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anyone have a tutorial of St NIK?

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anyone have a tutorial of St NIK?

Post  mandi on 19/8/2009, 16:41

Im looking for a Tutorial of the good old st. nik anyone know of one? mandi Very Happy

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Re: anyone have a tutorial of St NIK?

Post  LMPartdolls on 19/8/2009, 19:03

I will have to do some searching around to see if I can find something for ya. Only thing I have ever seen are all the dvd's for sale by different artist. Shrug

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Post  psclaus on 19/8/2009, 20:21

Mandi do you know how to sculpt a head? If you do I can help you with the rest. Paula
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Armature 1 and 2

Post  psclaus on 19/8/2009, 20:43

This is a live video of how to cover an armature. Its one similar to what I use. The body is also free standing.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sNS_ayZYesI

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JjIqawBaBV0&feature=related

This is basically what your armature should look like before covering. If you look closely at the pic you will see wooden skewers where the body (bones) would be. Make sure you leave all the joints open so you can pose your figure.



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