I really like this piece! How did you manage the fine details on the bones? Was it half bake or heat gun or just super careful? I have been working on a large piece and have been having issues with the super fine details.
I want to get into sculpting, and I know that art is a continuous process of improvement, but are their any tips that you could dispense to a novice? P.S. I'm working right now with oil-based clay dough, like what you buy at wal*mart
Awesome texture work. I also like the prominence of the bony forms of the skull. This dragon is very reptilian on the outside, but in terms of its skull structure, it's very mammalian. I like that combination.
Que tamaño tiene el muchacho? Increíble el trabajo, en especial las escamas de abajo del ojo. Yo en mi opinion, te diría que le pongas unas escamas un poco mas grandes y puntiagudas en la base de la cabeza. Para que quede un poco mas acorde con la parte de arriba de la cabeza. Impequeibol!
Hey, great work! Awesome textures... I have a question for you. When you are finished sculpting, do you make a resin cast of it?... or do you just dry the clay and paint it? I usually use air-dried clay which looks nice enough when painted. Just asking around. ...again, awesome