Posts Tagged ‘greenstuff’

Hi there,

As many people knows from my facebook page, I’ve finished the Oni bust I was making and made some copies.

An Oni is a Japanese demon, they are part of Japanese mithology, you can check their wikipedia page to learn more about them. I always wanted to make Japanese related fantasy and this is the first figure I do on that topic.

I spent a long time with this one. I started in 2013, looking for some inspiration and making some drawings. I made a base structure in Magic Sculpt because I wanted a solid base to work on and I started adding FIMO on it. I made the first shape of the body and I started the face. The face went wrong and had to make it again, but I waited many time for that, maybe a year, because I was blocked.

When I finished the face, I felt like full of energy again and went on with the rest of the parts. I baked the figure and added the clothes, I’m not used to sculpt clothes and it was very hard for me but I think I did a good job. Baked it again and added the hair, which was really challenging for me, I wanted a solid base to work on but I needed some time to add all the details so I made a base structure in magic sculpt and added FIMO on it (it was a great idea, it worked perfectly).

I had to add greenstuff in some places to finish the detailing and some Tamiya Putty to fill some gaps.

Here you have some pics of one resin copy assembled without cleaning the gaps with putty [click the images to enlarge]:

This is the original sculpt, you can see it’s like 45mm tall to the top of the head:


This is an unassembled copy:

Unassembled resin copy

I hope you like this one, it have been a very interesting miniature for me. I really enjoyed with this one.

Best regards!

PD: If you want a copy of this, please, contact me or click the Add to Cart button below.


Hi! A couple of weeks ago I was in Wargames Bilbao (a miniature shop from my city) giving some classes about sculpting. The main idea for the classes was to make the people get interested in the miniature sculpting and conversion. Give an intro to the different putties and tools and make them start to work a little bit, with my help of course. First, we sculpted our initials to start to get used to the greenstuff: Then we sculpted a head and an arm. With the head we worked on the 360ΒΊ view of the miniature and with the arm we worked on the uses of armature wire.

product placement πŸ˜›

I think my students are happy and they lost the fear to the putties. I think I’ll give more advanced classes with other materials and more oriented to the sculpting than to the conversions. Stay tuned! πŸ˜‰

Arkaitz (the guy in the right in the pic below) made this article about the classes (it’s in Spanish) you can check it to see his opinion!

Leire, me and Arkaitz. (the students and me πŸ™‚ )

I had a very good time! Thank you!

Dwarf 28mm scale

Posted: 12 July 2013 in Finished works, For sale
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This is my last finished work, a llittle dwarf. It’s 22mm tall.
It’s done with greenstuff and magic sculpt (the axe).


Dwarfall vert

I made some metal casts of this little mate, you can order here: