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McCoy Sculpt - painted sample! by DarrenCarnall McCoy Sculpt - painted sample! by DarrenCarnall
This is the McCoy sculpt I finished a short while ago... well I finally got around to painting it (but not before I'd resculpted it AGAIN to improve a few things)

Anyway... what do you think? I'm looking forward to doing more now :)
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:iconshad85:
Thats incredible work,do you do commissions?
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:icondarrencarnall:
DarrenCarnall Jan 15, 2014  Professional General Artist
I do usually, but my diary for 2014 is pretty full with sculpting already.. I'll be taking on painting commissions when I can, but I can't really do any new sculpting ones at the moment no. Sorry! :(
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:icontheantiambiant:
The likeness is dead on, it don't get any better than that, outstanding work
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:iconshikyo-koinu:
Shikyo-Koinu Oct 18, 2013  Student General Artist
Absolutely amazing! <3
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:iconguyverresin:
hello friend, you ar very professionist for sculpt head,
wow you are very great,
also commissioned to sculpt job?
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:icondarrencarnall:
DarrenCarnall Sep 10, 2013  Professional General Artist
Thanks! I'm afraid I'm too busy to do any sculpt commissions at the moment. All my work right now is painting. Sorry!
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:iconthormanoftunder:
Splendid work!
I almost can hear him saying:

"I'm a doctor, not a dummy!"
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:icondarrencarnall:
DarrenCarnall Jul 8, 2013  Professional General Artist
Thankssssss =D
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:iconthormanoftunder:
By the way, what is the material you use to sculpt?
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:icondarrencarnall:
DarrenCarnall Jul 9, 2013  Professional General Artist
I did these in sculpting wax. It's very slow for me though building it up drip by drip and sculpting it as I go. I'm going to be doing Kirk in about a month and I might try to do it in clay first to get the main shape and proportion then cast it into wax to do the details. I'll see what I can do.. I need to get faster! lol
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