from idealism and just add some volume on upperarm.
anyway, it keeps me thinking.
There is one more solution: two part mold
Yes, there will be a very thin seam line, but that is much easyer to remove than "ghost part".
well, anyway Darko, when he's finished I am not so sure if I cast this one myself by lack of professional equipment.
In that case be sure that professionals will know how to solve this little problem
the solution is rather simple. Just cut the epaulettes loose and cast them separately.
I am still not quit done I'm afraid...
At least you achieve this bust René good job
yet one more:
some work on the back.
I am aware it's you who's been towed up in that chair my friend and I am handling all the tools..
but just tell me...
..very simple question...
cut, or not?
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