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Here's a small demon sculpture I made with sculpey clay and filmed in a whirling mode for a change ^-^

Lighting done with a film projector using the Gabriel and Michael animation :3

It took about 4 hours overall to make, set up and film -- not that much compared to my usual Photoshop sessions but sure felt like eternity XD

It's funny this idea about whirling visited me a while ago, then I figured I just have nothing in the house that I could possibly use to do the whirling -- no ancient record-player, no motors of any kind, etc. In the end I gave up cuz it was impossible to do. Then two days later I literally jump out of the bed in the morning -- it's like ZOMG, eureka! XD Simply put a whirling chair upside down and use its whirling base as a base for whirling! Wow, it's that simple! XD

Anyway, trying for something completely different, but just like in Monty Python, just a profile view of the very same chicken egg :>


:devart: Tags: :bulletyellow:Contortion :bulletyellow:Triplefold :bulletyellow:Animation :bulletyellow:Sculpture :bulletyellow:Demon
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Scrattic Featured By Owner Nov 7, 2011   Digital Artist
amazing!O_O
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yuni Featured By Owner Nov 8, 2011
Yay ^^
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Lobo-005 Featured By Owner Jan 21, 2011
amazing!!
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Proxio Featured By Owner Jan 11, 2010
Excellente!
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furuba90 Featured By Owner Nov 11, 2008
Wow! :wow: Really interesting and beautiful! :heart: I didn't expect that this was an animation and when I opened the page I was like "AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAHHH!!!" (it was scary! ^^;) :XD:
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Shelagnoa Featured By Owner Nov 7, 2008
Something about the face seems... off, but I can't put my finger on it. Everything else seems to be really good, my favorite part being the detail of the arm muscles. Well done! :bulletblue:
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yuni Featured By Owner Nov 7, 2008
Ok, that was pretty mean considering it's my first time sculpting the face ever :(
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Shelagnoa Featured By Owner Nov 7, 2008
'Twasn't intended to be mean; I only meant it as a bit of constructive crit (which I personally find to be invaluable when I receive it). I didn't realize this was your first sculpture, in which case, it's amazing. :bulletblue:
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yuni Featured By Owner Nov 7, 2008
It's alright, it was a bad idea to put up bad sculptures anyway :giggle: Should've practiced more before showing 'em off and all :>
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Shelagnoa Featured By Owner Nov 7, 2008
Not a bad idea all! Honestly, I find it's better to put up stuff that I'm new to, so I get better constructive criticism, and can learn from that instead of blundering my own way through. You're already pretty fairly advanced (and for your first sculpture, that's saying something!), so any concrit you receive is just nitpicky. Details are what make a great piece into an incredible piece. You know that already of course, from the digital drawing you do, but transferring that to sculpture isn't easy. :bulletblue:
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