IF YOU WANT TO SUGGEST A PIECE OF REFERENCE ART FOR ME TO SCULPT...PLEASE DO IT!
Going to commit to doing a bust a day for a month, then I'll see if I want to keep going or do something else. Because I do way more work with deadlines.
3/3/12 - 4/2/12
I'll either make a new bust or work on one that I made that I want to keep making better. It might be based on tightly or loosely on reference or just out of my imagination.
IF YOU WANT TO SUGGEST A PIECE OF REFERENCE ART FOR ME TO SCULPT...DO IT!
I'm going to try to have as much variety as possible.
If you want to critique me that would be greatly appreciated. I may return and make my own or suggested fixes or may just move on to the next ones. I realize these may have many things that could be fixed given more time, but I'm glad to hear what could be fixed anyway.
Here's the sketch I made yesterday.
Reference: Sean Young, Blade Runner (1982)
Thoughts: Female heads are bloody hard compared to male heads. Trim Dynamic was really useful in polishing the face and getting nice shadow planes, hPolish not so much. That neck silhouette needs to come up under the jaw. Definitely a huge step forward from my last female head (matthewgriebner.blogspot.com). Didn't spend much time on the hair yet, it could use some work.
Also here are some past heads I've made.
And the reference for today is...
Wilme Pelin - 7th Saga