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    @abbadon76 Nice pose mate reminds me of a Predator. Next Month you need to sculpt Arnie

    @moonmin Looking forward to see what you have in store for us next month old boy

    Just a quick update, been working loads so not as much time to sculpt but here is where I am at so far.
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    Goblinho that's a very nice job so far with lots of action to the pose and great story telling !
    Any hint's on next months subject moonmini ?
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    ..And now you need to sculpt a furry Micheal J Fox getting bodychecked!
    Great work Mr. Goblinho!

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    Goblinho: looking very good! Very imaginative :-)

    No hints as to Novembers topic, you'll have to wait!
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    So I did actually put something together for this month, but it didn't turn out so well. So I may wait until next month before I put pics of anything up
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    Quote Originally Posted by moonmin82 View Post
    No hints as to Novembers topic, you'll have to wait!
    I knew it! It'sa wolpertinger!!!

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    @Goblinho: thanks, hope to find out next month subject is mercenaries, Arnie would fit perfectly there! Concerning your werewolf, I simply love the basketball theme (being a former basketball player myself)! And the pose is great, it really conveys the sense of motion!
    I look forward to November topic...
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    For anybody wishing to plan ahead, Novembers sculptalong can be found...

    ...here: http://www.coolminiornot.com/forums/...325#post710325
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    Wow.
    Just find out next month's topic, pretty challenging but EXTREMELY interesting.
    As far as October goes, here's my final post for the Halloween theme: demon creature in all its glory!!!
    I swear, I've tried hard to create something decent for its back, but the thong-style was definitely too good to be covered up ;-)
    Still a few things to fix (like the "hole" in the musculature above its right knee), but I would say it is 99,9% complete.
    Enjoy! C&C welcome as usual.
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    Abaddon that is pretty Bad-Ass! Loving the sword and everything else!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Demihuman View Post
    Abaddon that is pretty Bad-Ass! Loving the sword and everything else!
    Thanks Demihuman!!
    Hell, it has to be a bad-ass, it is meant to play the role of a demon prince in my Chaos army!!!! ;-)
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    Some more progress...

    I have done a bit more work since taking the picture. It's just really the hair remaining now. I can imagine the next photo will be of the (more or less) finished piece. I may eventually turn this head into a full figure or perhaps a bust.
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    Well the end of the month is here. I haven't had as much time to work is this as I would have liked but here are some photos of my ghost so far.Name:  Ghost 4.jpg
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    I'm quite pleased with it over all for a first try at sculpting. I think the biggest problem I have had is not getting the surfaces smoothed out.
    I have enjoyed giving it a go and time permitting I'll be having a go at next months as well. Maybe try something a bit more challenging.

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    Quote Originally Posted by boardandy View Post
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    I'm quite pleased with it over all for a first try at sculpting. I think the biggest problem I have had is not getting the surfaces smoothed out.
    I have enjoyed giving it a go and time permitting I'll be having a go at next months as well. Maybe try something a bit more challenging.

    Nice try Boarbandy!!!
    Not bad at all...
    Concerning smoothing of GS: I've been around a little bit longer than you have, and what has worked best for me so far are silicone-tipped brushes.
    You can find them in any Art Supply store with a decent catalogue, or on Ebay. Search string "clay shapers". For 28mm scale miniatures, I suggest Size no. 0 or Size no. 1.
    They're not extremely expensive and, trust me, you will not believe your eyes at the final result. GS will seem to SHINE (really)!.

    You can buy the 5-pieces pack for less than 20 dollars, and you get the three must-have of the series: the round-tipped one, the chisel one and the flat one.
    Colour of the tip will tell its hardness: the black ones (firm) work very well if you have to create deep grooves, while grey-tipped ones are softer.

    Hope to see some of your works in November!

    Cheers
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    The end of the month is here so here is an update of my progress:

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    There is finishing off to be done... mainly the cheeks and hair. This will be finished so I will certainly be returning to the thread to share the final photos.
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    I am nowhere near finished! I'd take a photo to show where I'm at now but it's too dark to get a decent picture so I'll have to wait until tomorrow, otherwise it'll just a be a picture of a green blobby shadow.

    BTW, good work Andy, it's a simple piece but looking at the side-on photo you've given your Halloween ghost some motion, he's walking not just static.
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    Finished! Better late than never...

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