The art and thoughts of Sabrina Chaney

Goldzilla
For all you gojira and general kaiju enthusiasts out there—and specifically for crimmas, who gave Goldzilla a place to call home!
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Goldzilla
For all you gojira and general kaiju enthusiasts out there—and specifically for crimmas, who gave Goldzilla a place to call home!
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Goldzilla
For all you gojira and general kaiju enthusiasts out there—and specifically for crimmas, who gave Goldzilla a place to call home!
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Goldzilla
For all you gojira and general kaiju enthusiasts out there—and specifically for crimmas, who gave Goldzilla a place to call home!
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Goldzilla

For all you gojira and general kaiju enthusiasts out there—and specifically for crimmas, who gave Goldzilla a place to call home!

Spectacular Girl
It’s my blog’s birthday today; SabrinaStopMo is officially two years old! Today also happens to be Throwback Thursday, so here’s a self-portrait that I created in high school. I drew it without a reference or a mirror because I wanted to draw how I saw myself in my mind’s eye, not how I actually look. The inspiration for it was the song Spectacular Girl by Eels. Although this drawing is several years old now, it’s still one of the artworks that I’m most proud of.To all my followers, thanks for your support over the past two years!

Spectacular Girl

It’s my blog’s birthday today; SabrinaStopMo is officially two years old! Today also happens to be Throwback Thursday, so here’s a self-portrait that I created in high school. I drew it without a reference or a mirror because I wanted to draw how I saw myself in my mind’s eye, not how I actually look. The inspiration for it was the song Spectacular Girl by Eels. Although this drawing is several years old now, it’s still one of the artworks that I’m most proud of.
To all my followers, thanks for your support over the past two years!

The Back Alley - 3-Pan Horizontal Layout
This is where the characters of Menace to Society hang out. Downtown, a little ways from the skyscrapers, there’s a market street where derelicts roam the streets, bums go dumpster diving, and seedy punks loiter…or society would think. Really it’s just a place for night owls to gather and get away from the rest of the world.
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The Back Alley - 3-Pan Horizontal Layout
This is where the characters of Menace to Society hang out. Downtown, a little ways from the skyscrapers, there’s a market street where derelicts roam the streets, bums go dumpster diving, and seedy punks loiter…or society would think. Really it’s just a place for night owls to gather and get away from the rest of the world.
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The Back Alley - 3-Pan Horizontal Layout

This is where the characters of Menace to Society hang out. Downtown, a little ways from the skyscrapers, there’s a market street where derelicts roam the streets, bums go dumpster diving, and seedy punks loiter…or society would think. Really it’s just a place for night owls to gather and get away from the rest of the world.

Animation Layout - Venom Tattoo Parlor
Venom Tattoo is where Max is taking up his apprenticeship as a tattoo artist. Most of the time he manages the front desk and cleans up after appointments.The top image is the cleaned linework, and the bottom was toned in Photoshop. This is the first drawing of a building’s interior that I drew without directly working from a reference.
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Animation Layout - Venom Tattoo Parlor
Venom Tattoo is where Max is taking up his apprenticeship as a tattoo artist. Most of the time he manages the front desk and cleans up after appointments.The top image is the cleaned linework, and the bottom was toned in Photoshop. This is the first drawing of a building’s interior that I drew without directly working from a reference.
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Animation Layout - Venom Tattoo Parlor

Venom Tattoo is where Max is taking up his apprenticeship as a tattoo artist. Most of the time he manages the front desk and cleans up after appointments.
The top image is the cleaned linework, and the bottom was toned in Photoshop. This is the first drawing of a building’s interior that I drew without directly working from a reference.

Max - Finished Maquette
Here’s Max in his fully sculpted glory. The clay still needs to be baked, but I always take photos of a sculpt in its raw clay form in case something goes wrong in the oven. I think he’ll be okay, but prevention is key…I also added a tattoo gun holster to his pants!
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Max - Finished Maquette
Here’s Max in his fully sculpted glory. The clay still needs to be baked, but I always take photos of a sculpt in its raw clay form in case something goes wrong in the oven. I think he’ll be okay, but prevention is key…I also added a tattoo gun holster to his pants!
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Max - Finished Maquette
Here’s Max in his fully sculpted glory. The clay still needs to be baked, but I always take photos of a sculpt in its raw clay form in case something goes wrong in the oven. I think he’ll be okay, but prevention is key…I also added a tattoo gun holster to his pants!
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Max - Finished Maquette
Here’s Max in his fully sculpted glory. The clay still needs to be baked, but I always take photos of a sculpt in its raw clay form in case something goes wrong in the oven. I think he’ll be okay, but prevention is key…I also added a tattoo gun holster to his pants!
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Max - Finished Maquette
Here’s Max in his fully sculpted glory. The clay still needs to be baked, but I always take photos of a sculpt in its raw clay form in case something goes wrong in the oven. I think he’ll be okay, but prevention is key…I also added a tattoo gun holster to his pants!
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Max - Finished Maquette

Here’s Max in his fully sculpted glory. The clay still needs to be baked, but I always take photos of a sculpt in its raw clay form in case something goes wrong in the oven. I think he’ll be okay, but prevention is key…
I also added a tattoo gun holster to his pants!

