Deviant Login Shop  Join deviantART for FREE Take the Tour
×



Details

Submitted on
August 19, 2007
Image Size
2.3 MB
Resolution
750×5279
Link
Thumb
Embed

Stats

Views
24,825 (3 today)
Favourites
289 (who?)
Comments
14
Downloads
385
×
Tutorial 5 - Body Details by capnkupo Tutorial 5 - Body Details by capnkupo
I hope you can follow this one. I don't know, but my grammar seems lazy in this........somehow. I think I'm just bummed out about losing my pictures for the other one... *slaps self*

No! I mean, I hope this helps! I'm almost finished with the tutorials. :D

Body Details [you are here now]
Add a Comment:
 
:iconlostgryphin:
LostGryphin Featured By Owner Jul 28, 2013  Hobbyist Photographer
Thanks for the tips!
Reply
:iconillenora:
Illenora Featured By Owner Apr 22, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
so you can burn the sculpey between steps? I didnt know that ._.
Reply
:iconlasthallucination:
lasthallucination Featured By Owner Jun 10, 2009
wow, you are absolutely wonderful!
This sculpture is so realistic and so detailed!
I wish I was as good as you :D hehe my sculpeys always have plenty of finger prints on it :(
Reply
:iconcapnkupo:
capnkupo Featured By Owner Jun 12, 2009  Hobbyist General Artist
Thanks a lot!

Details, ah yeah. They take such patience to do. Finger prints are always hard to keep off as well, it's easier to sand them off at the end. XD. But yeah, if you can keep em off before baking then one is doing good. That takes lots of effort.

Sculpting is by no means easy! Just take it piece by piece and learn what you can from the experience. My earliest works were......really yuck. lol

:aww:
Reply
:iconlasthallucination:
lasthallucination Featured By Owner Jun 17, 2009
Awe thank you!
XD omg yeah, I tried to make a cupcake once and it ended up looking like a pile of poo. NOT appetizing. I should just sand it off later! You are really talented though ^-^
Very inspiring! I hope i can become as great as you are :D
Reply
:icongrlthatrock:
grlthatrock Featured By Owner Sep 2, 2007
omfg.
cant wait for part 6
plus i have a question
"how many times did you bake it in all of the tutorials combined and for how long?"
and
" does it mean that we can bake it as many times we want for a certain ammount of time?"

because what i got is that you baked the head like three times so it will be firm enough to attach the ears and other parts and so on, so nothing will happen if we bake for a lot of times?
plus you are gona bake the whole thing in the end and then 'glaze' it and then with the 'colors' bake again right?

oh and can we bake in micorwave or it HAS to be an oven?

pleasssssssssssse answer me please plese
and sorry a lot of questions
xD
<33
so far i loved allllllll the tuts and faved. omfg. im soo gona use them:]
Reply
:iconcapnkupo:
capnkupo Featured By Owner Sep 2, 2007  Hobbyist General Artist
Thank you for your interest!

How many times did I cook it..........that's a tough question. I'd have to go through all the tutorials to figure that one out exactly. But it was a lot of times. A dozen at least, probably more.

When I cook I do it in short spurts so to speak. I'll usually give 7-10 min each time. So I bake it, but not taking too long.

"Does it mean that we can bake it as many times we want for a certain amount of time?"

Yep. If there is a limit, I haven't reached it yet, but I sure am testing it. XD

"You are gonna bake the whole thing in the end and then 'glaze' it and then with the 'colors' bake again right?"

For that, no. This isn't quite like the other techniques with clay that you use a kiln oven and use glazes for the colour. When I'm done and everything has been baked, I simple use primer and acrylic paints to colour.

"Can we bake in microwave or it HAS to be an oven?"

No to the microwave. These models have metal in them and metal + microwave = fire and sparks and boom. XD It's best to bake in the oven for safety reasons.

No problem about the questions! I realize I haven't explained a lot of things. As a result and your questions will help me to create my tutorial summary. So thank you for asking. :)

If you have any more don't be afraid to ask. :D
Reply
:icongrlthatrock:
grlthatrock Featured By Owner Sep 2, 2007
omg. thank you soo much.
yea
i realzied that this is different than the clay i have because mine is with the kiln and glazes

plus today i went and bought 'earth clay' but then it says on it 'not to bake in the oven ect"
so er?
it seems like it is a sculpey but i guess it is not?
lol
does it says 'not to bake ' or stuff like that on sculepy too or the clay you got too?
idk its weired
and thanks soo much for the info you gave me.
i am so going to use your tuts<33
Reply
:iconcapnkupo:
capnkupo Featured By Owner Sep 3, 2007  Hobbyist General Artist
Hmmm, that sounds weird about the Earth clay.

Super Sculpey you do bake. It has it written on the box and gives you the temperature and time you should bake it at.

:D
Reply
:iconshyacho:
shyacho Featured By Owner Aug 20, 2007
@.@;;

You make it look so easy :O and you also tempt me to attempt to sculpt :/
Reply
Add a Comment: