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Right Hand of Doom 2

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Hellboy: Stylized maquette, based loosely on the movie version.

Medium: Super Sculpey

Hellboy © Mike Mignola
Image size
600x800px 376.99 KB
IMAGE DETAILS
Make
EASTMAN KODAK COMPANY
Model
KODAK Z740 ZOOM DIGITAL CAMERA
Shutter Speed
1/8 second
Aperture
F/2.8
Focal Length
6 mm
ISO Speed
140
Date Taken
Jan 3, 2004, 4:15:18 AM
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mojoantman's avatar
mojoantmanHobbyist Traditional Artist
love this 
archerapple's avatar
archerappleHobbyist Artist
My son is going to freak out when he see's this , He has told me my next sculpture has gotta be hellboy, great job !
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AliasGhostProfessional Traditional Artist
Terribly late reply, sorry. Thanks man, really appreciate that. I plan to visit him again someday.
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gryphonsshadowStudent Traditional Artist
awesome work, I love the blood veins on his arm, the face is great too, its such a pain to sculpt faces.
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AliasGhostProfessional Traditional Artist
Well thank you very much, that always means a lot coming from another sculptor. I tend to block first then work the face, I can't feel a piece until it looks back at me.
Otis117's avatar
I love it
Predfreaksimon's avatar
amazing work man!
kazuma-jmetal's avatar
Great job!!!
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AliasGhostProfessional Traditional Artist
Thank you very much, you have some great stuff going on yourself.
TROWLY's avatar
Hey man your Artwork is amazing!! Could you tell me how did you make the veins?
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AliasGhostProfessional Traditional Artist
Thank you I appreciate that. For veins I lay down a line of sculpey and blend it with tools and then using a soft paint brush I apply small amounts of rubbing alcohol being carefull not to melt any important details.
Angelsrflamabl's avatar
AngelsrflamablHobbyist Artisan Crafter
Hi i was wondering what type of supersculpty you use for this, its really impressive work.
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AliasGhostProfessional Traditional Artist
Thank you very much, I use Super Sculpey mixed to gray with Black Sculpey III or Premo!

I checked out your stuff as well, very nice sculpts. ;)
theanger's avatar
¡SURE! i think that's a great work
would you tell me
how you do to smooth your sculpture ?
it looks smooth and shiny
what you use to do that?
AliasGhost's avatar
AliasGhostProfessional Traditional Artist
Thanks man, I mostly hand smooth but for hard to reach areas I use rubbing alcohol and a medium paint brush, but it can melt away detail if you use too much.
PT200's avatar
PT200Professional Digital Artist
awesome work of art man
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AliasGhostProfessional Traditional Artist
Thank you very much. :)
vipmib's avatar
I think you can try to sell it to "Mezco" or "Gentle Giant" company since they hold the Hellboy licence.

It won't hurt to give a try. Plus, you just post this thing up so nobody in those company might see it. It is hard to say that they won't be interested to make an status or action figure out of this. I think you might make more money if you sell to those company.

Also, as a consumer, I would love to see this figure in mass production. I have almost every Hellboy action figures out there and I want this one. And, I have to say this is probably the best one out there.

So please give a try!
vipmib's avatar
Amazing! I hope some toy company can make an action figure out of this. I will buy it for sure.
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AliasGhostProfessional Traditional Artist
If only, I might try and shop it to some of the kit companies though.
hurzdischnurz's avatar
i found grey super sculpey. called: super sculpey firm.
u ever worked with it, if yes, is it good recommendable?
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AliasGhostProfessional Traditional Artist
Actually it's exactly the same as regular Super Sculpey but it's grey and yeah it's a little more firm. I have been thinking about ordering some just for high detail area's like faces etc and the price is negligible minus the shipping of course. Long story short some pros use it and for some it's too firm, I'm pretty happy using what I have though I would like to try a box.
hurzdischnurz's avatar
yah i also think its very firm and almost crumply. but as u said: for face and maybe hands its maybe good.
cu
hurzdischnurz's avatar
hi.
just a question: how do u smoothen the clay?
u use electric machines or....
greetings
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