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ShadowsInc

1/1 scale Renamon... outlook not so good...

Well, it looks like not enough people wanted me to make it... but I've got a few new followers, and I'll post this one more time for people who may not have seen the first notice...


"So I've been in the planning stages of creating a 1/1 scale Renamon statue for a while now. I have all the plans sketched out, I have almost all the supplies... I just need to get started. However, I don't have the necessary drive to either start, or get very far... So I need you guys' help. How many people want me to get going on this? I need some motivation, and some serious motivation at that. I don't think I'll even think of getting started unless I hear from a absolute minimum of five people... and that's just to think about it. I have only a little free time here and there, and it's usually spent doing nothing (except resting or working on stuff for FeatheredAdventures' game). So everyone who want's me to get started, post here, and I'll take a look."
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Added: 7 years, 5 months ago
 
airdrais
7 years, 5 months ago
DO IT!
EvilDog
7 years, 5 months ago
I know this sounds a bit sick but are you gonna make it anatomically correct? (being in mind Digimon are herms)

but either way you should do it, if for anything else bragging rights
ShadowsInc
7 years, 5 months ago
I was thinking about it... But I would make it so it wouldn't be directly visible when company comes. (by the way, Digimon are androgynous, not hermaphroditic. Androgynous means that they don't have a gender, while hermaphrodite means that they are both, or have both gendertype organs.)
nick12212
7 years, 5 months ago
sounds good to me
Aloicouse
7 years, 5 months ago
I'd like to see it when it is all built and done
KimiKins
7 years, 5 months ago
  I've never been one for the latest generation of anime culture, pokemon, digimon, yugioh, etc. That said, if you truely do want a statue by all means go for it :3 Have you thought about how solid you're going to make it? Maybe a large plush would be more suitable, cause if you ever have to move it, say from one home to the next, a solid statue may be quite difficult to move without damaging. Tho I suppose a statue in the living room would make an interesting show piece :D
ShadowsInc
7 years, 5 months ago
It's going to be a full statue. But the next project might be a 1/1 scale posable plush of Krystal though.
ShadowsInc
7 years, 4 months ago
It's also not going to be made out of wood or clay or anything... It's going to kind of be like a large plush, being made largely of Foam Rubber, and covered in respective fur colors. I'm going for a "realistic" look, like if she popped out of the series into real-life, while at the same time, keeping some of the more "animation" features.
WanderingSmoke
7 years, 5 months ago
You know I want you to make her. *reads comments* A posable Krystal would be awesome too. Then add Carmelita Fox for even more fun ^^
ShadowsInc
7 years, 5 months ago
^^; one character at a time now...
ButtercupSaiyan
7 years, 5 months ago
Is it sculpting?

My mom's ex-husband does sculpting. If you need someone to talk to, I can give you his e-mail. He, er, lives in L.A. and I'm pretty sure he doesn't even bat an eye at furries.
ShadowsInc
7 years, 5 months ago
I've done quite a bit with sculpting in the past, so I don't think I need too many tips... Thanks for the offer though, I might take it up some other time. But no, the medium would be a variety of different things, but mostly copper, foam rubber (open-cell), Resin, Super Sculpy, and Faux Fur. I would be going for a realistic model, and I would try to match muscle density as well with different density open-cell foam, and make it so it looks real (while still keeping a couple anime-type features).
ButtercupSaiyan
7 years, 5 months ago
I see. Good luck on this! How lovely that you already have the materials. =)
Kusaragi
7 years, 5 months ago
You already know I'm behind you 100% on this. Sculping is such a rarely used medium and it would be fantastic to see the process used to bring the Digimon to "life" I really hope that you get the motivation to do this project and I wouldn't hesitate to comment on your work in progress shots too ;-)
furnut5158
7 years, 5 months ago
sounds good :D  i've tried to sculpt before and utterly failed.  i took a class on it and still barely passed.  it is extremely too different for me to grasp.  ><;

so for anyone that can sculpt a nice furry statue, i'm always amazed!  and u already got everything you need...AND you got experience already.  that by itself is a tremendous boost of motivation o.o

as for it being anatomically correct, you're going for the female or male?  anyway, would be awesome to have in your place, and i'm sure it'll help in drawing more people in when you're working on it (posting more pics as you progress).  

go full drive on it!  if you're gonna make something, make it the best there is!  
ShadowsInc
7 years, 4 months ago
If I were to make it anatomically correct, I'd go for the more widely accepted "female" version... I'd still have to hide it well enough that it can stay in my living room when I have company over (but I never get company, so I guess it's fine either way...).
SherlyKaru
7 years, 5 months ago
I like the idea, you should totally do it, there's not many people that do those ^^
sssonic2
7 years, 5 months ago
go 4 it!  ^^
renamonfoxx
7 years, 4 months ago
you should do it . think about how cool that be

 and i would buy one form you
ShadowsInc
7 years, 4 months ago
oh... a 1/1 scale model would cost quite the pretty penny...
renamonfoxx
7 years, 4 months ago
i shore  id still find a way to buy it  wouldnt be the first time i spend  way to much money on a renamon
ShadowsInc
7 years, 4 months ago
Just the supplies alone cost over $250...
renamonfoxx
7 years, 4 months ago
hmmm still not bad
ShadowsInc
7 years, 4 months ago
Well for plushes, statues, statuettes, and other physical projects, if they were to be commissions, I usually work with a specific equation to figure out the pricing. Obviously I wouldn't make the price for the finished project, just the cost of the materials. For this particular project (if it were to be commissioned or sold) I would work with one of my equations, most likely this one.

$ = C+(C×3)+((T÷2)10)      

Where "C" is equal to "cost of materials, and "T" is equal to "time spent in days".   I would suspect in this particular instance,  $ ≈ 1,100.  This is all approximate, and I'd have to make up my mind after the project is finished of course...
renamonfoxx
7 years, 4 months ago
ouch thats not such a nice number  
what your yahoo or skype IM
ShadowsInc
7 years, 4 months ago
I don't have Yahoo, and I don't use Skype... I have an email, and a business email.
renamonfoxx
7 years, 4 months ago
ahhh ok   was thinking more to chat about it
msn?
ShadowsInc
7 years, 4 months ago
I don't have MSN...
^^;
renamonfoxx
7 years, 4 months ago
ahhh ok then but yes i might have to buy one off you if you get to that stage
ShadowsInc
7 years, 4 months ago
I only have "Gmail", because I don't need anything else.
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