Monday, August 25, 2014

New tutorial soon!

This will be a small one concerning a side project and somewhat of a warm up for the big one later along the way. Here's a sneak peek of the project in question.

Tuesday, August 5, 2014

1013 subscribers. YAY!

My youtube channel just hit 1013 subcribers! Thank you to all of you. I appreciate it very much.
I'm sorry that I haven't uploaded a new video in a while, but hopefully that will change soon. I got a few weeks before the next semester starts. That should be enough to make a couple of long overdue videos.
In the mean time, here's a speed sculpt of a dancing baby bonsai Groot. Enjoy!


Saturday, August 2, 2014

More speed sculpt: Korra stuff

Some quick bust sketches of Korra characters.

Update
: added the 'young toph beifong' speed sculpt.

Ming hua
P'li
Lin beifong
Asami and Korra
Young Toph Beifong

Tuesday, July 15, 2014

More speed sculpting: The Crystal gems

More sculpting exercises. This time I did the crystal gems from Steven Universe. Hmm... I need to make a full figure of Pearl.
More soon. Enjoy!

Friday, July 4, 2014

Some speed sculpt exercise

Tengu Mask 

 

Oni noh Mask
   
 
Unicorn Princess  
 
Oni Princess
All was done using MwaxZ-Zero, the softest of my MwaxZ line.

Sculpting CyberCass

This is a repost of videos I did several months back. In it, I sculpted a character by the very talented Psuedofolio, Cyber Cassandra. Enjoy!
Reference of the figure can be seen here: http://psuedofolio.tumblr.com/post/48013735710



Another video after the jump.

Sunday, June 15, 2014

Making Silicone Caulk Mold

In this video, I show a technique for making cheap and fast silicone mold using silicone caulk and corn flour.
For the original recipe, google Oogoo

 

The materials cost about Rp.30.000 (about US$3) so it's very economical. Be wary though, the acetic acid used in the caulk can be too strong for some, so doing this in a good ventilated room is recommended. Use a respirator too.

The key here is the layering. Do a thin layer to get all the surface detail covered. Then add more silicone to make it stronger. You can play with the ratio of the mix. By mixing more flour, the mix will be more pliable, less sticky and cures faster. So this is good for reinforcing the detail layer.

You can also thin the dish washer liquid slightly and put it in a spray bottle for easy access and clean up. The soap will act as a barrier and will keep the silicone from sticking from your hands and tools. But it can also keep the silicone from sticking to each other. I didn't show it in the video, but you might need to wipe out the soap residue before layering more silicone on top.

This technique can also be used to make texture stamps.
Give it a try and happy sculpting!

Saturday, January 25, 2014