Max - Maquette Armature
Sculpting time! Here’s the wire armature I’ve made in preparation for sculpting Max. I used his character turnaround to map out how much wire I needed, and how I planned to bulk up the skeleton. I used aluminum wire (useful for its flexibility), aluminum foil, epoxy putty, and some super glue to make the armature. I also used several tools including needle-nose pliers, a wire cutter, a handheld saw (to cut down my piece of plywood for the base), and a drill press (to drill the holes in the base that the wire would fit into).
The next step will be the finished sculpture! See you then!
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Max - Maquette Armature
Sculpting time! Here’s the wire armature I’ve made in preparation for sculpting Max. I used his character turnaround to map out how much wire I needed, and how I planned to bulk up the skeleton. I used aluminum wire (useful for its flexibility), aluminum foil, epoxy putty, and some super glue to make the armature. I also used several tools including needle-nose pliers, a wire cutter, a handheld saw (to cut down my piece of plywood for the base), and a drill press (to drill the holes in the base that the wire would fit into).
The next step will be the finished sculpture! See you then!
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Max - Maquette Armature
Sculpting time! Here’s the wire armature I’ve made in preparation for sculpting Max. I used his character turnaround to map out how much wire I needed, and how I planned to bulk up the skeleton. I used aluminum wire (useful for its flexibility), aluminum foil, epoxy putty, and some super glue to make the armature. I also used several tools including needle-nose pliers, a wire cutter, a handheld saw (to cut down my piece of plywood for the base), and a drill press (to drill the holes in the base that the wire would fit into).
The next step will be the finished sculpture! See you then!
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Max - Maquette Armature
Sculpting time! Here’s the wire armature I’ve made in preparation for sculpting Max. I used his character turnaround to map out how much wire I needed, and how I planned to bulk up the skeleton. I used aluminum wire (useful for its flexibility), aluminum foil, epoxy putty, and some super glue to make the armature. I also used several tools including needle-nose pliers, a wire cutter, a handheld saw (to cut down my piece of plywood for the base), and a drill press (to drill the holes in the base that the wire would fit into).
The next step will be the finished sculpture! See you then!
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Max - Maquette Armature

Sculpting time! Here’s the wire armature I’ve made in preparation for sculpting Max. I used his character turnaround to map out how much wire I needed, and how I planned to bulk up the skeleton. I used aluminum wire (useful for its flexibility), aluminum foil, epoxy putty, and some super glue to make the armature. I also used several tools including needle-nose pliers, a wire cutter, a handheld saw (to cut down my piece of plywood for the base), and a drill press (to drill the holes in the base that the wire would fit into).

The next step will be the finished sculpture! See you then!

Max - Character Model Sheet
Max dropped out of an elite private school in order to pursue his passion for tattoo design. He was a star athlete during his time in school, but pressure from his parents and peers to compete made him decide to leave for good. He met the other characters of Menace to Society in the alleyway by the tattoo parlor where he took up an apprenticeship. He’s holding a very, very simplified version of a tattoo gun in the turnaround. A maquette of Max is coming soon…stay tuned!
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Max - Character Model Sheet
Max dropped out of an elite private school in order to pursue his passion for tattoo design. He was a star athlete during his time in school, but pressure from his parents and peers to compete made him decide to leave for good. He met the other characters of Menace to Society in the alleyway by the tattoo parlor where he took up an apprenticeship. He’s holding a very, very simplified version of a tattoo gun in the turnaround. A maquette of Max is coming soon…stay tuned!
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Max - Character Model Sheet
Max dropped out of an elite private school in order to pursue his passion for tattoo design. He was a star athlete during his time in school, but pressure from his parents and peers to compete made him decide to leave for good. He met the other characters of Menace to Society in the alleyway by the tattoo parlor where he took up an apprenticeship. He’s holding a very, very simplified version of a tattoo gun in the turnaround. A maquette of Max is coming soon…stay tuned!
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Max - Character Model Sheet

Max dropped out of an elite private school in order to pursue his passion for tattoo design. He was a star athlete during his time in school, but pressure from his parents and peers to compete made him decide to leave for good. He met the other characters of Menace to Society in the alleyway by the tattoo parlor where he took up an apprenticeship. He’s holding a very, very simplified version of a tattoo gun in the turnaround. A maquette of Max is coming soon…stay tuned!

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