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Arm Sculpting progress by BishonenHouse Arm Sculpting progress by BishonenHouse
This is the sculpting work on my latest doll, I thought some of you may enjoy seeing some work in progress pics

(please click the image for a full view)

With the arms I sculpted the muscle masses as strands of clay i attached to the armature, I built them up as the muscles of the arm would be layered, for reference i used photographs, Orthographic printouts of 3-d digital human scans and a very detailed ecorche model by Andrew Cawrse

In the second pic, Once the masses are bult up i would then blend them and begin refining

In the last pic, The last stage of the sculpting is to add are any surface and subsurface anatomy, like skin wrinkling prominent tendons and veins, the arms are then baked and sanded.
The finished arms as well as the legs I built as one piece then later i will cast in resin and joint to make my master.
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yopocris Featured By Owner Jan 13, 2011  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
grat!
please tell me that you have more like this!
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BishonenHouse Featured By Owner Jan 13, 2011  Professional
here are some more progress pics of my work,.. i hope you find them usefull :-)

a link to one process gallery of mine (link)--->[link]

link to another process gallery of mine (link)---> [link]

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yopocris Featured By Owner Jan 14, 2011  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
really useful, I don't work porcelain, but the process to the material that i use is similar, I'm sure of share this is to useful to many people, so thanks
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MidNuLL Featured By Owner Feb 10, 2010
Simply, wow! The muscles are so anatomically correct...I'm impressed.
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BishonenHouse Featured By Owner Feb 10, 2010  Professional
thanks :-)
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CheetaHamSloth Featured By Owner Mar 7, 2009  Student General Artist
O_O WOW.
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MoonLightSpectre Featured By Owner Apr 17, 2008
Would you ever be so kind to make a full detailed tutorial about sculpting and/or making BJD? SOmeday? Please?=) we need more people like you around! ::nod
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BishonenHouse Featured By Owner Apr 17, 2008  Professional
Im actually working on a book that will (hopefully) be finished before the end of summer,.. all about making resin BJDs,... btw your illustration/comic work is really incredible!
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Eddie-Ka Featured By Owner May 31, 2008  Professional Artist
Oh really? thats awsome! where will i be able to find the book, because i will definently buy it in a heart beat
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MoonLightSpectre Featured By Owner Apr 18, 2008
That's great news=)
Thank you for the compliment ^^ I'd really hope to extend my skill to sculping work :nod:
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