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.:making a doll:. by AlbertoCarrera .:making a doll:. by AlbertoCarrera
Cuando empeze esta pieza no me imagine ke me fuera a dar tanta batalla, pues tuve ke hacer varios cambios durante el proceso, en las fotos veran como en cierto momento tuve que desahacer un pie y un brazo, pues el pie necesitaba mas soporte y le agrege una capa de epoxica, mientras el brazo estaba demasiado duro, y no se ajustaba a la pose que ya tenia en mente.
Al final, los pies no coperaron y no quedaron tal cual yo queria. Aun veo muchos detalles ke se me pasaron y espero en proximas piezas ya perfeccionarlos.

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When I star to work in this figure I don´t imagine that was give to me so many troubles...
I have to do many changes in it while I modeling; in the pics you can see that, one feet and arm was remake, the foot and leg nedd more sopourt, and the arm are too hard for handle in the pose what I wanna do.
In the end, the foots no help me and they are diferent to my mind image.
Many details and mystakes, I hope what in the next dolls I can vanish
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enc86 Featured By Owner Apr 11, 2012
incredible process. great to see it. i have some minor sculpt work i want to get into(for dioramas) and this gives me inspiration to sit down and try to work on it. wicked awesome work!
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AlbertoCarrera Featured By Owner Apr 12, 2012  Professional Artisan Crafter
an advantage you have is, working for small models, the diroamas, you have the patience for that kind of work.

Many "students" who approach me to learn, are desperate not get results soon, but a matter of spending time, long time, and perhaps time alone, because you need to do some thing, painting every detail and ,sometimes small details are the most important...

that's why I think if you do and make your own sculptures will get successfully
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enc86 Featured By Owner Apr 12, 2012
thank you, and yea i think i got the patience and i work mostly alone anyways( i have star trek to keep me company lol).as for time i am really not afraid of how much time is required( wich is a ton i assume), i tend to spend a massive amount of time on my models anyways. and i tend to learn a lot through failure( which i think i will a bunch).
i have some epoxy putty that im gonna try out and i want to make some gas masks for 1/35 figurines for my next dirroma. simple stuff, i understand that this is not something ill be good at right away. i figure that after some tests and time ill come up results that are acceptable. thanks i really appreciate the support and kind words.
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akasha2683 Featured By Owner Feb 3, 2009  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
me gusta esta bueno el personaje.
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AlbertoCarrera Featured By Owner Feb 3, 2009  Professional Artisan Crafter
:D gracias!
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Arthammer Featured By Owner Dec 6, 2007
Nice design. You should cut it apart and articulate it.
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AlbertoCarrera Featured By Owner Dec 7, 2007  Professional Artisan Crafter
that is a nother level for mi, but is a good idea, ...some day... :)
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Xiakeyra Featured By Owner Nov 25, 2007  Hobbyist General Artist
guau!!! se aprende mucho viendo estas fotos. ¿Qué es lo que utilizas para hacer el esqueleto?
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AlbertoCarrera Featured By Owner Nov 27, 2007  Professional Artisan Crafter
para le skeleto uso alambre comun, pero lo forro con cinta maskingtape, para ke el sculpey se fije bien, pues el puro alambre cortaria el material.

aunke ahora ya le estoy poniendo epoxica sobre el eskeleto para darle mas resistencia a las esculturas.
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DarkNova666 Featured By Owner Nov 21, 2007   Interface Designer
queeeeeeeeeeeee chidooooooooooooo!! has una de las mias,jojo!!!
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