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    Frankie and the mushie man are fantastic. It would be great to have a few different kinds of mushrooms and toadstools. You have to pick up the paintbrush again and paint them up. Let their story run full circle.

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    I really dig the texture on the cap of the mushroom guy...subtle, yet intricate. How did you model that texture?
    Frankenstein is a cool sculpt...reminds me of some "new school" tattoo styles.

    Keep it coming! I too, would like to see what painting skills you have in that bag 'o' artist mojo; if you can sculpt like that, I'm sure you can paint too.

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    Thanks folks, The texture on the mushroom cap is very simple to do.Using various different sizes of ball tools.You just tap all over the surface at random and it gives a lovely natural finish.It's a great way to texture large surfaces quickly.

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    Troll bust sculpted from Super Sculpey,Apoxie sculpt,Milliput,styrene sheet for the ears and ball bearings for the eyes.The rest is easy to see from the pics.A quick one to get me back into things.
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  5. #225

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    Love your work ADE! How long does it take you to sculpt something this size?

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    Cheers Gorb, this was a really easy piece ,took around 6-7 hours over three days.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ADE70 View Post
    Cheers Gorb, this was a really easy piece ,took around 6-7 hours over three days.
    That's what is so amazing about your work; you move FAST. I'd still be tinkering with the armature after three days

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    My take on an Orc from Lord of the rings.Still needs ears and fine tuning
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    Albino Orc finished.
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    Awesome work, using the metal balls (bearings?) for the eyeballs really work well

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    Cheers Gorb,the ball bearings are perfect for eyes and come in all sizes.It's a lot harder doing them from clay and trying not to lose their shape.

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    Cheers ekipage, Troll bust sculpt number two under way. Super Sculpey over tin foil.
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    Really dig troll bust 1! It looks like it would be a blast to paint!
    Bust #2 is comical with the chin critter...What's the concept/story with it?

    Ball bearing as eyes; what a great tip!

    Keep it coming!

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    What I love about your work is that there are so many angles to it: every different view reveals something else about the sculpture.
    Like DaBeebs says, keep it coming!

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    Cheers gang, nearly finished the Troll,ears sculpted over styrene sheet and horns over copper wire. On holiday for a week but then i'll be back on it. No story on the the Troll chin critter really. Just found a pic on the internet and copied it.
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  17. #237

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    These are amazing! I'd love to see a "group shot" of your creations!

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    Now that is what I call a double chin! Oddly interesting.

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    Troll bust number two finished.
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    Stunning work! One day I want to see the shelf/shelves where you keep all of these.

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