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    Nov 14, 2005, 6:43 PM - Zam Changelum face Updated 12/8/05 #1

    I started this sculpt quite awhile back. It was a very quick sculpt i did one evening using only the little doll mask as reference.Well long story short i got very side tracked,having a new baby, many other projects, life and moving twice.
    Anyways... i will finally get to finish my Zam sculpt and may have a few extras masks lying around It will be made of latex and have an elastic strap to secure it to the wearers face.I want it to look great but be an easy on and off deal for the wearer.
    What i need from all of you Zammers out there is a critique, don't worry i will not get offended. As you, I too want it to look right. So if you have any suggestions and pics you'd like to throw my way so i can get this baby done it will be greatly appreciated
    Last edited by goldenrod; Dec 9, 2005 at 5:28 AM. Reason: pic
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    Nov 16, 2005, 5:27 PM - Re: Zam's true face sculpt #2

    no opinions at all?? Is it not appealing anyone?
    -Goldenrod
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    Nov 16, 2005, 11:33 PM - Re: Zam's true face sculpt #3

    I think it looks like an awesome start. I am sure there is interest. I know my wife wants a changeling mask. If I can find some time to critique it I will.
    Keep us posted on the progress no matter how subtle
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    Nov 17, 2005, 1:33 AM - Re: Zam's true face sculpt #4

    The mask would look really good with plastic eyes. Something that you can see out but people can't see your eyes. Then under the brow cut very small slits so the eyes don't fog up. You could make the eyes out of some sort of colored acrylic and vacuum form them.
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    Nov 17, 2005, 1:42 PM - Re: Zam's true face sculpt #5

    Very cool!
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    Nov 17, 2005, 8:38 PM - Re: Zam's true face sculpt #6

    Yes...maybe somewhere down the road for my girl...I am only just starting out on my first esb bucket!
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    Nov 18, 2005, 7:53 AM - Re: Zam's true face sculpt #7

    thanks guys,i'm still listening
    Is there anything that immediately jumps out as wrong?
    -Goldenrod
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    Nov 20, 2005, 3:34 PM - Re: Zam's true face sculpt #8

    GoldenRod!....That is way too cool. You must have put your DVD player in stop motion to get the perfect mold or something.

    However you got your reference, you did an outstanding job!
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    Nov 21, 2005, 3:48 PM - Re: Zam's true face sculpt #9

    That's looking very good. The only thing I can really see here is that there is no "pout". It should dip in slightly from under the bottom lip and pop back out again at the chin if that makes any sense. Brilliant job though.
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    Nov 24, 2005, 8:34 PM - Re: Zam's true face sculpt #10

    lilburndiablo said:
    GoldenRod!....That is way too cool. You must have put your DVD player in stop motion to get the perfect mold or something.

    However you got your reference, you did an outstanding job!
    thanx for the kudos!
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    Nov 24, 2005, 8:35 PM - Re: Zam's true face sculpt #11

    invetro said:
    That's looking very good. The only thing I can really see here is that there is no "pout". It should dip in slightly from under the bottom lip and pop back out again at the chin if that makes any sense. Brilliant job though.
    I do see what you mean and i will address it,thanx!
    New improved pics to come!
    -goldenrod
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    Nov 25, 2005, 7:18 PM - Re: Zam's true face sculpt #12




    Nose, flatter, forward facing, holes not so big, Lip, not so many wrinkles, Eyes not so big, slimmer lined horizontally, Dunno, you take another looksee, this is what I posted last time.

    Was your previous screen name yautja?
    Last edited by Zam I Am; Nov 25, 2005 at 7:53 PM.
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    Nov 26, 2005, 6:35 PM - Zam Changelum update 12/8/05! #13

    Yelp i see everything your pointin out:-) How bout the color??is she somewhat the color of the clay i'm using (greengray) but with some highlights and shadows too of course:-)
    I'm working on it right now and should have much accurate looking Zam in next day or 2 ! I really like the way its coming along now with the critiques.
    And yes,i did go by yautja (predator) but I'm more of a SW fan and 3po is my favorite so i thought goldenrod suited me


    Zam I Am said:



    Nose, flatter, forward facing, holes not so big, Lip, not so many wrinkles, Eyes not so big, slimmer lined horizontally, Dunno, you take another looksee, this is what I posted last time.

    Was your previous screen name yautja?

    Zam's true face proving to be a tricky sculpt. Are we getting closer? I'm still playing with face structure. I do it and then look at it and then think thats waaaay off. CG characters are not easy to capture.
    -Goldenrod
    Last edited by goldenrod; Dec 9, 2005 at 5:29 AM. Reason: update pic

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