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Haywire Bane statue


For Ryan's Bane display
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might try experimenting with flattening the skin a tad to get this:
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Terrific, of course, Bob!

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killer as always bob!!! your work i9s second to none!! :applaude :applaude

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great job as always bob

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PLEASE feel free to critique. I do not want to be pretentious about this stuff. Or seem to put on ayre's... I'm not so concerned about exactness to the movie mask per se', as I am about life-like quality. This is only my 3rd attempt at bust painting, so I am a newbie(Jordan, Joker, and this)..
   Painted with hobbylobby water colors(eyes included). all resin. I do not want to get into silicone, as I believe that with practice, you can achieve exactly the same results, but honesty to ones self is critical. Also I feel that how it plays on a photo is the game here. i.e. skip the turn off the lights and turn the on flash on the camera nonsense. The art form is to be judged on nice clean pictures like the top one. have at it.
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I have no experience with this type of thing but to me it looks very life like.

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Bob, it looks like a real person is scowling at me...awesome!

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Looks pretty life like to me Bob. I remember when you first started showing your Christopher Reev and thinking that's a good likeness but it didn't achieve the lifelike look of this. As all know I'm not a fan of this bat franchise but I am a fan of your work and this is definitely up there. (IMO for what it's worth).

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much thanks Ed. I'm thinking that 50% of lifelike is in the sculpture. it could be anotomically incorrect, which is one of the biggest headaches in making lifelike. You could get the likeness down, but have some things that are anotomically incorrect, and it blows the whole thing.
  then is the finish work, or painting. I've seen some sculpted hair actually look better than glued on, or punched hair.
  I actually thought the best reeve I did was within about 2 weeks of starting it. Then I agonized over it, and ended up with something not nearly as good. It got TOO important.
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I love this! I'm a big fan of your work from the UK.
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