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    Art: Haha. Drop one thread down and here's another...

    Haha. Drop one thread down and here's another example of your work.

    I'm a fan of process, so WiPs thoroughly excite me. I love peering into the projects others are working on seeing the decisions...
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    Art: Of course these have a wonderful design and your...

    Of course these have a wonderful design and your style is clearly consistent throughout, but what I most enjoyed was the contrast of these sort of happy, magical creations against the backdrop of a...
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    Art: I wish more people would bring Hollywood-style...

    I wish more people would bring Hollywood-style set design into their living spaces (and given your professional talents in the field, I'm certain you'd feel the same way for the payday it would...
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    Art: Both of these characters have a wonderful sense...

    Both of these characters have a wonderful sense of personality and your detailing is as rich as the paintwork on the second figure. All the details and design decisions feel like something out of an...
  5. Art: Ah, yes. Great to see another fantasy creature...

    Ah, yes. Great to see another fantasy creature from the mind of Rick Fernandes pop up on here.

    I'm a sucker for texture. And the combination of lines in the skin and veins coiled just beneath the...
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    Art: I see three giants like this and my mind...

    I see three giants like this and my mind immediately flies to The Hobbit, when Bilbo and the Dwarves had to keep the giants fighting between themselves until dawn. I noticed that they were included...
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    Art: Hey, Oil. Have you seen these: Cyberpunk...

    Hey, Oil.

    Have you seen these: Cyberpunk Carnival Masks? I think they help to better illustrate my recommendations to push the design. Even if you use a core that's not scratch-built, covering it...
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    Art: I almost missed this thread. So many great works...

    I almost missed this thread. So many great works are being shared in the sculpture section and I find that I often miss some new contributions.

    I'm pleased we've got another mecha specialist in...
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    Art: I almost missed this thread. So many great works...

    I almost missed this thread. So many great works being shared in here and I find that I miss some new contributions.

    I'm pleased we've got another mecha specialist in this section of the site....
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    Art: I don't think I commented on the fanged wonder...

    I don't think I commented on the fanged wonder you've posted here. Or even the large-scale alien. Both are perfect additions to your family of horrors. Certainly your concepts are always exciting,...
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    Art: It's great to see that you're considering taking...

    It's great to see that you're considering taking on some more masks in this vein. You do have a sense for the diesel-punk/cyberpunk style. And, as I said earlier, putting the punk back into those...
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    Art: There's something about your work that's always...

    There's something about your work that's always grand. Grand details at grand sizes. You have a real talent for breathing a sort of epic feel into your work, and this alien bust is another fine...
  13. Art: What's great about this piece is the balance...

    What's great about this piece is the balance you've achieved with it. It's captured the fun-fantasy style you've explored in some earlier pieces, but also has a certain realism in the underlying...
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    Art: The great thing about clay is that's it's...

    The great thing about clay is that's it's forgiving in many ways. If something doesn't look right, you can always erase what you've done before and start over.

    As others have pointed out, symmetry...
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    Art: I miss your old site. You had such a delicate...

    I miss your old site. You had such a delicate collection of creatures to explore. And where some had a raw and ready presence, others were as polished and haunting as crystal hearts.

    Certainly...
  16. Art: B-Splat: I have so many projects on the workbench...

    B-Splat: I have so many projects on the workbench right now, I'm thoroughly a prisoner of my own work. Halloween props, art dolls, masks, some alien curios - I've got pies of every sort and my...
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    Art: D-Power, I love where your head's at. The world...

    D-Power, I love where your head's at. The world always needs more horrortech-inspired pieces. And your suggestion of a damaged android cheers the biomechanical soul.

    I've been using Dragon Skin...
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    Art: First off, cheers for putting the "low-life" back...

    First off, cheers for putting the "low-life" back into the "high-tech, low-life" aesthetic of cyberpunk. I've been seeing a lot of work passing itself off as cyberpunk that seems to have forgotten...
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    Art: I can hear someone in the distance screeching,...

    I can hear someone in the distance screeching, "Don't look into her eye!"

    This is another rich example of your skill, Evan. I notice I always take a moment to prepare myself before stumbling in...
  20. Art: The Reeves Superman is really making a comeback...

    The Reeves Superman is really making a comeback on a number of forums. And you should be pleased with the results you've achieved with this. Certainly likenesses are tricky to capture, so I rate the...
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    Art: I'm always impressed by projects that tackle a...

    I'm always impressed by projects that tackle a lot of scale-work. Dragons, dinosaurs, sea creatures of all shapes and sizes - the attention to detail is always so important to create a believable,...
  22. Art: I'm just breathing in all the skin texture in...

    I'm just breathing in all the skin texture in this. Love the shifts from primary to secondary texture and even the tertiary marks as the texture tightens around the eyes.

    Between the expression...
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    I'm really torn. I don't know if I prefer your first take or the second. There's something about the nose in the first one that feels more spot on, but the angles in the face seem stronger in the...
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    Checking out the date of my last post, it seems like I need to clear some cobwebs out of this thread. And there's no better way to do that than to drop a little zombie love on the forum.

    This is...
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    Greetings, ye mystic krewe of the insatiable...

    Greetings, ye mystic krewe of the insatiable bovine.

    Sorry for the extended absence, but I don't crawl out of the studio for air anymore these days. Not with Halloween on the horizon and 15 days...
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