Brilliant, Mark! They look so lifelike! Can't wait to see how you finish these!
I love their pose it is so fluid!! She's so beautiful and I love the short hair on him! I have a lot of trouble doing short hair that looks half decent on male sculpts!
So amazing! Looks like you shrunk real people. =)
These are so beautiful.
Thank you for these beautiful images. You have to take the credit (or the blame) for me starting a realistic people sculpt...
They are beautiful Mark,julie
Wunderschön ist diese Haltung und Bewegung. Und natürlich die Ausarbeitung. Ein Meister am Werk! I love your work!
I can see how everything goes together now, thank you MarkMarisa
In a word "AMAZING" - ok make it two words - Amazingly Beautiful
I'm uncertain as to how they separate - does she sort of slide down into the circle created by his left arm?
BeautifuL work, Thank you so much for sharing the process ... don'T let the Queen MuM see them *G*~JL
Hello there, I just received you dvd series for the female. I'm watching it through before I actually try to do it. I feel that I am already at a disadvantage because unlike your book which I have also purchased, you start with a head armature, using a sculpted skull that I have no idea how to make. Any suggestions are instructions on how to get to the start point on your dvd? Thanks.Deseria
Deseria,Go to the blog archive, open the February archive, and look at "Back to Basics (skull)".You should find everything you need right there.MarkBev, They do slide into each others arms.
Perfect as always Mark! Might you dedicate, in future, some posts to the body painting process? Thank you in advance and again...Congratulations!
Your blogs are just to die for Mark and I thank you so much for all your help!