Posts for Category: Sculptures

Pleased to eat you!!!

Great review of my zombie Busts by Nick Andrew

http://www.spankystokes.com/2016/11/corlen-kruger-pleased-to-eat-you.html?m=1

ZOMBIE HEADS first batch

This is the first batch of the zombie heads i have been making.

This is the custom box they come in.

This guy got some milky eyes

Diaboletta Sculpt

This is a bit different from my usual shenanigans, but I wanted to make a sculpt of my Lucha Character for some time now.
This was a long project I started by first sculpting a generic female body in castilene wax.
From there I sculpted the character.
The final piece is cast in urathane resin white and painted with acrylic model paints.

I had fun doing this, but it took a while to get it done.
I still have the base to make, that the character will be secured to.

Pro Photos

Pro Photos

A friend of mine was kind enough to take some professional photos of my maquette sculpture.
Big thnaks to Oliver Hilbert, you can see some of his amazing pics on fliker.

http://www.flickr.com/photos/revilo3d/





Sculpt




Sculpt ‘WIP’






Crazy female creature







Hi Everybody
I have been working on a sculpture inspired by the crazy female creature torso’s that I have been drawing so mutch.
So here are the pics from the very early stages of sulpting, then canging the pose by cutting the sculpture apart, reshaping it, then on to the final touches, paint and display…hope you enjoy.

Sculpt ‘WIP’




Sculpt updates


Hi All
Here are some more updates on my sculpt, I decided to give her a manta tail, I have also put on her hands and head, the head I might be shifting it a bit back, for the tail I tried something new by using aluminum mesh to create the barb and then coat it with body filler and shape it, must say aluminum mesh is awsome to use very versitile and easy to sand and shape.

Sculpt process

HI
Okay all the shots are up of my figure sculpt-WIP.
Basically I started with a generic wire armature and sculpted the figure in a standard pose, mutch like how the 3d characters are done in thier generic T-pose before they are posed.
Once that was done I made a mould of the body , using RTV Rubber and pulled a cast using Body filler, the same resin used for repairing dents in cars, its sets fast and is very nice to sand and carve.
I then cut up and repose the body and the sculting begins.