EDIT: I've made just ONE MORE of these which will be going up for auction in the next week or two. Follow me on here or any of my other online social media (or sign up for email updates on my website, if Facebook/Instagram/YouTube isn't your thing) and you'll be the first to know when it's going up. ONLY ONE IN THE WORLD. I'm not making any more!!
It was my wife's birthday coming up and we'd recently seen the brilliant Guardians of the Galaxy. Like everybody else she fell in love with the Baby Dancing Groot from the end..... so I had to make her one!! I've made a full tutorial over on my site with loads of photos and a video of Baby Groot actually dancing to the jackson 5 song 'I want you back'.
She cried..... Job done!! The only problem now is that I'm getting so many people asking for me to make THEM one! haha "Make me a dancing groot!! Make me a dancing groot!!" lol (I might make just one more and auction it off.... I Like the idea that the one my wife has wasn't part of a mass run)
I figured it would be interesting to some of you to see how the 1/6 scale Spock sculpt I did recently progressed from a block of wax to the finished head. This pic goes from the beginning to about 80% finished.
I was sent this excellent Patrick Stewart/Captain Picard head sculpt to do a paint master for a small custom run of figures. I really like how it turned out. Lots of variation going on here. Lots of subtle layers of shading etc.
I was sent the Hot Toys 'Cannibal' Jack Sparrow head for a full repaint. The client didn't want the tribal face paint on anymore, so I sprayed the head with white primer and set about giving it a full repaint. Here it is finished.