Wednesday, August 09, 2006

Jabba the Hutt - Sculpture

I posted some close-ups of this sculpture back on March 30th, I found this pic today showing the whole model. The background pic of the palace was a Ralph McQuarrie painting from the Return of the Jedi portfolio. The rocks were made of 'Das Pronto' and the sand was made from 'Horlicks' powder, a malt drink here in the UK. For info on what I made Jabba from please check my March post in the archives.

10 comments:

mamú said...

Cool pin-up! Even 'tough that is a seldomly seen kind expression in old Jabbas' face :)
I always loved this scenic Tatooine.
Model looks great.
You appearto be quite an allrounder!

Armand Serrano said...

Fantastic work, Andrew! Love the drool, too.

Tidyfiguremaker said...

Love it, nice composition of model, scenery and background, looks great. Shame you don't do more sculpting.

Machinistscott said...

Beautiful, grotesquely beautiful.

Goobeetsablog said...

gret jabba.
nice setup and photo as well

the toxic monster is too cool!

-brian

Chuang Shyue Chou said...

Do you do non-SF/Fantasy topics?

Andrew Glazebrook said...

Do you mean sculpting or art in general ?

Ryan said...

This is awesome! Jabba is the best.

Andrew Glazebrook said...

You mean the Jabba from 'Return of the Jedi' is the best,not the crap CG one from the Special Edition of 'Star Wars' :)

Teemu Jäppinen said...

Great detail!