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That's a fantastic horse as well! Most people get those so wrong. Their anatomy can be tricky. Congrats on the win with the Kudu as well!
Fantastic work! The pirate and the last one are really drawing me in. Wicked work!
The lighter muscle structure is rather nice. The nose is a bit large I believe but otherwise it looks pretty good. :)
Fantastic textures! Well done!
I have some coming. I have not worked with a sculpting wax before and have been using an oil based clay. I am rather excited at the potential and will report back.
It is unfortunate at how...
The Healer is awesome! So many things to look at and a lot of contrast! Very very nice. The feet really draw me in and those hands. Well done!
I love the last one too! The finishwork is very...
That is a HUGE improvement! Make sure your angles (bends) are crisp and your wires are straight. It doesn't take much to throw everything off but you are on the right track! I hope you do well! ...
Very nice work!! I'm glad you posted them. It's much easier to lurk sometimes.
Wow!! Those are stunning! The scarring on the last one blew my mind! O.O
That's super creepy... in a very well done kind of way! Bravo!
Very nice! Keep up the great work.
That's really cool! You captured the expression well!
Very well done! I love the attention to detail and gesture.
That hair just boggles my mind! Well done!
That is so cool! What a long way you have come. Hard work gets you so much! Well done!!
I would recommend either of the armature systems. The main boon of these is that there are bends where the joints are. This is SUPER helpful to the process. The second link is actually from Lynn...
Oh wow MAB! Very nice work as always!
Aww! Super cute!
I love the scaling and the face! Very nice. I look forward to seeing the progression. :D
Fantastic work!!! You have a heck of a lot of talent!! Bravo and welcome!
Very cool! I love the feel of your environments. Well done!
I just love how the tenticles that touch the baseboard have that lovely slimey random feel. It really adds to it and I can't quite explain. Keep it up!!
Oooh! Very cool, Well done!
When you build from the skeleton out you get a much more realistic form and movement.
Here are some of my pieces in progress to show you what I mean: