You like my stuffed unicorn and want more in your life? However, you would like smaller ones to create a real horde of them? Now you can!
Impact Miniatures now sells smaller version of the unicorn. The smaller one (dubbed the Tiny Unicorn from now on), has an height of 20mm, compared to the 32mm of its big brother. It is 3d printed on demand in a clear blue resin. The details are impressively sharp, and outside of some changes due to the scanning progress, it is pretty much spot on.
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Ever since I started sculpting, I always liked to work on cute, cartoon projects. This project doesn’t stray far, and also tag along with my recent unicorn, as it’s also a stuffed animal. I present to you the Hippo Ballerina!
She’s smaller than the unicorn, but bigger than the platypus; I think I’ve settled with her on the right size to work on future stuffies. She was also a lot faster to sculpt. I’m getting used to the polymer clay (this one being Beesputty), and I’m finishing this sculpt with only two bake.
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Since the middle of last year, I’ve been on a kick to up my sculpting game, after getting a couple sculpting and conversion commissions. In the past months, I’ve been sculpting a lot more, and trying different style, tools and materials got my hyped.
Human/humanoid anatomy not being my forte, I decided to stick with cartoon models, like when I started sculpting years ago with the titular zonion. I first did a platypus, started a koala, but my biggest recent project was a stuffed unicorn, in the spirit of my daughter birthday.
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Last year, Derek, one of my fellow local hobbyist, asked me to sculpt a snow golem for his pretty thematic Frostgrave warband. So here is a small compilation of wip pictures as I sculpted along, as well as my own painted version, as it was cast so that Derek could have multiple to share with his young ones too.
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