Stubbs the Zombie

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About: I have been working on my art for many years and it takes up a considerable part of my time. I enjoy looking at art in it's many forms and have much admiration for other people's work. I think any creation i...

Intro: Stubbs the Zombie

This character is based on a video game by Aspyr Video Games. First I start with a bit of Sculpy polymer clay. Great stuff to create with. In this case I used black so I would notr have to do a shading undercoat for final product.

Step 1:

I begin to shape the face; making eye holes where the eyes will go.

Step 2:

Shaping of the mouth and nose. Very basic stuff here...

Step 3:

Added the Hat; still shaping...

Step 4:

More shaping. The hat needed to be enlarged a bit.

Step 5:

Side shot.

Step 6:

Time to insert eyeballs...

Step 7:

Sideshot...

Step 8:

Added neck, shoulders and ears. More facial definition.

Step 9:

View from above.

Step 10:

Side view... still more shaping.

Step 11:

Added cigarette and pupils to mix... and still more definition. Held over lamp to illuminate.

Step 12:

Side view...

Step 13:

Adding Hair, shaping hat and face... still defining features...

Step 14:

Side...

Step 15:

Adding shirt collar, coat and details... more details...

Step 16:

Finished collar... added frayed coat sleeves... 

Step 17:

Cigarette was baked to prevent it from bending. The end coincidentally charred a bit.

Step 18:

Sideview...

Step 19:

First paint. A bit hokey; need to add shadows.

Step 20:

Getting there now... just a few more details...

Step 21:

Final glaze comming up... just had to add some fresh kill blood on this one...

Step 22:

Here we go; mkin im' shiney.

Step 23:

Voila... Zombie on a platter.

Step 24:

Unnnng... *cat calls*

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    6 Discussions

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    poofrabbit

    6 years ago on Introduction

    Great instructable! I love the bits of red on the collar like he just ate someones arm. Nice job, can't wait to see what you come up with next!

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    JDMac174l8nite

    Reply 6 years ago on Introduction

    Thanks! Looking through your work. Amazing collection you have. You look like quite a chef.

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    l8niteJDMac174

    Reply 6 years ago on Introduction

    LOL..thank you but far from a Chef, I just like to eat and have had some success in the kitchen feeding my tribe. I just look at food as another medium to experiment with

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    l8niteJDMac174

    Reply 6 years ago on Introduction

    Thank you ! lol, I do like meatloaf sandwichs! All of my posted food ibles are meant as guides though not as recipes, adding or deleting ingredients to make something work for you and yours or to fit what you have on hand is how you become comfortable in the kitchen and have friends begging you to bring taco salad or macNcheese or tater salad etc to a party