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Cloak and Dagger - Minibust by No-Sign-of-Sanity Cloak and Dagger - Minibust by No-Sign-of-Sanity
Hey guys! Long time no post!

I got the okay to post some pictures of one of the latest projects I worked on and I wanted to share. This is a 2-in-1 mini-bust of Marvel Comics characters Cloak and Dagger done for Bowen Designs. I felt very fortunate to be able to work on this as not only am I a huge fan of the characters, but I was also able to base it on the Cloak and Dagger painting I made a few years ago. So it was just a big nerd dream come true for me. =D

It was also a bit of a logistical nightmare as well just because of all of the stuff crammed into one piece - Two figures (one male, one female, one black, one white) big flowing cloak, bunch of twisted souls within the cloak, and all balanced together on a single base… YIKES! I’m pretty happy with how it all turned out but I was sweating bullets the entire time. :blush:

Hope you guys like it!

1/8th scale mini-bust of Cloak and Dagger to be produced by Bowen Designs, Inc.
“Cloak and Dagger” characters © Marvel comics
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:iconkr-whalen:
KR-Whalen Mar 17, 2014  Professional Traditional Artist
The is ABSOLUTELY gorgeous. I'd buy it in a heartbeat.
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:iconignifero:
ufffff, awesome work!
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:iconsnipergirl4:
TThat is so beautiful ;-;
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:iconipy1984:
ipy1984 Jul 18, 2013  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
wa~~~~~
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:iconjosu-debuxante:
DO U SELL THIS SCULPTURE?
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:iconhighland-princess:
highland-princess Mar 19, 2013  Professional Traditional Artist
Amazing!!
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:iconrushn:
would be nice to provide some sort of guide how u made it!

what materials used, what tools used, what was used to smooth out area, what reference was used, ets.

The sculpt looks bad ass!
would be even more bad ass to explain how it was done!

thanks
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:iconlastgen:
Wow, this one's great. Do you use some kind of armature to shape the cape like that?
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:iconwickedrub:
This is a great Piece of work I can't take my eyes off of it!!
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:iconwickedrub:
This is an Awesome piece of work!!!
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