Wow, this is so amazing. ALL of your works are absolutely stunning.
I've been hearing a lot about Monster Clay, and it looks fantastic. But doesn't getting the stuff for molds and resins/etc for final pieces cost a lot? Do you usually cast your molds, or do you just keep them in Monster Clay? I REALLY want to give the stuff a chance, but I'm afraid that I don't know what I'm getting as far as to make the molds to cast with.
Amazing work - I brought myself some Chavant looking to try something like this (no were near your level) but don't dare even open it yet as using some air drying clay and not getting anywhere with it. my models look like crap but it is fun - so definateley appreciate the skill level and time taken to create the piece, congrats
I haven't used Chavant. How does it work. I basically use a kid safe water soluable (sp?} Korean version of crayola air clay. It hardens into a soft rubber but will melt in water. Coating it in acrylic paint or a kind of weak shellac water proofs it (my wife's sister's boyfriend does set design for play houses so he brings me dubious bottles of this stuff). I'm interested in molding and casting now so I'm gonna find out if this dirt cheap stuff can be used for molds. I'm betting that with proper coating and enough spray release anything can be molded. Good luck with your work. I wish you success in sculpting (especially evil sorcerers).