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Skull ring tutorial 5 by flintlockprivateer Skull ring tutorial 5 by flintlockprivateer
Using a round burr I have made just a few simple cuts to map out the face and start determining the placement of the eye sockets cheek bones and upper jaw. These are still very rough cuts and all of the elements are still larger than they need to be, I won't start getting into any details until I have a very pleasing rough shape.
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DTS2010 Featured By Owner Jul 9, 2010
Hey man, what kind of hand piece are you using? It looks smaller than any of the Foredom hand pieces that I've seen. Thanks.
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flintlockprivateer Featured By Owner Jul 9, 2010  Professional Traditional Artist
It is a Foredom #18D, it's a quick change piece that only houses 3/32 shanks. I highly recommend the duplex spring hand pieces, they take most of the strain off of your wrist.
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DTS2010 Featured By Owner Jul 13, 2010
Thanks for the info.! Can't tell you enough how awesome your work is!
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flintlockprivateer Featured By Owner Jul 13, 2010  Professional Traditional Artist
Thanks.
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Pain-t-ink Featured By Owner Jul 6, 2010  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Canīt you have a tutorial about how you make the cast/finished piece. Whould realy love that.
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flintlockprivateer Featured By Owner Jul 6, 2010  Professional Traditional Artist
I get asked that a lot, I probably will sometime. The problem is that it is a tricky and dangerous process involving torches and molten metal, I would need someone else to photo it.
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Pain-t-ink Featured By Owner Jul 9, 2010  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
I looking forward to that! I myself is at the startingpoint to beging with just that... But do not have the proper knowledge about that.... The waxmodels is the "easy" part.... Yeh right.. Ok I can do just that... Any quick tutorial for just me?!?... :headbang:
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StudioJsculpts Featured By Owner Jul 6, 2010  Professional Traditional Artist
Lookin good bud!!!Thanks again for the tutorial!!
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unclefreak Featured By Owner Jul 6, 2010
You Rock out loud!
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ugosantana Featured By Owner Jul 6, 2010
that is the best tutorial on wax i saw around! thanks... just keep posting!
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