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WIP Gamma BJD 05 by batchix WIP Gamma BJD 05 by batchix
here he is so far!


When I sculpt I go: sand, carve, patch, then repeat. Here he's past his second sanding. Still got more repairs to go, especially since I realized that his tummy was off center. X3;;

yay for lumpy potato head.

also, for those just joining us.. he started out looking like this: [link]


will move this when project is complete, thanks!
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CAPTAINBUNNYSKITTLES Featured By Owner Oct 7, 2013  Student General Artist
Oh ma god, naked slenderman. I'm kidding, you're freaking amazing! 
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Zen-Art-Gallery Featured By Owner Apr 8, 2013  Student Photographer
AHhhh i wish I could sit beside you and watch you do this. I want to learn so badly but I suck at it lol
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batchix Featured By Owner Apr 9, 2013  Professional Artist
I have videos up on youtube of me working, would that work? Sometimes seeing someone do something is an easier way to learn! [link]
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Zen-Art-Gallery Featured By Owner Apr 10, 2013  Student Photographer
Thanks. I've watched them all :P I guess im just nervous to start and mess up haha. Do you have AIM or a messenger that I can message you at if I have a quick question during the process?
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batchix Featured By Owner Apr 10, 2013  Professional Artist
you can always send me a note here or email me at batchix at yahoo :3

Part of learning is messing up. Some of the best work I've done came about because I messed something up and had to improvise. Don't be afraid of messing up. My rule is "Is this going to burn the house down?" "No." "is this going to potentially maim me?" "No." "Good enough, let's go."
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Hakadirune Featured By Owner Apr 19, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
Such a wonderful display of detail. Every time I try to add detail I dent the body too much.
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batchix Featured By Owner Apr 19, 2012  Professional Artist
what kind of clay are you using?
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Hakadirune Featured By Owner Apr 19, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
white Air dry clay.
I also tried looking up quicker drying methods for it. But to no prevail.
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batchix Featured By Owner Apr 19, 2012  Professional Artist
Like Das or La Doll? Is it a stone clay or a paperclay? If it's a paperclay I'd recommend letting it dry and then using sand paper and speedball lino cutter to cut back in and make the detail. That's how I do the details on my dolls. If it's stone clay then... I'm not sure. It's usually too hard to sand.
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Hakadirune Featured By Owner Apr 19, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
I am not sure myself. It is left over air dry clay from school supplies.
When I started using the hair dryer to help the drying pace. it started cracking.
Its like a oily texture with this clay
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