Discussion in 'Sculpting' started by pokrad, Nov 6, 2010.
More pointy ?
Hmm, You may be right (again)
Not just more pointy, but a little bit longer as well.
True, in the pic You send earlier(scene from the movie), there is more material in the front.
I'll try to reproduce Your photoshop work...
Is this the end of the "feet saga" ?
Also moved a wrist wrinkle a bit backward, it was definitely in the wrong position.
Very much improved, and a perfect example of what is being discussed in another thread about constructive criticism being used to improve a figure before its too late to make changes. Just looking at the old foot and the new one side by side really shows how much better it looks now. Nice!
I agree, this is EXACTLY reason why I joined this forum (and of course few others). Many eyes can see much better, and then even noob like me can sculpt !
Wonderful thing, thank You God for the Internet and good people that are ready to point out mistakes !
In fact I was thinking of this yesterday, and decided to write down nicknames (forum names) of every single person that helped me to improve on this figure. The names will be writen on figure base
Hope one day in future the list will be even larger, and I could sculpt much better...
That's and admirable attitude Darko !
I'm sure not seeing noob any results
I have decision to make as a next step.There are few costumes used in the movie, but I think I'll go for this one:
I like knee protections on this one, and also leather reinforcements on the upper leg.
Any other suggestions ?
I think the knee protection is part of the boots. I like the maroon outfit because it also has the thigh padding. Here's another in black, the boots have the knee pads, but no thigh pads.
Knee pads are part of the boots, but I think that on black outfit they are slightly different (a bit smaller).
Also belt is different, and the jacket too. This red outfit is the same as the white one as far as I can see, so I definitely go with red/white version...
Finished boots, knee pads, and started lether thigh pads:
That's some subtle sculpting, superb work.
Thx Carl !
I need some advice, are the wrinkles on upper end of the boots too much pronounced (too big) ?
Going from the photos you and Jason have posted I would say no.
Looks spot on,
You kill me Darko!!
the wrinkles only pronounce some foreplay on the tension of the non-wrinkled part of her leg
That was not my intention, LOL
In fact I borrowed (among others sculpts here) some "wrinkle recipes" from your Major König...
The wrinkles are very good. I would comment on the knee pads. I think yours are a little too squared off, they should be more oval shaped. Also, yours appear to have the top of the boot running behind the pad, like the pad sits on top of the boot. In the photos, it appears to me the boot top curves up and around the top of the pad, with the pad set into the material of the boot. Still, if you wanted to leave yours as is, it wouldn't detract from the overall figure. That is some of the smoothest sculpted anatomy I have seen on a figure, just great stuff.
You have a really god eye
And of course, I'll try to do what I can to make it look more correct...
Last night I finished thigh pads, but they will need some more work, because It seems to me that they are overpronounced. I'll try to tone it down a bit:
Looks super Darko...
she really stands solidly yet ready to make another move.
Will she be a 'stand alone' piece or are you casting her?
For the latter, how and where will you make the cuts?
This topic is very inspiring for me, I like the 'old' Marvel comicfigures from the 60's/ 70's
when some of them even were in black-white.
All of them need careful anatomic study like your figure.
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