Come on.Jus-ok come on..just whisper it to my ear.
Super Sculpey?Something similar?No prob,man,I wonīt tell!Really!
Honestly dude,I got about an ounce of that stuff laying around here,but I canīt really find the courage to go knee-deep into it (also due to a lack of appropriate equipment,that is). I mean actually,I already know work of this superior quality could probably done with it,but somehow,hearing from a pro that he works with something I have here myself,that what I use (or am learning to use)is the tool of a master like you,has always been a huge boost to my motivation. I donīt know why that is exactly and am a littleafraid it might sound ridiculous,but otherwise,amongst artists,Iīm somehow also quite sure you know what I mean. If I posted a pic of what I have so far,could I perhaps get you to take a lilīpeek over it and tell me what you think? I actually havenīt had intentions to do dinosaurs until I saw your work here (now I wanna make one some day),but,well,stick some Triceratops gear,about half a sauropod neck and some bat wings to that fella up there,and youīre pretty close to what I have in mind for my own works The reason why your work impressed me SO referring to dragons is that Iīm quite fascinated of the idea of anatomically correct(or at least most realistic) dragons.
Sorry for that huge wall of text. Would be really cool if you could tell me a little this and that..pleeez?
Hey, yes this was made out of super sculpey firm gray but the original one or the classic would work too, I have basically used every existing material to sculpt depends on the size and complexity of the project. Don't be afraid, just take that clay and sculpt Its all about practice, you never stop learning. I personally think , that the work by the people of Stan Winston studios is probably the way to go for inspiration in terms of attention to details and anatomy, I have basically learnt from the making of extra features and some tutorials on sculpting, mold making and casting by professional artists.