Hi everyone ,
Here's my second attempt at a werewolf type sculpt.
It's 5 inches tall and i used a very soft plasteline , almost like water clay.
Not the best choice for a piece that size!
And a few z brush designs.
Thanks for looking
This is off to a Good start I like what you have hear.
Looks good. I like the Z Brush work, too.
Now that's a mess of fangs. There's been quite the run of werewolf-inspired sculpts happening around here and elsewhere. It's nice to see a piece that looks more werewolf than wolf-man. I like my lycanthropes downright scary.
As I'm always interested in process, I have to ask what you've chosen to use for the eyes in this bust. The "dead eye" look of them adds a creepiness to the sculpt that's quite striking.
... a cry went up into the shuddering air, and faded to a shrill wailing, passing with the wind, a voice bodiless and thin that died, and was swallowed up, and was never heard again in that age of this world.
Hi guys! Sorry for the late reply ,
Thanks for the feedback!
KU, i used small plastic balls that i bought in a box of 500 pieces. They're good for small sculpts like that!
I'm not sure what they're used for though, probably decoration or jewllery?.I choosed this color among red and green.
BTW this one's history now as i changed it in to an apelike creature!
I'll post some pics soon.
Right after the wolf bit this poor man, and he finally recovered from lycanthropy, a #$@#@ ape came along and bit him! LOL
Anyway, I especially like the look of that first Z Brush piece. Reminds me of a Frazetta styled villan. Troll/apeman look to him. Great profile on that guy.
He is soooo cool Aris! I love the little mohawk! Brilliant stuff as always.
"It seems like once people grow up, they have no idea what's cool." - Calvin, Attack of the Deranged Mutant Killer Monster Snow Goons
You are really talented. The only thing I would suggest is to make the wolf's teeth fit together better. The bottom canines should fit inside the top ones.