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My MissPiggy clay model

Discussion in 'Puppet Building and Performing' started by piggy989piggy, May 21, 2016.

  1. piggy989piggy

    piggy989piggy Well-Known Member

    Hi guys!

    So I just finshed my miss piggy clay model(for making a mold,and then casting foam)

    https://www.flickr.com/cameraroll/

    I'd love to hear what you think! also,suggestions for what should I ad/fix
     
  2. propologist

    propologist Well-Known Member

    The link just goes to my page. Just post the name of your flickr.
     
  3. piggy989piggy

    piggy989piggy Well-Known Member

    Last edited: May 22, 2016
  4. muppetperson

    muppetperson Well-Known Member

    Excellent, although her head isn't recessed where her hair goes.
    [​IMG][​IMG]
     
    Last edited: May 22, 2016
  5. piggy989piggy

    piggy989piggy Well-Known Member

    Yes I understand,I did what I could but I ran out of clay....

    I thought it will be unnoticeable since hair will cover everything...

    It is too late for changes now since the clay is allready dry,but do you think it will actually effect the final result?(I am planing to make molds and cast soft foam not foam latex,if it matters...)
     
  6. muppetperson

    muppetperson Well-Known Member

    Should be alright, even if you have to go thicker hair so it doesn't look like it is sunken to her head.
     
  7. propologist

    propologist Well-Known Member

    You can always add a piece of sheet foam to fill in the back of the head. Once you cast the foam head.
     
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  8. propologist

    propologist Well-Known Member

    And the sculpt looks nice as well.
     


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