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Son of Frankenstein by MonsterPappa Son of Frankenstein by MonsterPappa
1:6 scale sculpture created for a model kit producer.
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ConstantineGary Featured By Owner Jul 28, 2016  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
So Awesome, your skill at detail and capturing movement within your work and bringing them to life-Speechless brilliance!! 
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Krashface Featured By Owner Oct 11, 2013  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
so... perfect!
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godzila2k9 Featured By Owner Aug 14, 2013
can you do a picture of Eren in his Titan form from the anime ''Attack on Titan'' ??
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VampireC-D Featured By Owner Aug 27, 2012  Student General Artist
This is amazing! Wow, I love it! So increadible. :) you are very patient!
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ferrignofan Featured By Owner Jul 31, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
HOW MUCH IS THIS?!!!
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Tanniss Featured By Owner Mar 15, 2011
What company is this for
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mrhd Featured By Owner Oct 9, 2010
you must love your job...
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jameslink Featured By Owner Mar 28, 2010  Hobbyist Digital Artist
No offense, but how the fuck is this even possible?!
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spookd13 Featured By Owner Nov 29, 2009  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Amazing job!
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unclefreak Featured By Owner Jul 11, 2009
Outstanding job!
Your entire gallery is amazing!
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LuisPuig Featured By Owner Feb 12, 2009  Professional General Artist
Excellent! Guess I should have looked at this first before asking questions (on hulk in progress) you've answered on this page...lol. Since I can't got to school for sculpting, I'm still wondering if you can recommend any other sources to learn from
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Hardcorefonz Featured By Owner Feb 7, 2009   Photographer
AMAZING!
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GeorgeMichaelBluth Featured By Owner Sep 19, 2008  Professional Interface Designer
You really are incredibly gifted! Is this model kit available for purchase?
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ciao-arcobaleno Featured By Owner Jul 22, 2008
Such intracacy and detail. Simply amazzing.
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TheCrazyHat Featured By Owner Jun 27, 2008
This is amazing! The clothes are so smooth. XD
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Zalude Featured By Owner May 9, 2008
I wish I had the talent to do what you do >_<
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InsgesamtIngobert Featured By Owner Nov 14, 2007
holy sh*, this looks great. :o The details are stunning, I like especially the hands and the clothing. Unbelievable. *thumbs up*
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geoffreydean Featured By Owner Oct 23, 2007  Hobbyist Digital Artist
SED-A-GIVE!

Just kidding, this is awesome.
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Mcdesignaerografie Featured By Owner Aug 2, 2007
LIKE MICHELANGELO...BIG!!many compliments..Marco
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DiegoTripodi Featured By Owner Feb 15, 2007
Amazing!!!
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ernesto-lomeli Featured By Owner Dec 29, 2006
very well done!
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lafe Featured By Owner Sep 27, 2006
MAN!
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lafe Featured By Owner Sep 27, 2006
MAN!
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DeityCreations Featured By Owner Sep 7, 2006
wow, really stunning piece of work.
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Baftoony Featured By Owner Aug 17, 2006
wow, you are God!
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Merkaba998 Featured By Owner Jul 20, 2006  Professional Digital Artist
With this level of work the only person who has the right critique would be the art director it was produced for. I mean to say that it is by far a wonderful piece. I do have a few questions i would like to ask.

What medium to you sculpt your prototypes with?

What do you use to control your surfaces when it comes down to the finished stages, Thinner, sand paper, hand sanitizer, ect.?

Is this a picture of the resin/plastic copy or of the finished prototype?

Do you mold and cast yourself?

How do you deal with armatures when you go to break it down for molding?

What do you find is the most reliable source for reference? live models, books?

I must apologize for the amount of questions i have. I'm attending ringling and trying to do this kind of work. Its difficult because there are no classes on this and very few students work with sculpture. None of them Cast their work. So everything that i know i have had to dig at considerable lengths to find. It's frustrating to say the least.
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MonsterPappa Featured By Owner Jul 26, 2006   Artisan Crafter
I use several different mediums for my work, it changes depending on the job. For this particular piece I used Castilene. For the finishing stages I typically use sandpaper to refine the surface. These pictures are of a resin casting, not the original castilene sculpture. I sometimes mold and cast myself, but this particular piece was molded and cast by another. Armatures are typically not an issue for me when breaking down for molding because I rarely use them. When I do use an armature (when working in polymer clay, for instance) I simply cut thru it and create a keyed joint with epoxy, etc. The most realiable source for reference depends on what you're sculpting... If you're sculpitng a likeness, obviously the most reliable source would be photographs of the actor/actress, etc. If you're sculpting anything else (anatomy, drapery, etc), the best reference is live models for sure. I always photograph a live model for clothing reference when I'm about to begin a piece, this is crucial. Have a model wear similar clothing as your desired subject and photograph him/her from every possible angle, then post those photos above your workspace for contsant reference. It's the only way to guarantee accuracy.
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Merkaba998 Featured By Owner Jul 26, 2006  Professional Digital Artist
Cool, thank you.
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sbv20 Featured By Owner Jun 23, 2006  Hobbyist
In addition to what others have said, I am particularly amazed by the excellent anatomy and posing. Your skill is underappreciated on this site.
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Robo-Bug Featured By Owner Jun 15, 2006  Professional Traditional Artist
Wow... that's some serious talent you have there. The smoothness and incredible detail of the work is amazing. :)
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Paperdaisies Featured By Owner Apr 28, 2006
That is so amazing! So detailed and dynamic and smooth like beastofoblivion said! Again I'll say amazing.
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beastofoblivion Featured By Owner Apr 28, 2006  Professional Artist
Again, this just blows me away - you make everything so detailed and smooth, it blows my mind.
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