Leecifer's Resin cast Mo' & Painting

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  1. Leecifer

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    So I finally got around to sculpting my Mo'.

    Leecifer Resin cast Mo & Painting

    Titles - "Malpas Moe" (resin figure) , "Returning Home" (painting)
    Size - 4" x 6" (resin figure) , 9" x 24" (painting)

    FYI Malpas is a fallen angel who can appear as a crow.

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    The Mo' looks great. Very clean sculpt, the translation to 3-D is so perfect. I'd be interested in seeing the sculpt with no paint to see the shapes of the sculpt a bit better
     
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    Awesome stuff Lee.
    This set is hilarious!
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    Wow! Great job Lee!

    I love how the two display together 8)

    Kinda sorta reminds me of the Easter Island heads.
     
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    Awww... I want to give it a hug!
     
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    Thanks for the support folks!!!

    Yes I do need to post up some unpainted pics and will do some more soon! I actually pressed slate into this to get a rocky finish, but my crappy sculpting technique looks very rocky anyway. I was really pleased w/ it.

    REdYOdA - Yes they are modeled after Moai (Easter Island Heads)!
     
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    Nice work - nice to see some 3D work of your own.
     
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    Good Stuff. So was it worth all those hours spent in the garage
     
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    First - Zaaier, Thank you!

    Well it's not as easy as I recall. I think temperature is a huge factor (at least in regards to the cold ass garage).
    I now have much more respect for the folks that have been bustin' this stuff out for awhile and doing it well.
    There's a learning curve that I'm going to have to over-come to do the more eye-catching coloration's, but I'm bound to want to paint at least some portion of the fig.

    I'm not really answering your Q am I?
    HELL YES! Worth every frozen fingered moment!
     
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    As always, Lee put's out MO' Goodness :)
     
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    Hahaha.
     
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    awesome stuff lee, amazing painting skills
     
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    i was going to say he looks like a Moai! as always, love your paint application.
     
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    Thanks OO!

    Thanks Cliff! Hopefully at some point I'll get to paint a "Victim" those things are bad-ass!
     
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    +1 for a figure print set that would be one rad collaboration.
     
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    right on Lee...!!! congrats on the cool resin...!!!
     
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    I love a good collab!

    Thanks folks!
     
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    Leecifer--I agree with much of what has already been said--great translation to 3D resin!
     
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    monstrehero loves a good collaboration as well!
     
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    I just noticed that the resin lacks a mouth & the ear detail the paintings have... Is that intentional or did you just get too obsessed with the buttcrack (which makes me chuckle every time)? :)
     
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    Cool Cliff!!! We'll have to make that work.

    Bunnyboy - I'd like the resin pieces to have less detail so I can paint what I want in terms of expressions (diff mouths, teeth, etc). I wanted him to look a bit lost/sad so I didn't give him a mouth and then liked the simplicity so I nixed the ear detail as well.

    But you got me on the buttcrack. I was so proud of myself that I put up a sticky note in my work area that says 'More Buttcrack".
     
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    Yeah, I meant paint-wise. I didn't notice until looking at the piece today for the third or fourth time and I agree it works well, I was just wondering because I know myself that sometimes you get so focused on a certain aspect that you simply forget about others...

    And I think you deserve to be proud of that buttcrack! :D
     

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