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From Intimacy Male to Crystal Skin

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Constructing Crystal Formations, Part One

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Constructing Crystal Formations, Part One

I decided to create the illusion of crystal formations growing from a survivor’s skin using three stages, the first of which involved clipping and carving spare pieces of sprue.  I did this using an utility knife, going through about two blades in the process.

Constructing Crystal Formations, Part One

Throughout, I concentrated on two things: the first was creating an interesting silhouette from various angles, while the second was varying the size and shape of the crystalline outcroppings.  I didn’t want to create anything too uniform, as the photos I found during research emphasised how jagged and uneven crystals tend to be.

Constructing Crystal Formations, Part One

A cheeky outcropping pointing forward rather than back, added both to hide some of my Milliput work and also to bring the larger, jagged crystal-work around to the front.

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