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Posted · Bichon Frise sculpty

My friend gave me some really low quality photos to model her best friends now poorly dog so i could make her a nice little (copper ;)) statue of if. I only had a few angles and the fur was different lengths in each photo, and i had no profile shots or close ups. I just tried to make the facial features correct and the rest of it cute so the realism and scale hopefully would not be that important! Will plate him later today, gotta let the acetone cure fully first though. As he's all hair sanding was not an option as the sanding would destroy the fine hair details which some of have already been softened out from the acetone. Am curious to see how this one turns out. Im going to risk using my poor deionised plating solution again....might be a mistake. Already bought new supplies for another time.....

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Posted · Bichon Frise sculpty

Would you be willing to share your >STL file?

as a Bichon owner I keep searching for some Bichon models and your post keeps popping  up in the searches.

this is beautiful work

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Posted · Bichon Frise sculpty

Not at the moment, but I will probably start a patreon soon sharing most if not all of my sculpts, as Im getting a lot of requests. This dog and a few others keep cropping up. Stay posted. I haven't sculpted or drawn in a while and miss it tremendously! Thats my weekend sorted!

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