naut

#sculpture #commission #artwork #dragon #anthropomorphic #anthro #furry #traditional

This page shows the public commission progress for naut. Most updates are public so you can follow how this artwork was brought to life.

Public Comments


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The coloring

I had some fun working with the subtle shades on this one. It makes the sculpture more realistic and also to avoid any visible patterning, I added the blue on the back in a very smoky spread effect. Turns out it can be wuite fun figuring out the color layout. Also it can very quickly send you in to experimentation a little too much and possibly ruin what you were doing XD

12.01.2019
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here is where the color comes in

12.12.2018
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Detail shots

now comes the part where there does not appear to be much progress in the time invested but it's there :D

28.11.2018
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Watch you! sexy boy coming through!

I'm really enjoying this one. Even with it's very simple pose he's still very much alive. sometimes less is more indeed :D
Building up the muscles slowly can very quickly get you to make a mistake and you have to predict where to start and how far to build up. mostly because you spend stearing at a certain shape for so long you get too used to it and don't see how it should be any more :O

Also as I mentioned before, paper clay is sooo messy to work with :O but regardless I find myself loving paper mache clay as much as I did all those years back.

14.11.2018
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first layer

Here's the first layer that needs to be done. My god, though paper mache is great durable material from my experience I forgot what utter mess it is to work with DX

10.11.2018