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Dragon diorama WIP 2 by AntWatkins Dragon diorama WIP 2 by AntWatkins
Still in the works, about to remove him from temporary base into his sculpted base (this will be a diorama of him busting through a fire swirled cavern with chunks of rock, soot and ash everywhere). He will plug into the base at his waist and 2 hands (they will also be sculpted to the base). He'll have both hands gripping rock climbing through. Just have to make 1 final adjust. on his right arm, and more flamework to finish...I will sculpt a few tiny demons coming through the ruins along with him
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bitter-angel-studios Featured By Owner Mar 9, 2013  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Amazing detail. I love it!
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Frosttroll Featured By Owner Jul 26, 2011
Amazing work. I love seeing all those little steps your doing to get this sculpture final.
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AntWatkins Featured By Owner Jul 26, 2011
I really appreciate that, thank you!
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hugeanticpeanut Featured By Owner Feb 15, 2011
simply amazing sculpt, do you bake the horns and teeth separately before applying them to the sculpt o do yu just smack them on as you go homping not to bump in to them? having a real hard time with horns and such, plus the webbing for the wings is a real pain in the behind. again awsome work m8, your one of my heroes.
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AntWatkins Featured By Owner Feb 16, 2011
Wow thank you very much!!! I really appreciate that!
Sometimes I bake horns and teeth first, it just matters what might be easier for each individual sculpt. For closed mouths with teeth showing, I dont bake the teeth, I sculpt them right onto the mouth (if the teeth are showing with a snarl or something). For webbing, it is easiest to use very thin mesh as a armature, then sculpt the clay on there. That way it stays on.
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hugeanticpeanut Featured By Owner Feb 17, 2011
Thanks heaps m8, I'll keep working on it, trying to get a scalepattern that I feel is working for the sculpt XD will be having a go at the webbing too. thank you so very much again.
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JmiBoi Featured By Owner Dec 5, 2010
Let me know if you will be selling the finished piece.
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CytherSlash Featured By Owner Dec 5, 2010
Whoooah! :O
Must have this impressive miniature for my Chaos-Army!

How can i buy it?
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Wood-Splitter-Lee Featured By Owner Oct 29, 2010  Professional Traditional Artist
WOW I am blown away by everything you put into this! Being a sculpture myself I know how long this must have taken! WOW!
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AntWatkins Featured By Owner Oct 29, 2010
Thank you so much!! I really appreciate the kind comment! It did take much time, but it is so worth it in the end! I am currently sculpting another dragon which is also taking quite a lot of time: But I do love the dragons!
Thank you again!!!!
Anthony
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