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Re: Fleafa's random sculpts

Postby Munkey Joe » Tue Nov 06, 2012 3:17 pm

NIce!! The Dragon ogre is my least fave, but I do like the deamon and Female figure. Nice work!!
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Re: Fleafa's random sculpts

Postby Fleafa » Wed Nov 14, 2012 7:21 am

Cheers guys!

Zac: Yeah, I see your point. Still, I like her and think she has potential. I may give her a staff and make her a generic female mage.

Steve & Joe: Interesting opposing preferences!

I have another 3D work which, for obvious reasons, will not be for sale:

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Re: Fleafa's random sculpts

Postby Munkey Joe » Wed Nov 14, 2012 5:46 pm

LOL Yea Not trying to be different but the whole "Chaos mutation type thing" is hard for me. If its a mutation it needs to do something. little t rex arms on a guy do nothing so I dont like them. LOL

Fleafa wrote:I have another 3D work which, for obvious reasons, will not be for sale:

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As for this guy.... I like that and for obvious reasons your not selling it. I would like to see scaled up to be the size of a FW avatar and painted up real nice as a Large scale display piece. I know several eldar friends who would like something like that!!!
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Re: Fleafa's random sculpts

Postby Fleafa » Thu Nov 22, 2012 5:44 am

Munkey Joe wrote:If its a mutation it needs to do something.


For me, mutation isn't the same as evolution! Sometimes its useful, sometimes its a handicap, other times its just pointless :)

Fleafa wrote:As for this guy.... I like that and for obvious reasons your not selling it. I would like to see scaled up to be the size of a FW avatar and painted up real nice as a Large scale display piece. I know several eldar friends who would like something like that!!!


I really wish I could do this :(
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Re: Fleafa's random sculpts

Postby Fleafa » Thu Nov 22, 2012 5:47 am

Now, this is very much a work in progress. Probably another 2-4 hours work to go before I even work on the head, which is currently a place-holder.
I'll be doing 3 of these, each a variation on the theme of technological mutation.

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Re: Fleafa's random sculpts

Postby mangozac » Thu Nov 22, 2012 8:17 am

While I'm not a fan of the gun sticking out of the chest like that, so far the execution is good 8-)
Oh yeah I can make that....
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Re: Fleafa's random sculpts

Postby Munkey Joe » Thu Nov 22, 2012 8:40 am

Fleafa wrote:For me, mutation isn't the same as evolution! Sometimes its useful, sometimes its a handicap, other times its just pointless :)


Ah Yes... Good point. I actually understand this and its a good point. :mrgreen:
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Re: Fleafa's random sculpts

Postby Fleafa » Tue Nov 27, 2012 5:26 pm

Thought I'd show my latest commission work here too.

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Re: Fleafa's random sculpts

Postby mangozac » Wed Nov 28, 2012 7:05 am

They look great Ben! Those goggles are going to be a tiny part!
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Re: Fleafa's random sculpts

Postby factor40 » Wed Nov 28, 2012 7:19 am

Looking good, mate. You've got some very thin geometry around the eyes of those gogles, I'm curious to see whether that prints or not. With every project I see, your skills are impressive!
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Re: Fleafa's random sculpts

Postby Fleafa » Wed Nov 28, 2012 9:59 pm

Cheers guys! Definitely a little apprehensive about the print replicating the detail. Got a Shapeways print on the way. If that isn't good enough, it may have to be a wax print :/
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Re: Fleafa's random sculpts

Postby mel_danes » Sat Dec 08, 2012 8:18 am

Fleafa if you could get some clear images posted of your Shapeways prints once they arrive I would really appreciate it.
The detail on these designs could be rough, even in FUD.
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Re: Fleafa's random sculpts

Postby Fleafa » Tue Feb 24, 2015 7:56 pm

Didn't realise I never replied to this. I use Shapeways FUD for pretty much all the custom shoulder pads I've done and some scenic items. Mostly, the striations are satisfactorily covered by the primer. I had good results and poor service with Sculpteo wax, which has been discontinued. Shapeways wax is very soft and lacks sharpness.

Anyway, decided I needed a professional portfolio separate from Master Crafted Miniatures: ben.mastercrafted.co.uk

Built it using Webhook and it is in a constant state of development. If it has any problems, I would appreciate feedback.
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