Mercenary Smuggler Customized Toy



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  • Dimensions: 7.0"
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Stuart, what do you use to sculpt? The lines on all of your work are so straight it kills me. 




  • Artist

over 11 years ago · Comment ·


ultima-xxx awww he so evil!! and cute... over 11 years ago


GrimmShepard v if you want clean lines check out castilene, it's a new wax analog that does some pretty incredible stuff and doesn't require armatures. over 11 years ago

Nice one... I have been using a lot of magic sculpt recently. I tend to use different grades of brush to smooth different types of detail to avoid too much wear.  I'm going to try these vaseline/baby oil tricks one day...


Stuart Witter

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over 11 years ago · Comment ·

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Stuart Witter

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over 11 years ago · Comment ·


UNCLE v Not that you need to worry about your technique as it's flawless, but I learned something interesting the other day. Try using Vaseline instead of water sometime when you're sculpting. It doesn't break down the MS like water does. Just dip whatever sculpting tool you are using into the Vaseline and work away. Once dry, just wash it off. It works great when dealing with fine details that water would destroy. over 11 years ago


Stu_Witter v Thanks :) I always worried about washing it off... oil/water=paint adhesion problems - I'll give it a go though :) over 11 years ago


GrimmShepard v vaseline is also awesome for (suprisingly since it's a lubricant) for bonding cured polymer clays to uncured parts when doing a second bake. the vaseline has compounds similar to the oils found in uncured polymer clay. : ) over 11 years ago

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