Pheww... The teeth part is done !
This week, i've improvised all lot and luckily, the results are satisfying.
So, i built a two parts denture made of cardboard in order to get a harder base to sculpt the teeth. I've glued the cardboard in the desired shape, helped with the threaded rods to keep everything in place while drying.
There were way too big at second thought... Then i decided to use the cardboard denture as a mold for a Super sculpey new two-parts denture.
I prefer to secure the parts i like by baking them and to glue them on other previously baked parts. I had some problems before with baking a huge whole sculpt and i became more carefull.
A batch of Super Sculpey teeth recently baked.
First row of teeth on the upper denture (there's two rows of 'em on each parts).
Here's some pictures of the finished upper denture.
Here's more with all his teeth.
I did some work on the gums but, they aren't alreay as i want them. I might exaggerate them a bit (the bottom lip too). I was thinking since the very begining that latex will be pour on the bottom jaw to have a flesh effect, but i begin to have doubts about the fact that it could be uglier with it. I need to do some tests before going any further with that idea. Anyway, i need to paint it before.
Pictures with a little lightning effect.
This weapon ordered on Ebay at a ridicule price arrived this week. Some exercices with it will be required. I can't wait to see this monster painted.
Here a picture of me working on the Corpser's dentition.