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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!
Frosttroll Featured By Owner Jul 26, 2011
Amazing work. I love seeing all those little steps your doing to get this sculpture final.
AntWatkins Featured By Owner Jul 26, 2011
I really appreciate that, thank you!
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.
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.
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.
JmiBoi Featured By Owner Dec 5, 2010
Let me know if you will be selling the finished piece.
CytherSlash Featured By Owner Dec 5, 2010
Whoooah! :O
Must have this impressive miniature for my Chaos-Army!

How can i buy it?
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!
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!!!!
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