Heavy/Scratch: Inferno Head Sculpt (first attempt ever)

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  1. Animattronic

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    okay. so Id like to do another repaint of prime. and turn him into inferno, but I have no I dea where I would find a suitible replacement head. So I thought Id try to scuplt from scratch, NOTE * this is my first attempt at sculpting anything!*
    this is all i got, and its not amazing but Its a start, just need more practice.

    If i need to , Ill see about modeling it in 3d and find some place that could mold me one. if anyone has any ideas.

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    feedback welcome. Just trying get some ideas out.
     
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    Looks alright.
     
  3. Animattronic

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    yeah i know, nothing special. was my first try. Gonna keep workin on it.
     
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    its great for a first go man!

    some critz would be that you have to many rounded edges, makes it look organic, especially around the lips, it looks like cheek folds where im guessing you meant it to look like face plate seperations or whatever their called.

    try squaring up the edges and shortening the overall face, and you'll be on your way man :) 
     
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    For your first attempt, that's entirely respectable. The main thing you seem to need to work on is your flat surfaces; I'd suggest making things a bit bigger than you want, and then sanding down to get it flat.

    -hx, never did heads, but has sculpted some hoods and whatnot before....
     
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    Nice... the lips make him look like Jay-Z though
     
  7. Animattronic

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    cool thanks guys :)  yes, , flat surfaces is what I need to work on. I need to go buy some sculpting tools. But I'll keep trying and practicing till I get right!

    Practice makes Progress!
     

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