Bobblehead Ghoul

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Bobblehead Ghoul

Author Comments

Hey Newgrounds!
Here's my Vault Boy Bobblehead sculpture I've been working on! Used Sculpey clay, acrylics, some paper for the VAULT-TEC logo and a peanut butter lid. He's holding a severed mole rat head which he's eating.
He comes from Vault 12, the vault that didn't close properly on purpose, lying underneath Necropolis.
I hope you like it and let me know what you think in the comments below!


Nice work

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My goodness! It's fantastic! Really well made! The posture is great, and it's all very detailed (love the mole rat head!). One thing, though: Ghouls lose their ears, and most of their hair (a few are lucky and keep some hair, even facial hair (Desmond Lockheart, Raul the Ghoul)). So maybe you could shed a little bit of his scalp? The spotlessness of the hair as if he just came from the salon contrasts the ruggedness of his clothes and skin. Well, it's up to you. Just an inquiry: does he have some form of inner "skeleton" to keep him from collapsing? I'm asking out of curiosity, as the only "statue"-sculpting I've done have been made out of plasticine. Anyway, job well done! Kudos!

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b0em responds:

Thank you for that amazing review! I actually started out with an earless bobblehead but didn't think about ghouls losing their ears so I added them. The hair I actually did think about and I felt it would take away too much of the vault boy feel, since all bobbleheads have perfect hair.
Also yes, it does have a skeleton going right through the platform he's standing on for strentgh!

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Credits & Info

4.38 / 5.00

Nov 9, 2015 | 5:19 PM EST
3D Art
File Info
1080 x 1440 px
1.1 mb

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