after a weekend of preprepre GD painting madness, some motivation deeps and of course heat as hot as hell I decided to share my first try of sculpting a leather belt with you.
first u need GreenStuff, your sculpting tools, some NIVEA cream, or every other greasy cream, something u can sculpt on, some toothpicks, somethign to roll out the GreenStuff, a knife, a drybrush brush and some superglue.
Now you mix some GS, and put on some NIVEA cream on your sculptingpad, to be sure that the GS will not cling on it after sculpting has finished.
Hint: scratch fast over the GS, and the marks will be very flat
scratch slow over the GS, and the marks will be deeper
Small hint here:
Take your time to let it dry. Do not put it into the oven XD
Cut out your beltparts now. I used the typical form for it.
Take the other part of the belt now, and drill some holes in it. Glue th etwo parts together. But be carefull to put the drilled holes in the right position. U have to be able to add the small stick into the buckle on the right place
cut out two more strips. they will be rolled around the balt, to fix the overlaying part. Unfortunatelly there is no pic of it glued on, but you can see it in the final pic
And here is the result. To get a feeling for the size, I added a 1cent coin next to the belt.
I think its a pretty simple technic with anice result. Hope you like it. :)
Over and Out