Discussion in 'Custom Toys and Fan Art' started by Dean, Apr 5, 2007.
8 more Oekaked beastie pix:
Done for now, I think.
I got to dig up my old oekaki drawings...
Pretty sweet dude!
I used to draw a comic strip called 'Bad Teeth' in a music magazine over here in Brisbane. I haven't drawn these guys in maybe 5 years but a little project came up recently so I revisited them. Getting back into this style was a struggle at first but I came around after a few days.
I found a Sharpie Magnum and I can never pass up this sweet chisely chunkiness, so I took 5 minutes and slapped a Woo onto some newsprint.
Collab with my friend Maia Lorian
This guy is great! Nice work
So that Woo drawing I did was only the beginning apparently. I wanted to try my hand at bringing his hairy majesty to life in finger-puppet size polymer clay.
Ha these are great!
Woo is tight man! Great work on that, all the textures look very well thought out and properly executed. Hands are hard to sculpt (and draw) for most folks but these are perfect. Bang out a Namegon!
@abelincolnjr @kichigai Thank you guys! I had been playing around with that Aztec Jaguar Warrior sculpt so much on my computer I wanted to take a step back and jump back into playing with actual clay for a change. I underestimated how challenging sculpting hair could really be!
Quick tip on sculpting hair, use a good old fashion comb! Works quick but you still have lots of control and can apply your style any way you do. You did a fine job as is tho!
@MisterYuck Andy, those Woos are killer!!! A man after my own heart (no, really, give it back you big meanie!)
Absolutely love that sharpie drawing, and you've rendered him so well in clay too. He looks just like an up-sized keshi version of the hairy fella. Keep these coming - and hit us all up when you offer a 'production' run.
Hear hear! I want me a mini woo in resin or something
@ultrakaiju @abelincolnjr if all goes according to plan, I hope to include mini-Woo in the shipment to Japan alongside the Lewis Chessmen pieces that I commissioned from a friend in Mexico and the Jaguar Warrior sculpt. Fingers crossed. I'm really happy you all like him so much. Makes me want to try my hand at more minis!
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