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Pinkie Demon from DOOM³ update 120mm

Discussion in 'vBench (Works in Progress)' started by Frank-Holger, Dec 30, 2006.

  1. Frank-Holger Member

    Here an update to my PINKIE DEMON from DOOM³, the Computer Game. There are a lot of interesting characters I would like to sculpt, and after purchasing the book MAKING OF DOOM³ I started with the Pinkie Demon. The Body with legs and feet is now finished. All I have to add are the teeth and horns. After that, I will scratch the rear half of the body, which is Mechanical (some kind of Endoskeleton). The feet are build that way because I want to add some debris. This will be modelled around and under the feet, which is easier than doing it around flat feet!






    Thanks for Looking!

  2. Sambaman Well-Known Member

    Nice beastie Frank! Keep us posted!

    Jay H.
  3. megroot A Fixture

    What a beast Frank.
    I really like all the details that you have done.

  4. yeo_64 Active Member

    COOL SCULPT, Frank (y) (y) (y) !!!! I'll be looking forward to the next step. Cheers !
  5. Frank-Holger Member

    Thanks a lot, guys! I hope, the rest will come out as the rest. This will be from scratch and done mostly with plastic pieces, tubes and stuff like that.

  6. slaj Well-Known Member

    I don't know how on earth you come up with these creatures but a great sculpt nonetheless :lol: :lol:

    Stephen Mallia
  7. Dan Morton A Fixture

    Frank - That's marvelous sculpting! Not my cuppa but still terrific sculpting!

    All the best,
  8. Frank-Holger Member

    Ha, thanks, too, guys! I know, this horror stuff isn´t everybodies darling... What I like so on this subjects is the freedom in sculpting. All you have to do ist take care of a possible anatomy, and the Rest is "Freelance".

    You can add skin details never seen on living creatures and go wild on detailing and/or a "fantastic" paint scheme. Even Bad Taste is possible :lol: !

    So, doing this stuff is what I always wanted to sculpt, but seeing the figures from our sculptors here, those fantasitc realisctic men from people like Maurizio and all the others, I am proud to be part of it. And thats the real deal!

  9. Christos Well-Known Member

    Very good work Frank!
    best regards
  10. Frank-Holger Member

    Thanks, Christos! I hope I can continue that way!

  11. 43rdMichael Member


    Great work! I love the texture and surface detail. this is going to be a real winner.

    As an aside, I can totally relate to the inspiration from computer games. I'm finding that i want to try creating more and more unusual characters from film and games. It sure mixes things up... I just wish I had the skills to execute on the ideas....

    Good luck with the back half !
  12. Frank-Holger Member

    Mike, go and try! Give it a try and do something small to get a feeling for sculpting! There are so many cool designs outside, that will never make it in any kit, so why not making a one of out of them?

    Alone from DOOM³ I have 5 or 6 more sinister figures in my scrapbook which I want to sculpt in the near future!

    Thanks for looking!


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