Sunday, 16 October 2011

I just can't stop!

I am a bit disappointed today. I wanted to have a couple of sculpts finished but drying times (amongst other things) have scuppered my plans.

I couldn't leave the Sunday post bare of pix when I had been busy sculpting so much...so I thought I'd post a group WIP pic:


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At the top of the pic, from left to right, we have a Mushroom Man From Outer Space with a spore cannon arm, Nick Fury (agent of SHIELD), Puck (from Alpha Flight), a miscellaneous Dwarf character and a large, human sized superhero in shorts.

The Mushroom man is very nearly finished; the crown and a few details are all that are left to finish. Nick Fury needs his arms and belts/pouches finishing off. Puck is still at an early stage but is tiny. The Dwarf is still at an early stage and finally the human Superhero is almost finished but I am stuck with what direction to go with him. I thought of going for an early version of Beast:


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The problem with that is I would need to change the costume slightly and would also need to sculpt proper feet...something I don't enjoy. I could make him a Hulk but I am not keen on that. Decisions, decisions!

I have been completely immersed in my sculpting lately and it has been a very long time since I have enjoyed pushing putty as much as I am now. Hopefully, it will be a while until it wears off because I really want to finish my supers before it does.

As for the Grymn Super-Soldier project...I have decided to add a few extras and the team will now be:

Nick Fury
Iron Man
Black Widow
Puck
Hurricane
Juggernaut
Captain Britain (the original one dressed in red, carrying a staff)
Beast
Demolition Man (because he looks like Wolverine but doesn't have claws)
She-Hulk
Rescue (Pepper Potts in Iron Man armour)

...and whether I finish this project depends on how long my muse lasts!

See you from the top of the world!

4 comments:

Vampifan said...

Inso, you've made my day by saying you want to sculpt She Hulk. "Shulkie" is my all-time favourite Marvel superhero. I'm sure you'll do her justice.

Inso said...

I am tempted just to make a female version of the Hulk rather than the shapely She-Hulk though...

...but I won't :)

I am going to have my work cut out with her though...trying to keep her curves AND make her muscley is going to be a challenge.

I'll give it a go though :D

Brummie said...

Some great looking stuff there Inso. You know you want todo a curvy She Hulk.

Inso said...

Of course I do...there would be no point sculpting her if she wasn't curvaceous!

...although a really butch, over-muscled female character does have it's charms/shock value...