Wednesday, March 31, 2010

Like the fat kid in the moonwalk

Trojan here is part of a property pitch for Warner Brothers known as "DERBATHON". If that word alone doesn't seize your mind with the needle-like teeth of intrigue and toss it around like the fat kid in an inflatable moonwalk, then I just don't know what else I can do for you.

Trojan is Sculpey Firm, Apoxy Sculpt, blood and tears. He's about a foot and a half tall on his base.


  1. This is amazing. That's sculpy right? How'd you make it look like plastic?

  2. Hey Mr. Jon. Thanks! It's sculpey firm, baked and sanded. Seriously, I sanded it for about 24 hours. When I say this, I mean at once. It was a rough deadline.

    I started with some 60 grit sandpaper to beat out deformities from baking, but only for big faults. I used 120 sandpaper followed by a long and loving period of time with 400 grit steel wool. It's really the wool that does it. You should wear a mask. Breathing in steel hurts.