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Infected Mushroom

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An ode to the psychedelic mushrooms. I think it looks like John Goodman!
Used Super Sculpey for the first time and tried to experiment a bit with the textures. The clay is perfect for me since I like to go into extreme detail with my sculptures and now don't have to worry about it drying (used self-drying clay until now). I hope you guys like it and let me know what you think!

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How did i missed this!? it looks great man, i can't believe that is clay, the textures makes it looks like perfect wood, is just great.

HongKongBong responds:

Thanks Doomroar!
That's exactly what I was going for!

Love the details on the face!

Only thing that bothered me a bit was the cap, I feel like a rougher texture might have worked better and covered up the fingerprints.

HongKongBong responds:

Thanks for the review!
I tried making the cap as smooth as possible and didn't even notice my own fingerprints on there until I baked it. This clay is way too sensitive lol.

Kinda does look like him, during his roseane years.

You ever try working with fimo?

It's pricey but you can do crazy detailed stuff with it.

HongKongBong responds:

I've never used Fimo before no. Might be a good choice since Sculpey is pretty hard to find here in the Netherlands. Thanks for following me!

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Jul 20, 2014
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