Oh my...now that is an intriguing looking creature. So cute and whimsical looking, in his own little way. (And ever so slightly unsettling, too. Best way to look, surely!) I have to say what really caught my attention here - aside from that strangely endearing face (!!) - was the gorgeous 'plumage' you've used on the body and tail. Really, I want to pet Beaky now. He looks extremely fuzzy. Hehe. In my humble opinion it's a lovely sculpture, with a real sense of character.
Sculpt asprin? well that wouldnt take long at all lol. I have a question for you though...
At what point in modeling the heads of your sculptures do you place the eyes in.... before the eyebrow rides?
I have so many different techniques for making eyes.. but it seems like there should be a better way
I put the eyes into the foil armature before there is any clay on the head, if I'm using glass eyes. When I sculpt the eyes (not very often), I use prebaked balls of clay and stick 'em in after I have a layer of clay on, the finish the eye and move on to the rest of the face. I hate to paint eyes , so I usually use glass...
ooo very interesting
I aaalways scupt the eyes because I use plasticine instead of clay. I find it difficult to work with clay because it dries out while I'm working with it
The glass eyes look great thought ^^