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    Art: I'm still not a fan of your grainy painting...

    I'm still not a fan of your grainy painting style... :P It resembles what I do (thick filler-primer speckle) when I'm trying to hide/disguise something that isn't very good...

    ... But the...
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    IMHO a 1 year generic (LEA run) Art and Design...

    IMHO a 1 year generic (LEA run) Art and Design Foundation course is a no brainer.

    If you're under 19 your LEA pays for it, it will sort your head out, you'll make cool things, meet cool people and...
  3. Art: Depending on who you listen to: WED is a mixture...

    Depending on who you listen to: WED is a mixture of clay dust and either mineral oil, or glycerine.

    Glycerine is not carcinogenic.
    Mineral oil (aka: Baby oil) is used in cosmetics... but it is...
  4. Can't believe how long it's been since I last did...

    Can't believe how long it's been since I last did one of these (again)... :)

    http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v403/DuneFishUK/dsg1659_zpsd1f67acb.jpg

    And what the hell have I just drawn?...
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    Sticky: CA's SEO is so awesome my posts here now outrank...

    CA's SEO is so awesome my posts here now outrank my portfolio site... I need something a little less conspicuous, off the grid, under the radar...

    MikeMakesMonkeys

    Would be awesome, thanks in...
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    Art: Wonderful work! Looking forward to seeing one...

    Wonderful work!

    Looking forward to seeing one of him painted :)
  7. Art: Laser cutting/engraving. Either get a load and...

    Laser cutting/engraving. Either get a load and spray them, or just a few and cast them up.

    :)
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    Art: Er.... nice? :) If he's rotting, maybe...

    Er.... nice?

    :)

    If he's rotting, maybe darken the blood down a bit, and get it right into all the crevasses in the flesh.
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    Art: It depends entirely on what you're doing. How...

    It depends entirely on what you're doing. How easily it demoulds, what resin you use (if you use resin at all), not only will some resins degrade the mould, but others need different (more expensive)...
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    NSFW Don't knock the artist/artisan divide, some of us...

    Don't knock the artist/artisan divide, some of us have to make a living! :P :)

    Although this particularly body of work looks significantly more fun to make compared to dropping bits of old cutlery...
  11. I loot IKEA on a semi-regular basis, manage loose...

    I loot IKEA on a semi-regular basis, manage loose all the little pencils within a couple of weeks, then gradually find them again over the course of the next few months.

    But I only really use them...
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    Art: Fantastic - clicked on some related images and...

    Fantastic - clicked on some related images and stumbled across a Flickr treasure trove :)

    Finally some less fish-centric pics :P

    http://farm8.staticflickr.com/7017/6744171595_f546a5392a_b.jpg...
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    Art: Ta! :) Someone sent me a link to quite a cool...

    Ta! :)

    Someone sent me a link to quite a cool one:

    http://farm7.static.flickr.com/6125/5961226181_dab9a9663a_b.jpg
    Source: http://www.flickr.com/photos/alancookson/5961226181/
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    Art: The hooded face thing? Is he full-size? It...

    The hooded face thing? Is he full-size?

    It depends on what you want to achieve... but your best bet might be to make a simple plaster mould and cast a layer of latex into it, then back it up with...
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    I'm a massive fan of anything by Adam Curtis. ...

    I'm a massive fan of anything by Adam Curtis.

    The Power of Nightmares is a great starting point, but there's plenty more. :)

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    Helvetica wasn't boring! :P
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    I went to the V&A last week... I still don't know...

    I went to the V&A last week... I still don't know how to describe it. One moment you're looking at Turner paintings, the next you're in a room full of Chinese china, then you've got Raphael, some...
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    Art: Stick two bits of wire in a drill and twist them...

    Stick two bits of wire in a drill and twist them together to make extra-strong wire (you might be surprised how strong). Or you teacher might be right. Weld up an F shaped support frame of some sort...
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    Art: The creatures are great, but the full size head...

    The creatures are great, but the full size head study is really great :)
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    Art: Fantastic animals! The squirrel especially - even...

    Fantastic animals! The squirrel especially - even the armature alone oozes "SQUIRREL" :)
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    Fair play then - it'll be fun anyway :) London's...

    Fair play then - it'll be fun anyway :) London's a great city to visit (going back down there myself for a couple of days off later this week actually :) )

    All the big museums are massive - you...
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    Whitehall is the road that connects Big...

    Whitehall is the road that connects Big Ben/Parliament with Trafalgar Square (site of the National Gallery). Halfway down is Downing Street (nothing to see) and Horse Guard's Parade (Changing of the...
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    Art: If you can afford it get one of these:...

    If you can afford it get one of these: http://www.amazon.com/Makita-BHP452HW-18-Volt-Cordless-Percussion-Driver/dp/B001ASC6UI/ref=pd_cp_hi_1 - awesome bit of kit, will do pretty much anything you...
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    Art: Get yourself a cordless (ie: battery powered)...

    Get yourself a cordless (ie: battery powered) drill-driver - it's one of the most useful tools you can get. It will both drill and screw (and other useful things).

    If you're not using it much you...
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    Art: Sorry - should have worded it differently. You...

    Sorry - should have worded it differently. You are of course correct, a good CNC is of course capable of resolution down to the 0.1mm range. But you're not going to get anywhere near that in any sort...
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    Art: There is no simple or cheap way. You mention 3d...

    There is no simple or cheap way. You mention 3d Scanning - that would work: scan it (there is free 3d scanning software available) but then you'd need to tweak the mesh, and clean it up. Then pay to...
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