Last edited by John Mahoney; May 6th, 2008 at 07:33 AM.
Hey man, i'm not gonna lie, your Roboman was way better when he was tarnished!
The shiny effect makes him loose a lot of details, plus the type of details he has calls for drybrushing and tarnished styles.
Design wise he blows my mind, i love it.
which figures did you use during it's creation? any wip pics?
awesome awesome awesome! love the sculptures man! seriously ill skills right there! very very sweet
awesome work man. you have a rugged, 'grungy' style that really fits the pieces i have seen from you. great use of lego pieces!
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I agree that the grungy version shows details better. I spray painted him shinny black first... took some pictures then grunged him up. So the shinny version does not exist anymore. I sculpted the figure from scratch, using Sculpey, then molded him in resin, then added model parts for the tiny details.
Brilliant! Are those bionical pieces I see?
Beautiful work, I love your "gigeresk" style.
Yes, those are Bionical pieces!
how did you make the helmet head?
Awsome details man, a little bit of a strange pose but it does get me curious about it. Sweet stuff
The helmet was from a toy actually.
I like the shiny one. I find the tarnish cliché, borrowing too much from H.R. Giger.
What sculpting material did you use for the robot?
Great Sci-Fi Stuffs here, keep to post...
Insane... What is this thing of wich sculptures are made?
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