1/4 scale, premium format sculpture for SideShow. This was sculpted in Super Sculpey. It was based on the designs of Kris Anka and Dylan Forman and the finished artwork of Stan Lau :'Artgerm:
The suggester said: "It's very seductive, and the typical promiscuity that Poison Ivy tends to use to her advantage. Even going so far as to give a more sinister and ultimately fatal side to the villainess, in much the same way Greek Sirens were known for using their songs and beauty to lure sailors to their death."
''Poison Ivy'', a stunning work from *MarkNewman. (
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No shit?! Super Sculpey? I would have thought "Cx5" or "Cx5s", due to its gray color! Good to know what's potentially possible for future reference when using Super Sculpey! Thanks for the description!
Hi Mark, I've got 2 questions. 1) Do you shoot the photos yourself? If you do what kind of lens do you use? Choosing the right lens for sculpture is tricky for me. 2) If I were to sculpt in Super Sculpey about this size but wanted to go economical on Sculpey, what kind of materials would I use to fill inside? As Sculpey requires some baking.
You have inspired me to take the effort and try super sculpey. You don't skimp on detail and your talent is amazing. If you ever have the time to do some online or video tutorials, i'm sure a lot of us would pay to watch the process and your talent at work. Thanks for posting.
The best model i have ever seen. I wanted to buy one like a crazy from "www.sideshowtoy.com", but because I'm a modeler, I get disappointed because she was painted. I want that model unpainted. I'm pretty sure that is possible to paint that model much much much better. It's fantastic model with gorgeous detail, but I think, as it is painted on "www.sideshowtoy.com", it loses a lot. If you can provide me an unpainted model let me know.
Do you bake separate pieces one by one so the whole figure does not shrink? Or bake the whole figure once it has been completely sculpted (assuming it is on wire armature)? I find that Sculpey kinda sinks too much when I try to sculpt it, and have been using FIMO instead, but still I am unsure about how to go about making more than just keychain charms...