Grekwood Miniatures

Saturday, 26 May 2012

The Female Anatomy.. & Curves!

First of all, welcome to those who have recently decided to follow me, it's much appreciated!

The past couple of days I have been working on improving my female anatomy sculpting. My first sculpts ever were not the most anatomically correct (which is ok, they are zombies), so I wanted my future releases to be more feminine in shape (well, just the females that is!). So below is a quick photo of two females I have been working on. I've tried making them "curvy" in all the right places, so from a distance you can see they are female. What do you think?

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They are a WIP, so they are incomplete, and need to be filed down/smoothed over. I do not plan to sell them, as they are purely for my use and practice.

On a side note; that IS a dino to the right, and that is some weird sci fi guy to the left... he's just weird.

Should I finish the dinosaur and sell him on my site? What do you think of the female sculpts so far?

Cheers :)


  1. The curves seem to work well. Good work so far.

    Dino? Meh... Not particular...Though I am interrested in the weird scifi dude on the left.

    Still have the zombies from you on my painting table.

    1. Cheers :) Yeah not sure about the dino either, it would just be something to fill up the extra space in the mould instead of sculpting something from scratch as I'm hoping to send everything off to the casters by the end of next week :) Ah weird sci-fi dude, there will be 4 of them, all bent in super strange poses to add to the weirdness lol

      Hehe, I can't wait to see them painted :D

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  3. Cheers,gotta get those curve right. Females are quite difficult to sculpt accurately/

  4. I wish I had your talent just to make sculpts look vaguely human, your's are excellent and as women come in all shapes and sizes they look first class to me already.

  5. Thank you for the compliment! It's something I'm really trying to work on. Men are much easier to sculpt, but females seem to have more curves which have to be symmetrical on each side to make them work better. If you sculpt I really recommend ProCreate, it's really easy to work with and to smooth out using clay/colour shapers :)