This is a huge leap ahead in my sculpt, parts of the legs and torso actually look close to finished.
I still need to get the gun attached and finish the arms but once I got detailing I couldn't stop...
I cut away a lot of the excess sculpey from the base partly because I needed some more and so that I could have a complimentary shape on the ground instead of just an entirely covered platform. I will paint the sculpey grey and maybe paint the base black just for some contrast. It will be easier to remove the black part of the base in Photoshop when I go to paint it digitally, leaving me with a nice little platform for my guy to stand on.
I had a lot of fun with the back but some of the details got covered up by the cape, which I am still not 100% on. I think I will fix it up and bake it anyways but it will be flimsy enough to remove if I really don't like it.
Other than the arms, everything just needs a touch up before I bake it. After that I should be able to sand anything thats a little rough and triple check everything before I paint.
I found a small screw that I shoved into the visor where I originally had just a round peice of sculpey, I want it to seem like a HUD of some kind and I think the screw will work out in the end better than if I were trying to get detail on a little chunk of sculpey. Hopefully I don't ever realize I needed that screw for something...
I found the little red plastic tube that goes on the end of WD40 cans or compressed air cans and used it to make rivets which I love. As soon as I added some of these in key places the whole sculpt took on a whole new level of realism, I might try to fit them in somewhere else on the armour but I also don't want to over do it.