@masseffect Nyreen test cast. The jaw still needs to be freed but yay! The thickness of the latex over the nose and brow ridge mean she holds hape even over my pointy nose! You can see how far her lower face sticks out though.

I’ll be resculpting the mandibles as they are a tad too wide (by barely 3mm) on the under side and the pointy ends are about 5mm too long. Looks fine with a cut edge but it looks better with a molded edge.

So, very hapy with how she is going:)

Sorry the mirror has paint on it and my workroom is cluttered. Play spot the past project in the background though 😉 Asari head butts lined up….

 

Nyreen in pieces. Click the tag and you’ll see how she started as one piece and is now multiple. Ultracal should arrive tomorrow or the day after so we be molding! Tidying and making retaining walls as well 🙂

Oh yes, spoke to Garrus, kept clicking to hear “calibrations” and giggling inanely. So there are a few cuts to be made to the jaw area as well.


fuckyeahbioware:

First look at female turian in ME3 Omega DLC: A couple of screenshots have popped up online today for the multiplatform title, “Mass Effect 3.” The latest images provide a first look at a Female Turian that appears in the upcoming Omega DLC for the role-playing…

Ehem. It should come as no surprise that I now have a new project. This shall be a challenge as I still do not have a head cast and I am extremely claustrophobic. Which makes getting a head cast and wearing full facial prosthetics a challenge.

While fighting severe fatigue and a fair bit of burn out, I am about to go elt some clay to start the base texture. This is going to work best as multiple pieces, again.

IMG_4538 by bazooked1 on Flickr.

This costume was in storage a year after it was made. Yay fire and dry cleaners who threw the corset in a big hot water machine….. Very lucky I got to clean the tails myself…

New hat and gloves and those shoes are by Kumfs (now Zierra) because I knew my feet would be dead. And I was right. I lost a toenail and had about a dozen blisters.

Today I get to glue and hammer snaps into my armour and strapping. Kind of terrified. I may also get sanding and painting the very last of my props.

Above is my costume laid out, minus pressure hose, bodysuit, boots, gloves, balaclava. The light up parts are actually reflective tape as I am unwilling to travel with eletronics other than obviously camera.phone/computer related.

There may be a photo or two to update between now and flying out but probably not.