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    Wow... it's like watching someone perform magic!! o.O


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    Quote Originally Posted by Artastic View Post
    Holy Crap Kenshiro! He looks amazing! I love watching your progress. It definitely keeps me motivated to work on my own. You are definitely the man! I can't wait to see more!
    Actually mate, when looking at all the progress shots I think to myself, 'Why did I do that for??' (So I guess I'm not all that happy with it lol) But, what I am happy with is the head and face. maybe all that will change when I start on the wings! But thank you very much again for your support and kind words!! And I'm very glad that you enjoy watching the progress shots!

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    Quote Originally Posted by maddmaestro View Post
    I second this... this is so awesome Kenshiro!!!!
    lol thank you my friend rock on dude!
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    Quote Originally Posted by fruitdot View Post
    Wow... it's like watching someone perform magic!! o.O
    lol aw bless you my friend. Although it would be cool if I could just look at the sculpture and use telekenesis or something like that.

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    WOW its taken shape since i thought it was made of fudge!! lolz
    Great work Kenshrio. keep it up

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    Quote Originally Posted by Magebolrim View Post
    WOW its taken shape since i thought it was made of fudge!! lolz
    Great work Kenshrio. keep it up

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    Hey Magebolrim,

    Heh heh.. fudge? That's a new one! Looking back I guess it does look like you could eat it with some ice cream on the side.

    Thanks again buddy!

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    Updated 12.11.08

    Hey guys,

    I haven't had much as much time to work on it lately but thought I'd show you what I have done. I'm half way making the wings at the moment and thought I'd show you how I make them. I really don't know if there is a certain method that sculptors stick to in the process of making wings, but from having made quite a few sets of wings in previous sculpts, I find that this is the best method for me personally. Basically, it works for me!

    Anyway, I hope this helps! And I will of course post more pics as soon as I can.

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    Wow, Awesome progress on the wings man. Wish I'd have seen this before I put mine together. My wings look like Saturday Morning Cartoon Special wings compared to your grand masterpieces here. Thank you so much for the tutorial on making the wings. I will have to apply the armature technique if I ever do wings again. Your sculpy and baking steps though will help me tremendously, as I've just started applying sculpey to my wings. Keep up the awesome work man.
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    Holy hell, Dream-S!

    I want to know how much those wings of yours are weighing in at? I noticed that you'd rigged a pretty dense connection point in the armature for the wings, but I wasn't expecting you to go "full extension" with these. You're really pushing this design in directions that are challenging and - in the end - rewarding.

    You're going to have to knock out a wall or something to make room for this guy. It's that big.

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    Holy crap Kenshiro...those wings are freakin amazing! and huge doesn't even begin to describe it. KU is right demolitions will have to be done to display this guy!!! Awesome work my friend and thanks for the wip shots!

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    Hi Kenny!! I liked so much the burnt technique. It's very useful, I haven't got a heat gun but now I think that it will be important to working in pieces like wings or clothes that move in the wind. I saw how you made the hands and I love the nails, and the scales are great!, I love the progress of your work, it's impressive!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Artastic View Post
    Wow, Awesome progress on the wings man. Wish I'd have seen this before I put mine together. My wings look like Saturday Morning Cartoon Special wings compared to your grand masterpieces here. Thank you so much for the tutorial on making the wings. I will have to apply the armature technique if I ever do wings again. Your sculpy and baking steps though will help me tremendously, as I've just started applying sculpey to my wings. Keep up the awesome work man.
    Hey bro,

    Ah yeah I'm sorry I didn't say anything earlier about how I approach the wings, by the time I made them (which took a while and a lot of mess lol) itw as too late! But, it used to be a trial and error process but not so much anymore. Basically, the more solid it is and the entire armature, the more successful it will be for you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KingUnicorn View Post
    Holy hell, Dream-S!

    I want to know how much those wings of yours are weighing in at? I noticed that you'd rigged a pretty dense connection point in the armature for the wings, but I wasn't expecting you to go "full extension" with these. You're really pushing this design in directions that are challenging and - in the end - rewarding.

    You're going to have to knock out a wall or something to make room for this guy. It's that big.

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    Hey KU mate,

    I have no idea what the weight is just yet, but they are quite weighty at the moment. But, the connection although very small and dense looking is in fact very strong. In fact that reminds me, I will post some picks of how I make connections. Hopefully it will be helpful and useful. And yes, I love challenges yer know? It's what makes it more fun! And yeah man, I need a bigger room! lol Thanks again my friend!
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    Quote Originally Posted by maddmaestro View Post
    Holy crap Kenshiro...those wings are freakin amazing! and huge doesn't even begin to describe it. KU is right demolitions will have to be done to display this guy!!! Awesome work my friend and thanks for the wip shots!

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    Aw, thank you my friend.. The wings are a bit messy looking at the moment, but hopefully you can see the potential? It's gonna be cleaned up afterwards defo!

    And I'm really glad that you're enjoying the wip chots! More to come soon dude.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mariahc View Post
    Hi Kenny!! I liked so much the burnt technique. It's very useful, I haven't got a heat gun but now I think that it will be important to working in pieces like wings or clothes that move in the wind. I saw how you made the hands and I love the nails, and the scales are great!, I love the progress of your work, it's impressive!!
    Hey Mariah, yeah the heat gun is such a handy tool, especially for getting in those areas where it needs fixing with extra clay. I highly recommend it. If you do choose to burn sculpey I'd highly recommend you to do this outside and where goggles and a mask because it goves off really nasty toxic fumes which will make your throat burn and eyes burn!!

    Thank you so much for your kind words again my friend, it means a lot to me and I'm glad I've been able to help you!

    Best wishes!
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