RE: [1listSculpting] Re: First sculpted dress
- What about, holding a baby, that would give you something to sculpt.
Like a sacrifice to the god's.
With the dress can I suggest maybe a hem on the bottom, and a bit more
of a bodice. In the end it's more how happy you are with it. Or do some
search's for women's dresses and find some features that would fit your
miniatures figure try http://www.additionsdirect.co.uk
<http://www.additionsdirect.co.uk/> or try some period costume search.
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- Here's a good resource for Celtic knot work if you are
--- Lanse Tryon <splorg@...> wrote:
> Thank you.http://www.reapermini.com/forum/index.php?showtopic=6887
> I think I've decided that the shell doesn't work,
> and the best thing I
> can do now is to make her holding a paintbrush
> holder. I've cut a a
> 2.5" piece of copper pipe in half, and will be
> trying to sculpt Celtic
> knotwork along it. She'll be holding that up, and
> then when it's done
> I'll be able to find my paintbrushes in the mess
> that is my desk.
> Zurik wrote:
> >Good work on the dress!
> >As for what she might be holding I think it would
> be easier if you
> >had a story/reason for whatever it happens to be. I
> think the idea of
> >holding up a sword (or other weapon?) flat across
> her upturned palms
> >is good. On the other hand her pose suggests she is
> >something heavy (and flat), so maybe a large magic
> book or a tablet
> >of stone? Or she could be trying to force open a
> trapdoor or holding
> >back a descending floor (as a trap).
> >--- In 1listSculpting@yahoogroups.com, Lanse Tryon
> ><>Good morning, Revered Ones.
> >> I have completed, or at least got as close as I
> can without
> >> destroying, a conversion of a dress onto a
> mostly-unclothed Celtos
> >> mini. I'd be interested to hear what you think
> about what I could
> >> improve, besides smoothing, which is painfully
> obvious to me.
> >> <>The mini and associated discussion is here:
> >> If any of you have any better ideas about what
> she could be holding,
> >> I'd appreciate those suggestions as well.
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