A new (wearable!) Cthulhu mask, in metallic, glossy black with a hint of blue, with silver highlights. Hand-molded from vegetable-tanned cow leather, and hand-painted. These are done entirely free-hand, and no moulds are used.
I pushed the wet look on this one a bit further (though the photo doesn't show it well) by adding gloss varnish to the raised areas to give it a nice, wet shine. With the glossy areas, and the texture of the leather, it really looks like something alive that crawled up out of the sea!
This piece was a commission, but they can be made to order. The listing is here on Etsy, along with a photo from another angle: [link]
(Note: The highlights are the same both sides -- the only difference is the lighting!)
Since some people asked for my watercolor tutorial, I decided to make one. This is my very first attempt at making tutorial, you guys shouldn't laugh or scorn... - -' Anyway, I hope this will be useful : )
I've really outdone myself this time, I've put my whole self into this OOAK work. As usual, it's made out of polymer clay, acrylics and wires. This figurine represents Shadow in Crisis City. I spent my whole vacation making this sculpture. Also, here's a link to youtube version www.youtube.com/watch?v=fEahu2…
I've been making this for quite a while. I've got a lot of work to do and my job just takes too much time so I had to spend about an hour a day for around two weeks.
I played Pokemon X in my free time and my love for Braixen grew so much, so I decided to make a sculpture of her. Guess I'm becoming a little too obsessed about fox-type characters like Tails and Braixen ^^ I've really put every single warm feeling in this work and I like the way Braixen turned out to be ^^ Too bad she looks not as cute as she is on the photos, she's much cuter in reality.
I used Sculpey III, tin foil and copper wires, acrylics and finishing varnish
Here's the rendered up version of my, on hindsight, rather unoriginal OC design. D:< As many people have pointed out to me, he looks like the Hound from Hellsing (which sadly I hadn't watched) and Pride from FMA (which I HAD watched and forgot).
I guess that multiple eyes idea had to come from somewhere. XD
After over a month of work, it is finally complete. Wielded by Riku both in Kingdom Hearts II and in KH Dream Drop Distance, The Way To The Dawn Keyblade is a beast. I have always admired this weapon because of how unique and complicated it looks and because it contains both good and evil design aspects.
My replica is 100% hand carved with assorted chisels and constructed solely out of varying thickness of MDF boards. It is painted with a combination of spray paints for the large wing and acrylics for the smaller wings in order to be able to blend colors together.
My blue print for this Keyblade was heavily based off of the one by fellow Deviant Artist AkitoDecimo akitodecimo.deviantart.com/. A big thank you goes to her for her excellent keyblade blueprints that have no doubt helped many other keyblade crafters.
I would definitely consider this latest project as my best work yet but I am curious as to what you guys think, so please let me know in the comments below. Thanks.
I also made a new Facebook page to showcase some of my other projects that don't make it to DA and WIP photos so please check it out : www.facebook.com/pages/Sephiro… thank you
Well, hello there! Mine Turtle from the asdfmovie 5 turned into papercraft! I wanted to try something new this time, so I've included the "Accordion Method" for the button. You can download it from these hosts: Mediafire: [link] RapidShare: [link] 4Shared: [link]
I've also made a special rar for people who want to use tougher paper: [link] as they may have problems with the button...
Finally finished this Gundam! can't believe I started with this project last year! haha, anyway, I've introduced the "Background colour" to this model because there were some annoying white pieces over the model which would look better with it. Also included the possibility to build Open and/or Closed wings! Test build was made by as well as the photographs! The .rar contains: 9 PDOs, 9 PDFs as well, 21 Pages for the model (If you build only 1 pair of wings)
DETAILS: ----------- This zip file contains the two PDO files for building a cardstock model of Megatron. The first one is a lined face model and should be used as a reference when actually contructing the one printed from the low line version
The model was adapted from the work done by G. "Alpha-Prime" Civita (AKA Ancient1) for the Quake 2 Transformers player pack. The model was updated about 90% from the original and totally reskinned with a new texture developed by scratch.
The 3D mesh created in Metasequoia, unfolded in Pepakura Designer 3+ (PDO files can be opened with Pepakura Designer or Pepakura Viewer: [link])
I left the PDO file unlocked, so you can change the PDO template to fit your way of building, if you know how and have a licensed copy of Pepakura Designer to do so, but you cannot distribute your modified copy without my permission.
The model is free for any non comercial use and may not be rehosted. The Megatron character name and Transformers are copyrighted to their respective owners.
Pre-rendered Isometric view of a medieval watchtower.
Scene contains around 20 textures, most are tile-able 256x256px and hand painted. The flag and birds circling the tower are animated, I'd like to animate the grass too but it would take too some time to work out the best method for doing so.
For now I'm calling this finished and I hope you like it!
Added warm/cool lights to scene and updated textures
So here it is - how to make the elven dress. It is actually really simple, not much sewing. For the grey dress, use this: [link] It refers to Charter-magic's pattern: [link]
Little desription to the blue pieces: I made 2 fronts, 2 backs and 4 arms. If you sew together two fronts, leave a little hole on the side, you can turn it out - this way there is no nice front and ugly back, both sides look great. You can skip this if you dont care about how the inside looks, it requires much more textile. I would recommend doing this with the arm piece however, because it 'floats' - and then you can see the back side.
This is a commission piece that I had fun creating. Mainly because my kids use to watch the Gravity Falls cartoon. This is a 6x9 leather journal with handmade metal corners and custom tooling throughout. Symbols on the back and torn edges on the covers. A maroon tassel and real vintage monocle hang from the top of the spine that is supported with hand-sewn headbands. The inside text block is high quality drawing paper and beige textured end-sheets to finish it off.
My favorite generation! I had them done for quite a while, but I'm glad we could finnaly release the starters, at least the basic forms
The hardest one was Chimchar, followed by making Piplup stand and the easiest was Turtwig, but the shell was kinda tricky. Be careful with Chimchar's hands and flame (if you choose to build it with flames), they are the hardest thing of these models.
Designed by (AKA Me , I posed, edited, unfolded and built her), model ripped by RandomTalkingBush.
The build was done for two days now, I just didn't feel like taking the pictures. She came out about 14cm tall. The most difficult part was making her stand. I just rotated the feet a bit and she can stand for hours without toppling over.
Release date? Easy, November 28th (ORAS release date in Europe).