Heavy/Scratch: Just some scratchbuilt DOTM Megatron heads

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  1. myykee2004

    myykee2004 Well-Known Member

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    Hey guys just want to share to you the "evolution" of my head scratch building
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    what do you guys think? =)
     

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  2. Stormvapor

    Stormvapor Well-Known Member

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    what are you using as a medium?
    I do see some good progress btw :)  so keep at it mate!
     
  3. myykee2004

    myykee2004 Well-Known Member

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    thanks man, i used some random heads for the base then some beyblade parts and scrap legends class toys for their details, and a lot of epoxy clay
     
  4. T4mercustomz

    T4mercustomz Genus time! TFW2005 Supporter

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    Could use a little work but nice progress I like what I'm seeing here
     
  5. myykee2004

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    thanks
     
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    Try using sculptey, as it is an easier medium to work with, and will most probably produce neater results. Also, if you do continue to work with epoxy, try smoothing and shaping the molds before they dry, so that they look less like they're melting. Good luck in your future headsculpts. You have an eye for detail and form, the only thing that neats work is your neatness. P.S: even after they dry you can spiff up your sculptures with sandpaper, and an exactoknife.
     

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