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sharpenr

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  • Deviant for 14 years
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My Bio
Current Residence: Midwest
Favourite genre of music: Rock Ballad/Classical/Anime'/Soundtracks
Favourite style of art: Cartoon & Manga
Operating System: Mac OS
MP3 player of choice: IPod
Wallpaper of choice: Jenny XJ-9
Favourite cartoon character: Star Butterfly
Personal Quote: If it's broke, it can be fixed...eventually.

Favourite Visual Artist
Too many!
Favourite Movies
Moana, Frozen, Kubo, Paranorman
Favourite TV Shows
Grimm, Loud House, Steven Universe!
Favourite Bands / Musical Artists
Meatloaf
Favourite Books
Monster International series
Favourite Writers
Paul Kidd
Favourite Games
Skyrim [much of my life has been lost to this game]
Favourite Gaming Platform
PS1 - PS4
Tools of the Trade
Sculpting Loops
Other Interests
Art/Sculpting/3D and Cartoon Animation/VIDEO GAMES!!
 The basic philosophy. Learn anatomy! Or at least Anatomical shapes. Knowing a bit about structure and musculature helps to knit a character together. Even if that character is a bunch of tubes and boxes, tying them together in a natural way can reside in that knowledge. In working out a character, collect your research and if you're working on an exact pose from photo or art: Size It To The Figure You're Going To Sculpt! That is, Print out the size of the sculpture you want to make and print it on cardstock. There is NO more valuable tool than a cut close picture, that you can place directly behind your sculpture as you work on it. If you
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Bit of a delay. Wasn't getting a proper feel for the character, and printed out some additional art from 14-bis's site for more reference. Think I've got the direction now, and with a little work I'll be posting again soon. Problem is choosing the best features from the plethora of images he's done of Jenny! They're all so good! Update: After a few hours of sculpting, that definitely moved me in the right direction! More jpgs to come.
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O.K. Time to stop playing around! It took a while longer than I expected to get fine control of my arm and left hand, but hopefully I'll be back to work on some new stuff very soon. As usual I will show the works in process as a sort of guide to my sculpting process. Have to talk to one of my fellow artists to get permission to use some of his design concepts for a character he excels at. Won't be giving a name to the next darling, but I'm sure she'll be recognizable to many of the animation buffs out there. I'd especially like to thank everyone who has faved and looked in over the last year despite me being in absentia due to my arm and mov
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say do you do sculpting comissions ? if yes do you have infos to show me?
So sorry, I've been working through some health issues and have only just started getting back to my own projects.
don't worry dear ^^ everyone has a life to do in the mean time ^^, but I hope you're ok now and that you're doing well ^^
Thanks for the Fav!
Thank you so much for the Fav and the watch!!!! I much appreciate it!!!
No prob, not a lot of miniturust's out there.
And I much appreciate having someone to learn from :)