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WIP Predator Bust

Discussion in 'Sculpting' started by Ronkootje, Nov 4, 2019.

  1. Ronkootje New Member

    Country:
    Netherlands
    Hi guys,

    Been busy making the bust of the predator prepared for casting in silicone.

    Size = 100mm


    Regards Ron

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  2. Ronkootje New Member

    Country:
    Netherlands
    Hi all,

    I am finished with this bust and ready to make the mold hope you like it. Its a 100 mm bust.

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    In total there are 14 separate parts including the stand. I have made the dreads separate so its easier to cast and paint.
    The kit will contain helmet and face so the modeler can choose.

    The price of the bust will be € 46.95
    I will post pictures of the cast parts when ready

    Regards Ron
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  3. Ronkootje New Member

    Country:
    Netherlands
    To expensive guys? Let me know first time I will sell a figure... If so let me know what would be a reasonable price.
    And also let me know who wants one so I can judge if its worth making molds of the bust. Quite expensive making them.

    Regards Ron
  4. Kimmo Active Member

    I think the price is reasonable, however, I'm concerned about the fit of the parts and some of the detail could be crisper/cleaner. Otherwise, it's a good subject. I can't commit to buying one, hopefully somebody else will so you can get the feedback you need.

    Kimmo
  5. Ronkootje New Member

    Country:
    Netherlands
    Hi thanks for the reply, the fit is good you c the gaps because of the bluetac for the picture to assemble the model.What detail you mean.. I took the pictures with my phone so ma by that's it

    Ron
  6. Kimmo Active Member

    Hi Ron, the blu-tack would explain the fit. Here's a few areas that caught my eye. Maybe the phone has something to do with it, and also a heavy coat of primer? For a large scale piece, I would expect details like this to be very crisp and clean, but, I'm very picky in that sense. Some detail could use undercutting as well and the blade looks a bit thick on the cutting edge. Minor things perhaps, but to me, these are what make something good, really good or excellent.

    Kimmo


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