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Fire Fox Sculpt I by Phoenix-Cry Fire Fox Sculpt I by Phoenix-Cry
I wish I could get a better picture of this, but my photo skillz lack something today.

Anyway, here he is! The Fire Fox! :giggle: And insane amount of work went into this. He is made of Sculpty and then painted in acrylic. Memo to me: even with primer Sculpty does not like to be painted! The pain was soooo difficult.

There are more views from other angles in my gallery.
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Janix-moon Featured By Owner Jan 6, 2011
this is stunning and you should be very proud! you put a lot in... you get a lot out! this is proof of that!
your work reminds me of AlectorFencer... I hope I spelled his name right~ or her... look them up on DA and you will see what I mean!
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Phoenix-Cry Featured By Owner Jan 6, 2011
Thank you! I feel that it looked better before I painted it. The paint did not like to stick to the sculpty even though I used a primer. I looked up AF, their work is awesome. Thanks!
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Luthlaya Featured By Owner Dec 27, 2010  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
This looks so amazing!!!! You're really really good at this. I love it, and the fire looks so real!
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Phoenix-Cry Featured By Owner Dec 27, 2010
Awe! thank you! :hug:
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Luthlaya Featured By Owner Dec 27, 2010  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
:glomp: you're welcome!
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deathweaselx86 Featured By Owner Dec 26, 2010  Hobbyist General Artist
This totally turned out well.
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Phoenix-Cry Featured By Owner Dec 26, 2010
Thanks!
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gryphonsshadow Featured By Owner Dec 24, 2010  Student Traditional Artist
great work, fire is a pain to sculpt. what brand of paint did you use?
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Phoenix-Cry Featured By Owner Dec 24, 2010
Thanks! The fire wasn't so bad, I kinda like doing it cause it's random. I used Castle paint, used mostly for D&D models. I learned online that sculpty doesn't like paint after it is baked and needs a serious primer coat.
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The-Quoi Featured By Owner Dec 24, 2010  Hobbyist General Artist
This is beautiful! The end result is just stunning. <3
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