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    warlord centaur

    done with super sculpey. 2 weeks.

    this is my first one done for a class project.

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    I dont think he should be able to twist himself that hard....

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    i know!!! ill remember that next time..

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    good work but he really doesn't look like a warlord and his lower half is way to small.

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    You need to get some Testors Dull Cote(TM) on that thing!

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    lol wow, you guys find all the flaws!! ha ha ha. >takes notes<

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    Agree with what was said...but still a great effort for first try. Can't wait to see more from you!

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    This is a great piece. I agree that the scale of the body is too samll for the torso but its nicely done. Cleanly painted. I would like to see a smoother transition at the waist. It looks added. Great work.
    Keep at it.

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    i appreciate it. does anyone have any feedback on super sculpey firm? what's the difference and what's better?

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    Quote Originally Posted by desireeluv View Post
    i appreciate it. does anyone have any feedback on super sculpey firm? what's the difference and what's better?
    It's definitely more firm and it's a joy to work with if you need to make something small or very detailed. However, it is more expensive. I suggest you buy a small block and try it...see if you like it or not.

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