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    Ralph- Silicone prosthetic

    Hey,

    havent posted anything in a very long time. but here is a new project im working on. this is a silicone make-up that will be applied to the actor in all one piece. it was sculpted in Chavant NSP Medium. the final outcome is Platsil Gel10.

    he still needs hair work, and then to be applied to the actor.
    also a video of the hands test- http://youtube.com/watch?v=opMCROXV-BI

    thanks for looking,
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    Woah!!! Awsome... How durable is the mast, you must be really careful when putting it on an actor right? Did you use an airbrush for the skintone?
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    omg really cool, are you applying the hair or you have people doing that on your studio?
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    Thanks for posting

    Great work!!!
    Love seeing the sculpture in a flat color.
    It really shows the level of quality.
    Hope to see more.
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    Amazing work. I am astonished by the level of detail. If there isnt some sort of embargo, I would love to see before and after pictures of the prosthetics applied to the actor.
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    awesome work!
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    The texturing is amazing also. Did you heat the clay and apply a stamp or pattern or did you add all the pores and lines by hand?
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    Impressive! I especially like the hands.
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    FANTASTIC, the textures are so real. How did you realize it?

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    Hi there!
    I am just some guy new here,
    and I am very impressed by your work!

    Would you mind telling me what kind of material you are using?(in fact, where can buy material that is similar to your great work)

    Because I am working on a real size model....
    And I really really want that type of material(which should be able to help my creation be more similar to human..I need it to hide the ball joints...)...

    Thank you for you attention.

    Opps..I forgot to say,if it is related to your business,please, tell me in secert...or just let me know...
    Thanks a lot!
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    I 'd like to say more than this is fantastic!! but that's all that comes out wonderful work
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