Pretty much done, until i can mold it, ghoul. I have to fill the cracks with something, I'm thinking epoxy so that it will seep under and bond the sculpty to the skull but still leave the indent of the crack. Then i have to safely store it until i can get RTV. It looks better up close. I kind of like the burn damage and that'll come through in the casting too. I have a bit more sculpty to use on projects then it's on to oil based clay. It sure won't win any awards but for a first try i think i did okay. I learned a lot that's for sure.
I actually have some 2 part liquid latex that is skin tone but i don't think it's enough to rotocast inside a mold or paint onto this this thing. Otherwise it would be kind of neat that way too. I'm not sure if i'll have this one painted as a glowing one or normal ghoul. i do think he'll look neat impaled on a spike though.