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Bjd Nene head progress by runya-dim Bjd Nene head progress by runya-dim
Some pics of the wip of Nene head, i have been fixing this head for ages and i guess i'll fix her again and again XD so much failed casts are in a box too. Poor Nene :´(


Algunas fotos del trabajo en progreso de la cabeza de Nene, he estado arreglando esta cabeza por siglos y creo que la seguiré arreglando de nuevo y de nuevo XD ya hay demasiadas copias fallidas en una caja. Pobre Nene :´(
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fadingforest Featured By Owner Jan 9, 2012  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
I have a question for you. I was looking into making a bjd sometime in the very, very, VERY near future. What did you use to make the actual base for the mold and how did you seal it from the silicon, and how exactly did you mix the resin and give it pigment? Those are the two things I just... can't figure out. Or really find anything about online.

Also, what did you use to hold the place of the eyes in the mold? Just regular eyes? OwO I hope you don't mind me asking all of these questions.
runya-dim Featured By Owner Apr 1, 2012  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
Hi! Sorry for the late late reply! DX
To make the base of the mold i used a clay without sulfur from Alumilite, the synthetic clay:
[link] Products&Name=Synthetic Clay
Since i reuse it a lot i have not tryed another one, but there is a lot of clays around there without sulfur, even some plasticine works i guess, but a small test must be done, you don't want to waste a lot of material.

I use the same clay to close the hole of eyes and neck, use your tool to make sure you don't leave any fissure where it can leak inside, usually i make clay balls to cover the eyes from inside, push and remove exceding clay from outside. Same for neckhole.

About giving pigment, you can mix your colors in another small container, for example i mixed 1 drop of brown+one of red+ 4 of yellow... then in part b or A of resin (it depends what says in the instructive of resin you are using) you put like 3 drops of previous mixing i told you into 2oz, you mix very well and then add the other resin part. You can make little tests to see color matching. And remember always to use protection, a good mask for fumes, gloves and long sleeves.

Hope it helps XD maybe you already made your own experiments, actually doing that is a good way to learn, sometimes in the bad way as i have been doing the past years ^^;
comgenious Featured By Owner Jan 9, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
Simply, amazing!
runya-dim Featured By Owner Apr 1, 2012  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
Thank you!
comgenious Featured By Owner Apr 7, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
Your welcome :)
Haniel-Tochtli Featured By Owner Sep 16, 2011  Student General Artist
oAo oooooooh, vaya si que es un trabajo bastante interesante,
runya-dim Featured By Owner Oct 11, 2011  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
airytsu Featured By Owner Sep 15, 2011
Wow que increible. Nunca me imagine que se pudieran hacer en casa este tipo de muñecas. Claro conociendo la técnica y teniendo mucha habilidad.
Me ha gustado mucho ver el proceso, realmente me has sorprendido tienes mucho talento chica.
Esta hemosa.

Sigue así, también se extrañan tus dibujos y tus historias.

Espero estés mejor de tu mano.
runya-dim Featured By Owner Oct 11, 2011  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
Hola! :D Pues la práctica hace al maestro jaja yo sigo aprendiendo y al principio cambiaba mucho de material u_u. Gracias por los buenos deseos, si, a la mano no le haré caso cuando me anime a dibujar pero por el momento prefiero usarla para esculpir, me conformo viendo historietas mexicanas y dibujos lindos de ustedes.
Cebolleta Featured By Owner Sep 1, 2011
Vaaaaaale, así que modelas la cara y le sacas un molde..... yo dejaba la cabeza maciza con un ganchito en su interior para unirla al cuerpo XD
¿Dónde has aprendido el método correcto?

Sinceramente la veo preciosa tal y como te ha quedado, pero entiendo que nunca llegamos a ver nuestras creaciones del todo conformes, ánimo con tu Nene! n______n
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