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aachichan
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Gigi the Lizard

DJ Mike Figurine

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Honey Figurine
DJ Mike Figurine
Gigi the lizard sculpture commission for deviantart user mobian-reptile.

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female 525,308, sonic 34,265, sonic the hedgehog 29,380, lizard 12,252, reptile 11,300, sonic fan character 8,517, sonic oc 4,147, sonicthehedgehog 1,643, sonicfancharacter 1,185, sculpture 632, clay 331, figurine 186
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Type: Photography - Fursuit/Sculpture/Jewelry/etc
Published: 2 years, 4 months ago
Rating: General

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Azec1234
2 years, 3 months ago
I'm curious, when you baked the sculpture, does it come easily afterward before you apply the matte onto the base?
aachichan
2 years, 3 months ago
I'm not really sure what you mean, but the sculpture was not permanently attached to the base until after everything was completed :D I work with figures by making them so they are removable from the base while I'm working. That way I can use my 'working bases' for all the baking and the final bases don't suffer wear and tear while I"m working on the sculpture
Azec1234
2 years, 3 months ago
When I tried to remove my sculpture from the base, I always hate to press the figure a little harder in order to pull it out. Since the clay was still soft and it possibly stuck to the base a little, so any tips on that?
aachichan
2 years, 3 months ago
when I make the figures I just start out with the little wires sticking out of the bottom wherever it will attach to the base. Like this
http://sta.sh/0276s3qg8coc

I sculpt them while they are in my hand so they never get attached to the base I'm working on. I will sculpt a section, then bake it, then sculpt more. This way I will have something to hold onto because i prefer to sculpt with the figure in my hand. It makes it easier for me to get all the nooks and crannies and so I can turn it around much faster than if it was stuck to the base. You can see in the picture that my working base has lots of holes in it so I can pick any of the holes to put the figure in. And if I've got two or more wires sticking out of the bottom of my figure, I can drill another hole in the base so the holes and the wires will line up :D
Azec1234
2 years, 3 months ago
Thanks, i need to keep those notes that you sent me in file. Also, I sent a note to your dA and hope you could reply it.

And do please visit to my profile if you have time, I'm a huge fan of Sonic the Hedgehog and I made quite amount fan comic and fan fiction that I hope you enjoy ^^
aachichan
2 years, 3 months ago
I replied to you on DA :D
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