Cool sculpt Pteropus, that would be a awesome print.
Keep up the good work
eduardoflores:Cheers man kindest words I ever heard
rjsmal:Funny you should say that man I'm currently making the final renders of the piece in a sort of retro style think old really colourful leaflets the kind you get in mexico city. They will be on sale soon via redbubble as giclee print.
I am going to post the finals very soon thanks for the feedback it highlighted the priority for me and now I have managed to make better decisions on stuff which wasn't as important as I first thought. So I have decided to strip it right back down to basics for this model and have a simple but strong render set-up which I will share with you shortly.
Hi just finished the final clay renditions for those interested I a limited print run will be available over at red bubble in Jan, they will basically be like these clay renders but with the cross and accessories added will also be signed and mounted I will post more info and links on this thread when they are available. Thanks for the support.
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This should be in TOP ROW! love everything!, the sculpt of his face and expression are great! 5 stars!
great work overall, however the hair, crown of thorns and beard detail blow me away
Amazing work...just one question. Wasn't he nailed through the wrists as well? I have heard that it was the common practice of the Romans to nail through the palm and then to ensure that the victim was secured to the cross (i.e. in order that the crucified could hang their body weight on the nail) they also drove a nail into the space between the radius and ulna in the wrist. Not sure if you are going for historical accuracy or stylistic interpretation. Just thought I would throw that in for thought.