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The Batman by Spanglerart The Batman by Spanglerart
Batman.
Original sculpt, 50/50 mix of super sculpey and grey firm sculpey.
This is a painted resin casting.
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Meadowknight Featured By Owner Jul 13, 2011
Very cool! I started using the same mix of clay too...lol. They need to just sell it that way XD.
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OmurOzgur Featured By Owner Jun 10, 2011
amazing .... !!
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vladimir-vasilev Featured By Owner May 16, 2011
perfect !
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rvbhal Featured By Owner Jan 2, 2011  Professional Artisan Crafter
Again , Great job !!!!!!!!!!!!!
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StudioJsculpts Featured By Owner Dec 28, 2010  Professional Traditional Artist
Sweet!!
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ShePaintsWithBlood Featured By Owner Dec 28, 2010   Traditional Artist
Oh my gosh this is amazing. I really must show this to my friend, he will adore it. I love the level of detail. His muscles look amazing, I just love the chest area. The serious face is perfect too. I love the little broken segment he is standing on too. The painting job is also pretty incredible and everything looks so real although I wish maybe the gold parts on his belt had some more shading (maybe it just did not show in the photo though) to match the realism of the rest.

I actually just bought some extra firm Sculpey earlier and I wondered about mixing it with regular. Did you literally blend the two compounds together or did you just add chunks of the gray in places and chunks of the normal super Sculpey?:blackrose:
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Spanglerart Featured By Owner Dec 28, 2010  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
They were thoroughly mixed. Have to use a pasta machine to do it. The firm is way to hard to mix it by hand.
Glad you like him.
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ShePaintsWithBlood Featured By Owner Dec 28, 2010   Traditional Artist
Thank you so much! I actually mixed mine by hand tonight and it was definitely a touch process...I could hear all my tendons screaming out. A pasta machine may be better for my future, larger pieces.:blackrose:
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Oberon666 Featured By Owner Dec 27, 2010
excellent work! love that combination of sculpeys myself.
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GoliattComixxx Featured By Owner Dec 27, 2010
Fantastic!!!
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