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Making a Greek Helmet – Part Four

  It’s always exciting to reach the priming stage, except for one thing: it lays ALL YOUR SINS BARE. Any mistakes or areas that need reworking will show up more clearly once the surface is a uniform tone. Not to … Continue reading

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Making a Greek Helmet – Part Three

Got a chance before work this morning to sand back the putty, it actually sanded back quite well and is showing up quite smooth. I’ll leave some of the small potholes for a bit of variety to the surface. Pretty … Continue reading

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Making a Greek Helmet – Part Two

The ‘visor’ or face of the helmet was fairly simple, the trickier part would be to mould the rounded cranium from foam. I began with a template by Evil Ted Smith but left the sides off for now, wanting to … Continue reading

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Making a Greek Helmet – Part One

Way back in the god-forsaken dark ages of torment and gnashing of teeth halcyon days of the HSC (senior year of high school for those outside Aust), I tried my hand at crafting wearable Greek helmets. I remember making 4 and 1/2 versions … Continue reading

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loukash on artstation

My portfolio is now live over at Artstation where I’ll be posting more of my 2D digital paintings.

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