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Sculpting Tutorial by SgtMilenko Sculpting Tutorial by SgtMilenko
In this tutorial Ill be going over some basics of sculpting.
Its huge, so its best if you download it.
Comments appreciated, painting tutorial on its way.
Pour vouz who asked for the head tutorial, please go here:
Click here [link] for the finished product!

Id LOVE to see what you created using this tutorial, so if youd like please take the time to post your creation in the comments below.

EDIT: I woke up this morning and noticed I had 300 new messages since 8 hours ago ("wtf did I not take my pills last night...?"), and first thing I see on my reply sack is "Congratz on the DD..."
I swear guys, Christmas isnt for another 4 months!
Im not quite sure how to begin to thank you all...

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Sculpting Tutorial [see also Head Sculpting Tutorial] by ~Kurokono -- Suggester's words: Both tutorials are easy to read, filled with practical tips, and have plenty of great photos/imagery. The artist put a lot of thought into their tutorials and it really shows. ( Suggested by Cecify and Featured by FantasyStock )
MyVisionArt Featured By Owner Oct 19, 2014  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
Nice, great left 4 dead figure.
Spasticpug Featured By Owner Jun 21, 2014  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
the words are fuzzy what type of clay did you use
Gosseta Featured By Owner Mar 15, 2014  Student Writer
as I do for super sculpey not to be so hard and with this color?
LittleCrimsonR Featured By Owner Dec 18, 2013  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Is the temp in Celsius or Fahrenheit? Because I can't get my oven to go that low and my little guy is ready to bake.
SgtMilenko Featured By Owner Jan 13, 2014  Student General Artist
The temperatures shown here are all Celsius. You really don't need a lot of heat to bake super sculpey.
Lin-Uzumaki Featured By Owner Dec 14, 2013
how do you color your sculpt?
SgtMilenko Featured By Owner Jan 13, 2014  Student General Artist
I have not yet made a coloring tutorial since the method I use is not available for all fellow artists.
I do my paint work with a Badger Patriot airbrush, it is by far the best way to do your coloring.
RetardedDogProductns Featured By Owner Oct 5, 2013  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
I got an important question, i just got over my sculpture with turpentine (the clay is still soft) and i left it on air for about 1 day. Now i question is, if the sculpture still smells like turpentine is it dangerous to put in in the oven? If not, once i bake the sculpture will it still smell like turpentine? And is there a chance that  once  the sculpture is baked, will the oven smell like turpentine?
SgtMilenko Featured By Owner Oct 12, 2013  Student General Artist
It's common for the sculpture to smell of turpentine even days after you've processed it. This might not be too appealing, but it is completely normal.
If the turpentine is non-flammable, you can bake the sculpture normally. Since this is your first time using turpentine, I would strongly recommend you keep a close eye on the sculpture while it's in the oven.
I have never had turpentine go wrong for me, but I would watch out for any signs of burning, bubbling or cracking.

The sculpture should not smell of turpentine once it comes out of the oven. It will however, have a distinctive smell to it once it's completely baked (not due to the turpentine, but the clay itself), but this will dissipate quite quickly.
No harm will come to the oven, nor will it smell like turpentine after you are done baking.

Sorry for the late reply.
RetardedDogProductns Featured By Owner Oct 12, 2013  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
Thanks! Actually i have flammable one and i've put it in the oven and nothing happened :D
Once again, thanks for the answer :D.
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