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    Default Wood grain on smooth surfaces -article

    ..is now approved, and can be viewed here Woodgrain Article

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    Nice one! The Duke look cool too.


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    thanks Vikey, I might even finish him, seeing as how he\'s s\'posed to be a birthday present for my Dad....
    .......last October! :rolleyes: :D

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    I was thinking.. \"That John Wayne would be a cool present for my Dad\"

    You were thinking that too!

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    you\'re welcome

    @S/vike: he\'s an Andrea mini in case you were wondering ;)

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    Man I wish I had seen that about 3 days ago. I just finished doing my GD entry and Im not happy with the result (doubly now Ive seen your tute)

    Oh well back to the drawing board. Thanks Mick

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    Git off yer horse an\' drink yer milk.
    Voter-ed :)

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    thankee kindly sir *tips hat* :D

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    Mick, we used to make an annual pilgramage to the Cowboy Hall of Fame Museum. I\'ve seen John Wayne\'s rifle. You\'ve done the Duke good.


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    Thanks, I managed to get a few good reference pics off the internet so I new the guard was bigger than standard
    it was a bit fiddly, tried several different methods, sculpting, plasti-card, but settled on a piece of flattened out wire in the end

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    Just tried this technique using ur tute mickc22 -

    what do u think?


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    ooh goody I get to use my card


    my sincere apologies Rev,:redface:
    looks good

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    Does anyone else see the irony here?

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    Originally posted by Gilvan Blight
    Does anyone else see the irony here?
    hell yeah

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    What makes me laugh most is not the fact Mick just powned that guy, but the fact that he\'s probably had that card for years and this is the only/ first tiime he\'ll use it !! lol

    Just joking, it was pretty funny though.

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    lollollollollollol

    Nice article tho - I hadn\'t read it before and was just thinking about a possible project that would involve lots of wooden surfaces, so thanks, I guess! :D

    Edit: So, is he finished yet? :P

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    see I knew someone hadn\'t read it yet :D


    er.....
    that\'ll be a no............
    :redface::rolleyes:

    lol

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    Originally posted by mickc22
    see I knew someone hadn\'t read it yet :D


    er.....
    that\'ll be a no............
    :redface::rolleyes:

    lol
    I\'m glad it\'s not just me who can measure the rate of painting of a mini in years! :D

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    Ithink that the Irony is that the guy got \"pwnd\" by mick when he was asking Mick\'s opinion of his work having followed the tutorial. :rolleyes:


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