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2D to Whoo-D! by JRfuentez 2D to Whoo-D! by JRfuentez
I've had the armature for this head done for a year, but since I've been busy with school, I never got around to sculpting it. Now that I'm in the middle of Wintersession and about half a month left till school begins again, I thought I would just churn this puppy out real quick.

Sketch had been done about a year and a half ago, along with many others that were on the same page. Might sculpt them out too...maaaaybe.

side note* I like drawing horns.

Total of 4 hours sculpting

From base to top of horn - 3 in.
Front to back - 3 1/2 in.

Roma Plastina[Polymer Clay]
No. 2 Medium Grey-Green
Sketch and maquette by me.
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Archenslav8 Featured By Owner Jan 18, 2012  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
The sketch is freakin' awesome... same with the sculpt, but I like the eyes behind the horns better than under them. Personal opinion though. :headbang: :happybounce: :hooray: :squee:
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JRfuentez Featured By Owner Jan 18, 2012  Professional Filmographer
Thanks! I was thinking there was too much area behind the eyes and pushing them back. Would you think raising and pressing them a smidgen backwards would do the trick? :eager:
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Archenslav8 Featured By Owner Jan 19, 2012  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
I say give it a try. I still like the piece... Just think the sketch is more... epic? Though, with the eyes behind the horns one would have to imagine that its other senses would make up for the blind spot directly infront. But that is just pontificating. Try your idea... send me an update! :)
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