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Clay Tarboy


Newgrounds movie of the year for 2009, TARBOY!!! In a whole new dimension!

Yes, we all know the movie kiscks ass, but here is why I made it: A month ago I wanted a 'series 2' to be some of the nominees for the Newgrounds movie/game of the year. But unfortunately, I was too late since the awards already happed, I could still do them if I wanted to but it won't be the same... So now I am just doing the winners. I'm a bit late to celebrate, but they took a while.

Anyway here it is, the figure stands at around 4 inches tall and is made up of only one color, but that doesn't mean I didn't try putting in as much detail as I possibly could, such as giving him claws (which you can't really see), spikes, and getting his anatomy to match as he looked in the Flash. One thing I thought would be clever was if I used a glaze to make him look more like actual tar, but I didn't. I wish I could show a video, still images are not the same. Anyway I hope you like it! As always, the are more variety of images in my Clay P-Bot thread in the Art forum.

Tarboy is owned by James Lee.

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Clay Art

This was some nice clay art and you really showcase it well with some nice visuals of detail, but regardless this was actually a good and creative design nice mold you have made for us all to enjoy and you really bring out the creative side of this style.

I think its fine as is


oh yeah!!!!!

it is really awesome!!!!!! but i have a question ummm is it me or the left leg is more smaller than the other one?
and one more thing i can see the claws and they are really awesome!!!!!!
i enjoy watching your clay art they are all AWESOME !!!!!!!
they make me want to make more clay things ........... keep it up dude

PikaRobo responds:

No, one leg is just farther in the back.


It's so awesome!!!!I really hope I can make a clay figure without it being ruined and fall apart when I pick it up :'(

PikaRobo responds:

Don't worry, you think my models are stable? Every last one of them has at least one part that easily falls off.


I wish I could make such things with clay like that, how do you get that so soft result? When time comes to make it dry it's all crackin' and I have nothing else to do than putting it in the garbage. Tips would be gladly appreciated sir!

PikaRobo responds:

Mine occasionally get hard over time, if it ever 'breaks' I just mold over it.

Credits & Info

4.71 / 5.00

Jun 13, 2010
6:25 PM EDT
File Info
622 x 479 px
37.9 KB

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