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Burrows & Badgers - getting back to sculpting!

Burrows & Badgers - getting back to sculpting!

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Finishing off...

Tutoring 17
Skill 16
Idea 17
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I also went back to the loincloth area; it had served the purpose of making the miniature easier to mould and cast, but I wasn’t happy with the way it looked. So I extended it across the miniature further, which helped to improve the balance a lot.

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Finally, I wanted this badger to be an old, wise brock; so I thought a bit of extra hair might help give that impression. I added small amounts of putty to the back of his head and lower jaw, then worked them into shape.

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And that was the job finished; after a six month hiatus, I’ve finally sculpted a new miniature!

 

Finishing off...

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10 Comments on "Finishing off…"

soldado
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2472xp

Fantastic so far

tonysilvey
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2688xp

Amazing and a really well documented step by step of a scupt. Great for budding miniature sculptors. Looking forward to the next 14 🙂

thedace
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1283xp

Looking great! I ordered the rulebook today and really can’t wait to get playing.
Out of interest how long did it take to sculpt this mini from start to finish?

teddymademedoit
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1265xp

Amazing blog, an absolute joy seeing this come together

davehawes
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4218xp

Amazing piece of work, wonderful to see all the stages in such detail. Also who doesn’t love a pipe-smoking wizard 🙂

gremlin
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531xp

Excellent. I’ve often wondered how the initial miniature was made, now I know. Thanks a lot very informative.

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