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Please find here "The Blind Death", my very personal vision of the death. A piece I have been working on for about 2 years.
This is probably my best piece to date. I hope you'll enjoy her.
The Blind Death by The-Small

The Blind Death without base by The-Small
I'm very proud to show you a project that was in my mind for about 3 years and finally concretised.
"Autumn"AUTUMN by The-Small
Today is an awesome day for me, I have the pleasure to announce the launch of a KS Campaign for Volume 2 of this great series of books showcasing the art of creature and character design by Sandy Collora. It will feature at lot of amazing sculptors like Sandy Collora, Jordu Schell, Tony Cipriano, Mark Newman, Brandon Shifflett and many others.
I have to say I am very proud and extremely happy to have been asked to be a part of it.
Please share and pledge if interested.
www.kickstarter.com/projects/2…
  • Mood: Euphoric
I am very happy today because

Yes today is the day of the release of Clio and Erato as a resin kit.

Available now! only 150 copies + 20 collector (with 1 original drawing) copies
Clio and Erato: 35 euros
Clio and erato Collector with one original drawing: 60 euros
To order: www.blacksmith-miniatures.com

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The-Small
Patrick MASSON
Artist | Professional | Traditional Art
France
My name is Patrick MASSON aka "The Small" and I am a free-lance sculptor making small figurines and maquettes for many different Companies and Games as Dark Age, CoolMiniOrNot, Kabuki Models, Fenryll or L'Alambic miniatures and since 2011 for my own company Artik Toys.
I am also doing art sculptures and commission works from 20mm up to life size.
Don't hesitate to contact me for any of your projects at artiktoys@gmail.com
Hope you will enjoy my gallery.

Current Residence: Urimenil (France)
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lavotham Featured By Owner Dec 30, 2015  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Hi Patrick, may I ask, do you use fimo grey out of the pack, or do you use a mix (like JAG)?
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The-Small Featured By Owner Dec 30, 2015  Professional Traditional Artist
Hi, I'm mixing classic champagne with soft dolphin grey and a bit of classic black to have a darker grey
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lavotham Featured By Owner Dec 30, 2015  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Thank you :)
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lavotham Featured By Owner Aug 14, 2015  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Your work is an inspiration!
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The-Small Featured By Owner Aug 16, 2015  Professional Traditional Artist
thank you very much, glad it is !
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Itsmil Featured By Owner May 30, 2015  Student Digital Artist
You're mad, I love your works ! +watch !! :)
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The-Small Featured By Owner May 31, 2015  Professional Traditional Artist
thank you very much, really glad you like my work
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Itsmil Featured By Owner May 31, 2015  Student Digital Artist
;)
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maiwand85 Featured By Owner May 21, 2015  Professional Digital Artist
Amazing stuff!  I have recently started using Super Sculpey and i wanted to ask you how you deal with applying second and subsequent layers after curing the first. I noticed that the sculpey has a hard time sticking on the surface, and tends to move around when you try to sculpt on it. Green stuff on the other hand is pretty sticky when it sticks to a surface. Just wondering how you deal with this. Thanks

P.s  Your Dark Age miniatures are top notch!!!   
AR
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The-Small Featured By Owner May 30, 2015  Professional Traditional Artist
Don't do a lot of baking, trying to wait the final step before baking so adding fresh sculpey is easy.
To help sticking sculpey on cured one you can put a very thin layer of vaseline on the cured part.

I'm using green stuff as a first layer on the armature before the first layer of sculpey, it helps the sculpey to stick and avoid the move around

Hope it helps,
Thank you,
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