Post by kaytermarram on Jan 17, 2015 15:08:21 GMT -5
Ok, so I start my duel build with Lucas, concentrating on some Ladies of different Fantasy worlds. Mine will be a Female Dragon Trainer (hey guys, stop drooling, it is NOT The Mother of Dragons!), sculpted in 1:24 scale, a 100 % Fantasy Figure. It is done, as usual for me, in different sculpting compounds and I will hopefully detail her to the max. And her pet, too. So we will see how and where it ends, stay tuned! Pics will follow soon with detailed descriptions.
Post by kaytermarram on Jan 18, 2015 7:35:27 GMT -5
So, my first duell build starts NOW. Here are the first pics of my Lady. I have decided to make her a strong woman, more like an Amazone, a professional in what she does: Handling Dragons (or lets say flying reptiles). So she has an infant on her shoulder/arm, connected with a chain to her and shows him the landscapes where he will rule sometimes. The figure is one upon a Preiser Adam Figure which I collected together from my spares body parts box. She will stand with one leg a little bit higher than with the other. Her clothes have been made from dragon skin and teeth and she will wear some ornaments or jewels, weapons and a bit equipment. And at last the Base. Done in 1:24 scale and entirely sculpted in Magic Sculpt.
Post by kaytermarram on Jan 18, 2015 8:35:04 GMT -5
Lucas, it is not Brienne, it is more kind of. When I think of a Dragon Handler, than I think more of Lady Targaryen and this is what my figure is not. She is not fragile, she is a fighting machine so to say.
Leon, thanks my friend! I hope she will look as good as now when finished...
Post by kaytermarram on Jan 26, 2015 3:58:16 GMT -5
OK, here some news. Pics will follow! Yesterday I have choosen a fitting head, sanded of the molded hair and started beginning a new hairdo. And beginning was made on one arm, which will get the first superdetailing treatment today, maybe the beginning of the infant dragon will be done.
Post by kaytermarram on Feb 1, 2015 8:09:07 GMT -5
Thanks Ray! My first sculpting compund were Fimo and Fimo Soft. But that was not my stuff. Followed by Miliput which I use over and over for the main sculpture and filling in masses. Its good to use and cheap. Than I listened to a sculptor who meant, Magic Sculpt is the best he had used till now and I switched again. And stayed. It is very good to use and I love it. What is Premo?? Never heard of it. Pro Create was on my bench, too, but was not my cup of tea.
As for the figure: More pics the next days, I have added new details.