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Wednesday, April 30, 2014

My first animal project

I had a commission about a french bulldog figurine. I was a bit afraid of this project, because it's soooo different of the things that I usually do. As usual, I postponed this project as much as I could, but there was the time, I couldn't pass it anymore.

It took about a day, to finish. I had really no idea, how to start, what to do, any because I feel sooo like a stranger in anatomy areas, it's really not perfect.

Saturday, April 26, 2014

Model car accessories

I've planned to write about these clay-bags for a while now, but I had to collect the photos of them- I always forget to make some before sending off, too bad! Fortunately, I got some VERY GOOD photos, so showtime!
They're all 1/18, and there are a few types... All of them are different a bit of course, just because I'm not a factory with molds around (should I make some molds? Would make my life easier :P ). Some more are in progress, and since it's a good point to test out my Revell paints, I WILL make more types also. Found a few inspiration pictures lately, ready to use them.

Want some of them? Contact: dskft (at) upcmail (dot) hu :)

Tuesday, April 1, 2014

Welcome to Barrockstadt!

I'm sitting among piles of work to do, but still couldn't resist to create something for myself. This "thing" (since I haven't decided what to use it for, maybe I'll stitch it on a bag) is inspired by the Syberia games, which is one of my favorites, and the best of bests among point and click adventures. To those who have never played the game:

The story takes place in a kind of mechanized world, and starts in the French alps, in Valedilene. It has a unique style, with an awesome artwork and storyline. It's marked by the name of Benoit Sokal, and must say, he became one of my favorite game artists ever.

I tried to catch the feeling what the game gave me. I might be wrong, but it fits the "clockpunk" style, with all those mechanic miracles that's seen in the artwork, making you believe it's all possible.

The logo I painted is the original logo of the first Syberia game, a silhouette of an automaton. I had a chance to try my new Revell paints, which I got for some different projects. I don't know much about them yet, but surely like it! It covers the surface quite smoothly, easy applying even with the thinnest brushes. I used Pentart pains earlier, because of it's good price, and for I never needed more precise paintings on my projects. Time for a change!