Attractive bluckie, and the camera loves her. But boney is out of vogue and sunbathing isn't improving her pallor. Need some meat on those bones.
No real secret, first I gave blucky a couple of coats of paper mache, using a mixture of carpenters glue and water (about 50/50) then when that was dry I painted the blucky in a cream paint, then gave it a coat of minwax jacobean wood stain. once that was drying, just added a little more stain to the crevices of the rib cage etc.One of the best aging jobs I've seen on a Blucky. What's your secret?
If you look at a lower arm of a blucky, you should be able to make out the radius and ulna, which of course has plastic in between. Basically I cut out this excess, then wrapped masking tape around both the ulna and radius. I then gave the arm a few coats of paper mache, using tissue paper to cover the tape marks.Could you tell us a bit more about how you seperated the radial and ulna in the arm and the tibia and fibula in the leg? I understand you cut them, but how did you resecure them?