I’m going to teach you how to make this, which is a slightly altered version of a panel from my most recent graphic:
So I started making these graphics a while ago, and although a few people have asked me how I make them, I’ve only ever given really simple instructions so this is going to be a more detailed walk-through on how I make these graphics. Basically, I’m obsessed with them, I’ve made several variations (x, x, x, x) so there isn’t just one way or a correct way to make them.
If you are a sculptor or crafter wanting to make your own molds and casts on a small scale, this class is just what you’ve been looking for. This course contains over 3 hours of video content, created with the artist in mind. 19 total videos highlight sculpture-specific techniques throughout the entire mold making and casting process.
Learn with Easy-to-Follow Instructions
In Molding and Casting for Sculptors, I demonstrate how to make several different types of molds over the course of three different projects. We will discuss the materials needed for molding and casting, how to cut and sculptures, mold box building techniques, cutting open silicone molds, creating two part molds, the benefits of pressure casting, cast clean up, and more. At the end of the class, you will have the knowledge to start building your own molds and making your own casts.
No Previous Experience Needed
Requirements : Students will need to purchase materials in order to complete this class. Materials list with recommended brands and buying locations will be provided.
Previous molding and casting experience is not necessary. Beginner and experienced mold makers alike will learn plenty of new concepts, tips, and techniques in this class.
Cost and Details
Course is $75USD and includes lifetime access to video content as well as message boards. Class is in English language only and recommended buying locations for materials are all US based.
I also have a special combo pack where you get BOTH of my online classes an intro price of $90USD.
So after doing my thing with the overwatch characters I took it to myself to figure out the most important building blocks on a character’s body type!
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1-) Cut about 50, 3.5 yards pieces of yarn.
2-) Tie a knot in the middle. It’s going to be the centerpiece of the hanger.
3-) Divide your yarn into four equal sections.
4-) Then divide each part into two sections and twist it together. You can also separate your sections to three and braid the pieces together.
5-) Hang your piece somewhere high. Tie a knot around 4 inches below the top.
6-) As a last step tie a knot at the bottom. Slip on your wooden plate.
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my internet is too slow to watch any streams, but your art looks so amazing-- how do you usually color stuff in? it's not really solid but it doesn't seem so transparent, like a "marker" brush setting? mind revealing your secrets?
AWE. ANON. YOU ARE INSTANT PRECIOUS TO ME. I’m sorry ya can’t make it to any streams! I’ll be more than ecstatic to share this with ya!!
SO, FIRSTLY, I USE DRAWPILE TO DUMP MY BRAIN EXCREMENT IN.
Nextly, I have my pen settings changed to 100% firm instead of normal.
(This is noted bc you’ll see that my brush settings are at a maximum size, but the preview window shows the marking super soft and teensie. •That’s so I can have a maximum range of size to paint with so I don’t gotta pause to readjust the brush’s size if I want to block in bigger areas while coloring. I can color from 1 px to 128px without adjusting the size manually this way.)
Additionally, deep blue is my favorite black.
I never line or color with straight black! This is just a personal preference!
Lastly, I use my watercolor brush with all them delicious settings directly on the white background layer.
And I switch between the deep blue and white for shading and highlights! Don’t forget to set your lineart layer to multiply if you’re gonna start coloring dark enough!
someone asked for a little tutorial on how i draw blood, so i hope this helps!! tbh when i’m drawing blood it ends up just being a lot of trial and error, so i suggest also looking at plenty of reference. always keep in mind the overall shape and trajectory of the surfaces the blood rests on because that will affect the shape of the blood and whether it pools, drips, or follows contours.